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  1. Hi, sold my slide scanner a while ago and now I need to digitize 300 slides from 1999. I do have an Epson V550 flatbed scanner that can scan slides (4 in one go) and I have Vuescan. Sold my Sensia IT8 target with the slide scanner ;-( A friend recommended using a slide duplicator instead with my 60 AFS micro and the D750. That would eliminate the typical scanner color issues. But what about resolution? Has anyone here used both methods and can comment on the relative merits? If going the duplicator route, I don't want to spend much money on it, so pointers to reasonably priced solutions are appreciated. thx afx
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