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    scaning large and medium format images

    I would like to get some recommendations for scanning medium and large format transparencies and some negatives.
    I mean commercial labs who do a great job without costing a fortune.

    Thanks in advance Luis

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    Preston Birdwell
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    Re: scaning large and medium format images

    Luis,

    It would help us to help you better if you'd give more info...

    Where are you located?
    What do you plan to do with the scans?
    If making prints, what size prints you plan make from the scans?
    Color and/or B&W?

    Once we have this info from you, we can make recommendations that may suit your needs.

    _Preston
    Preston-Columbia CA

    "If you want nice fresh oats, you have to pay a fair price. If you can be satisfied with oats that have already been through the horse; that comes a little cheaper."

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