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Photo scanner recommendations?
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Posted 11 February 2019 - 05:21 PM
I have literally hundreds of photos that I would like to drop onto a stick/SD card.
Can any recommend a scanner that you can feed the photo in? Under $200 is my budget.
I dont want a flat bed one as I really dont want to have to do the 'lid up/lid down' thing that many times.
I was looking at document scanners and was wondering do they do the same thing?
I can see some that have OCR software, so Im thinking they dont 'do' photos
Posted 11 February 2019 - 10:29 PM
Not what you are asking, but have you googled your local camera store? One near us lets you drop a shoe box full off, I have attached the link so you can get an idea of pricing.
That might save you time and effort?
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