[APG Public List] Digitizing 35mm slides
claire at clairebettag.com
Sat Dec 26 19:45:07 MST 2009
Thanks, Dave. I should have added that I work on a Mac. Many of the scanning devices work only on PCs.
1685 34th Street NW
Washington, DC 20007
On 26 Dec, 2009, at 9:34 PM, Rev. David McDonald wrote:
> Claire, I had excellent luck with my unit; it cost something like $90, I believe. Current drawback--it only runs on XP machines. It came with a four-frame holder for slides and works very simply and easily. The image captures are terrific.
> This is more to encourage you to go ahead...as I say, mine is a bit past it's sell-by date!
> Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas!
> Rev. Dr. David McDonald, CG(sm)*
> Old Northwest Research, LLC
> *"CG" & "Certified Genealogist" are service marks of the Board for Certification of Genealogists (R), and are used by authorized associates following periodic, peer-reviewed competency evaluations. Certificate No. 452, renewed, expires 19 April 2014.
> ---- Claire Bettag <claire at clairebettag.com> wrote:
> I have several hundred 35mm slides (snapshots taken mainly in the 1970s and '80s) that I want to convert to digitized images--just to preserve the family photos. I'm considering sending the slides off to a service to have them done rather than purchase a scanner to convert them myself. I'd appreciate any advice, recommendations, pointers from others who have used such services. Feel free to respond privately.
> Many thanks, in advance.
> Claire Bettag
> 1685 34th Street NW
> Washington, DC 20007
> cell: 202-436-2121
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