Alan Luedeking writes:
"I want to thank the responding members
for the super feedback on slide scanning --- with hundreds of
mounted slides stored in a particular order, there was no way I
was going to send them out. I look forward to attempting the
suggested scanning solutions and will report the results in due
Besides wanting to digitize slides for easier presentation and
e-mailing, now I'm particularly intrigued by Mr. Metras'
observation on the possibility of scanning even small areas of
the slide; I've long thought of doing a little contest amongst
friends in my particular area of specialty: identifying a banknote
from a vignette, or the coin from just a device or part thereof.
Careful masking and rephotographing was out of the question
timewise; this new approach should make the game feasible..."
Wayne Homren, Editor
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