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We have just got an epson 4990 scanner which has done some great scans to date. It has a light source in the base and in the lid so it is designed to do negatives, and do them well. Its a bit slow, but it will scan everything from 110 negs up to 8x10 negs (or slides)

We use our 3001 to do eveything up to 6x9 negs and slides, but we are now getting a lot of 127, 122 and 116 negs, and this scanner has been very useful to cover this work

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We have just got an epson 4990 scanner which has done some great scans to date. It has a light source in the base and in the lid so it is designed to do negatives, and do them well. Its a bit slow, but it will scan everything from 110 negs up to 8x10 negs (or slides)

We use our 3001 to do eveything up to 6x9 negs and slides, but we are now getting a lot of 127, 122 and 116 negs, and this scanner has been very useful to cover this work

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Hi jpwrangling

we've got a Noritsu 2701 which is the same as the 2711 hardware wise. We were talked into investing in a top lid light source to the Microtek A3 scanner. This was a straight replacement for he plastic lid. However the results are not good and was a waste of

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