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    My parents has forms of slips as well as I need to determine a way that is not too costly to get these slips funneled to electronic images . Anyone with recommendations, please provide me an response. What equipment, application etc do I need.

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    Would a reader work? if you have one try it or see if some one you know has one you can try it with. You may be able to fit like10 of them on the outer lining area and check out 10 slips at once. My dad has some also I may try it myself. I have seen these glide plugs on e-bay before that you fit on the electronic camera and they have a set range from the contacts and a little mild box or some thing that stands out used the returning. The issue is you will have to go used them all one after the other capturing each one. You put your electronic camera into macro and catch them at this set range from the contacts. It may catch better excellent images then the reader I do not know.

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    I do have a device I used to exchange images to electronic returning in the rock age groups, it is a Sony models Telecine Adaptor (spelled correctly) . You install an image on one part and put your electronic camera on the other part. It proved helpful OK for images but I have not tried slips. If I use the reader Hp 73010 should I use customized configurations 300 pix or more seek the services of mild. Contrast stability or should I go raw and fix in PS? Any thoughts? PS the Telecine Adaptor (spelled correctly) does not have an inner mild like a glide panel.

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    There are readers that are designed to check out slips, and there are common objective readers that have glide adapters. Either will do several slips at once, but you will have to name as well as preserve the images after checking. I have an Epson V750 Pro which is a bit costly but has most of what you need to do a excellent task. It comes with all the application such as Adobe Adobe photo shop Components, and can function in as innovative a style as you wish. It all comes with several adapters such as one for Negatives slips. You basically fill your slips, and position the adapter on the checking bed. The reader will look for the glide images and check out them.

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    Besides the reader, you will need a DVD or CD losing. You are better off with DVD since they will keep many more images. You will, of course, also need a PC. You can also have this done at an image shop. Around here, they price per glide. You cannot do this with a photographic electronic camera. Digital cameras do not have enough quality to catch slips. Further to the CNET 35 slips using Epson V700, PC to DVD. I was buying the Epson V500 reader. I have 3,000 slips to exchange, I saved them well but I am sure they need some washing up. Once I transfer to the Computer are there any other actions, I need to adhere to, before losing to DVD.

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    I want to re-ask this query with a greater need. I have over 3000 slips in glide fishing reels. I want to scan them all with some kind of devices and not spending a glide. So, I need a higher amount remedy, that clears the slips, etc. If you want to do it yourself, you will need a excellent reader and plenty of your energy and energy and effort. You can calculate that you will invest about few a moments per glide once you get set up. With 3,000 slips you can depend on investing roughly 150 time. A flat bed can price from under and the outcomes are amazingly excellent but the procedure is greatly difficult. I have discovered flatbeds to be a bit flaky sometimes having issues with white colored glide installs impacting color or exposure and sometimes not discovering the glide at all.

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