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So I got myself a Reflecta RPS 10M and made a comparison with my now old Epson V350. I scanned a color negativ, a cross processed and a black & white image, uploaded them as jpg. For converting the color negativ to a positive I used the PS plug-in "ColorPerfect" with the settings it suggested but without film-presets. Converting the cross processd and ...
The V350 was replaced by the V300 photo scanner. I use a V700 which can scan optically to 6400 dpi and has a dynamic range (Dmax) of 4.0. Your scanner has a dynamic range of 3.2 and an optical resolution of 4800 dpi. Some photos may need a Dmax of 3.4 and occasionally some transparencies will approach a Dmax of 4.0. It is likely that C41 negative film will ...
Ask your boss/manager at work if you can use the Xerox scanner after work. It is the right tool for the job. If you have some money pool at work for coffee or the Christmas staff party for example, make a generous donation to that. Or ask if you can provide some other form of compensation.
I've used the US$89 Pro version of VueScan with my Epson Perfection flatbed scanner to scan multipage documents one side at a time (without a document feeder) and output the results as a multipage pdf file. This software supports an extensive list of scanners.
I've successfully scanned batches of postcards, photos, and even entire thick old photo album pages with a 600dpi Canon P-208ii document scanner. It scans both sides at once, outputs to a range of formats including JPG and PDF, can do automatic image corrections and alignment on the fly, and works pretty fast. Pricewise, it's currently available from online ...
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