ApplianceJunk 23 Posted December 25, 2013 Share Posted December 25, 2013 I have a good size box full of loose family photos along with a few old photo albums that have been handed down to me. Before my grandma passed away and before I knew who would end up with the old family photo albums I got the chance to scan the pages with a flatbed scanner. That has been probably over 10 years ago now. I remember it being a long and tedious process, but so glad I did it once it was done. A few years after my grandma passed away I ended up getting the photo albums. Just a few years ago I purchased a new flatbed scanner that was supposed to be so great for scanning photos. Even though it was much faster then my old scanner I found it to still be a slow and tedious process and ended up only scanning all my kids sports and school photos. A few days ago I purchased my first document scanner, ScanSnap S1300i and I'm amazed and the speed of it. So the other day I got to thinking about that box of photos I have yet to go through and scan. I'm wondering if this would be a good job for my S1300i or if there are other options I should look at such at the ScanSnap SV600? http://scanners.fcpa.fujitsu.com/scansnap11/sv600.html Besides the price of the SV600 I'm kind of wondering what I would do with the thing after I get through my box of photos. This may not be so much of a EN question ( it's not at all ), but from the little bit I have been hanging around the EN forums I know there are a lot of scanner experts out there. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts and experiance on the subject. Thanks! Link to comment
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