A New Neophyte Question

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' started by myming, May 11, 2011.

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    myming

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    hello all,

    i have an OLD minolta "freedom family zoom" 35mm camera that still takes xlnt pictures.
    can pictures taken w/ this camera be transferred/changed to digital pix ? i want to use my canon 3-in-one (printer/scanner/copier) to send the pix via email.

    i have a nikon digital camera, but i like the quality of the old minolta...

    thank you.
     
    myming, May 11, 2011
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    I use a 35mm scanner. It's a Nikon CoolScan V and it works brilliantly. I have 95% of my 35mm negatives scanned in and converted to TIF. I have found this is much better than scanning printed photos.
     
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