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Old 01-18-2006, 08:25 PM   #1
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Default Inexpensive slide scanning service?

A client wants a handful of 35mm slides scanned -- the images will be used in a PowerPoint presentation. I only know where to get drum scans done, and that would be way to expensive.

Can anyone recommend a place (probably anywhere in the U.S. would work, since there is FedEx) that does "standard" slide scanning at a reasonable price? The only place I knew about (they used to charge $2.25 per image to scan to photo CD) has gone out of business.

Another client once sent me digital images that were scanned from slides by a local one-hour photo processor, and they were pretty awful, so I don't want to suggest that.


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