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    Love the idea of a portable scanner!!
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    This is the scanner I have...I love it. Have never used it for negatives though as my older desktop scanner had an awesome negative scanning feature so I pull that big monster out if I want to scan negatives

    http://www.amazon.com/Kodak-P811BK-P...rtable+scanner


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    The most recent episode of The Digi Show had a lady on talking about scanning & digitizing. She had a lot of good information.



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    Thanks for this thread!! After reading - I looked around on Amazon and I decided on this portable scanner since it took up to 5 x 7 photos. I paid $42.88 for the scanner on Amazon Prime, so no shipping and it arrived in 2 days.

    Works wonderfully. I have a Mac, so I have no use for the included Kodak Easy Share software (that works on PC only). I scanned some photos and rather than hooking it into my computer via the included USB cable, I merely removed the adapter card and plugged that into the slot on my Mac.. and bingo! Photos! Very nice scans. I used the default 600 resolution. You can change that to 300.

    Very happy! Now I can grab those old photos and go to town! I love not having to raise the lid and do other selections. Thanks again. Great.. no AWESOME thread!!



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    I have a flatbed scanner I use and have been happy with that. I love the results of your photo restoration!

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