> Can you suggest a scanner that has a good combination of price,
> quality, and SANE compatibility? Thanks!
I'm using the Microtek Scanmaker 35t+. The scanner is
working fine, but if you want to scan negativ material you
have to make the color reversal by hand. Not an easy job -
it depends on your negativ film. Positive films are much
better to handle. The quality is really good - 1950 dpi
optical and 30-bit color depth, but the scanner is quite
costly. In Germany I had to pay round about 1400,- DM
and that's a lot.
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