Digitising slides and prints - non birding

Subject: Digitising slides and prints - non birding
Date: Sat, 30 Aug 2008 03:46:25 +0000

While it is best to use professional scanning facility for the job, it is
most likely a costly exercise. Depends on what you want to do with the scans
besides keeping it for your own collection or viewing as the years go on.

I have used my 100mm macro lens on an 8 megapixel Canon 30D mounted on a
tripod with a remote release and had good results. I can talk to you about
it offline if you want. 



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