I just found this web site offering scanners on eBay
that might have what you're looking for, but I know
nothing about the outfit offering them. Buyer
--- Malcolm Smith <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I have an Epson 1640 XL which is absolutely superb.
> It may be that it
> has been replaced with a newer model. It has a
> couple of extras I
> bought with it - the transparency lid and a card
> that goes in the
> back to allow it's use with firewire. I would
> strongly suggest not
> getting anything that hooks up via SCSI as it's
> really not used
> anymore. A lot of us have about $500 worth of the
> cords in a plastic
> box in the back of a closet! What ever you decide
> on, a very big
> difference is Silverfast software. The Epson model I
> have, the XL
> version comes with it. I discovered that they make
> the software for
> most of the scanners out there so I ordered it for a
> Nikon slide
> scanner. It was a tremendous improvement on the
> software that came
> from Nikon. If you go to their web site, you will
> probably find what
> ever scanner you decide on listed. The version that
> imbeds a profile
> is worth it if you want to maximize color accuracy.
> I would think
> that any better quality scanner interfaces with
> Malcolm Smith.
> On Aug 10, 2008, at 12:47 PM, Tom Fine wrote:
> > A few months back, I asked for recommendations for
> large-scale flat-
> > bed scanners. I'd like the latest best advise from
> > knowledgable group. I need a scanner capable of a
> 12x12 LP sleeve.
> > USB2 or Firewire is desired, SCSI would be
> non-preferable. It needs
> > to interface with Photoshop running on a PC.
> > Thanks in advance.
> > -- Tom Fine