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Best 35mm-slide Photo Scanner for MAC?


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I know...I hate those "which is best" questions....best for who?...where?...what?...how much?

....but I have never had a scanner and 98% of all my scans will be from 35mm color slides...plus a few B&W prints....price is no object, only quality matters. (I know open invitation to some guy with a scanner that cost more than my restored Corvette...OK less than a restored Corvette...LOL)

If you have had some experience....especially attaching to MAC ....please let me know.

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The proper name is Mac, as it is short for Macintosh. MAC, all caps, means Media Access Control and is part of networking.

As for scanners? If price is no object, then go and look at the devices and ask to try them. If you're buying a pro-level piece of hardware, they WILL let you see it in action.
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The proper name is Mac, as it is short for Macintosh. MAC, all caps, means Media Access Control and is part of networking.

As for scanners? If price is no object, then go and look at the devices and ask to try them. If you're buying a pro-level piece of hardware, they WILL let you see it in action.
Many Thanks jamey-jamey...I always like to be proper....Mac it is!
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