kth at srv.net
Fri Apr 22 11:25:09 CDT 2005
Eric Smith wrote:
>> Similarly, you don't need to remove the scanner's lamp, except perhaps
>>to eliminate stray reflections that would cause glare and reduce
>>contrast. You would just disconnect its power if that were the
>Many scanners do a calibration on the lamp. Some will refuse to scan if
>they think the lamp isn't working correctly.
Get a scanner that has the capability of scanning slides.
(Many epson can do this, esp. the Perfection series). They
have a light in the hood, which you can easily disconnect
(simply unplug the hood).
When scanning slides, they do not use the light in the base.
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