scanning 35mm negs

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Redstrat
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Dec 2020 21 16:59

scanning 35mm negs

After borrowing a 35mm scanner from a friend my wife said she would take on the task of scanning our photos. Luckily she is very very organised and has been occupied for 4-5 hours per day. She has done really well over the past 2 weeks and has done 1982-1987....... not far to go now -Shock.png-
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Dec 2020 21 18:33

Re: scanning 35mm negs

Redstrat wrote: Mon, 21st Dec 2020, 4:59pm After borrowing a 35mm scanner from a friend my wife said she would take on the task of scanning our photos. Luckily she is very very organised and has been occupied for 4-5 hours per day. She has done really well over the past 2 weeks and has done 1982-1987....... not far to go now -Shock.png-
Make sure you make at leat 2 backups. You wouldn't want to loose all that hard work.

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Re: scanning 35mm negs

Did mine a few years back with a really good scanner I bought for the purpose, 50 odd years worth of negatives, it took months -Shock.png-
Also got a techie to transfer all of my vinyl that I had recorded to mini disc to MP3 -Like.png-
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