Scanner for 126 film

Discussion in 'Scanners' started by Andy Champ, Jan 2, 2007.

  1. Andy Champ

    Andy Champ Guest

    I'm digitising my slide collection. I've put about 300 35mm slides
    through a Nikon LS2000, and that worked pretty well, however some of my
    slides are 126 format. They are in a 2x2 mount, but the image in the
    middle is square. The side of the square is longer than the short axis
    of a 35mm slide, so the LS2000 cuts the edges off. My images are 26mm
    square (Kodak mounts) or 27.5 (Agfa mounts)

    Can anyone recommend a decent scanner that I can beg/borrow/lease/buy
    and resell on eBay/steal to do the job?

    I'm on a PC, and have USB, Firewire and SCSI-2.

    I've seen John Corliss's questions, however he's talking about
    negatives; I have mounted slides.

    Thanks
    Andy
     
    Andy Champ, Jan 2, 2007
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