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Hi, I am a photography student and would like to be able to scan my negatives at home. I would like some suggestions of which ones you use and which ones that you don't like.

My price range is £0-80.

I have heard a lot of bad press about Epson film scanners, I have also experienced this at college where Epson scanners are used. I have used the F-3200 and the V100.

I would like it to scan 35mm, Medium format, Large format and 35mm slides.

Thanks in advance for all your answers.:Cool:
 

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Hi, I am a photography student and would like to be able to scan my negatives at home. I would like some suggestions of which ones you use and which ones that you don't like.

My price range is £0-80.

I have heard a lot of bad press about Epson film scanners, I have also experienced this at college where Epson scanners are used. I have used the F-3200 and the V100.

I would like it to scan 35mm, Medium format, Large format and 35mm slides.

Thanks in advance for all your answers.:Cool:

I would be very interested if you find anything in your price range that gives decent results. I have been paying for the local shop to scan them for me.

Have considered buying an adapter for my DSLR, but so far have not tried that.
 

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