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Can 40 or 50 year old photos safely be scanned?

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Post time: 2010-2-17 09:55:50 |Show all posts
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Post time: 2010-2-17 12:33:45 |Show all posts
Yes. I've done it many times.

Post time: 2010-2-17 11:57:56 |Show all posts
YES .. MAKE SURE U ADJUST CORRECT DPI ON SCANNER

Post time: 2010-2-17 11:42:00 |Show all posts
Yes. More advanced scanners have auto-correcting features -- they can remove defects in the photo (creases, color correction)

Post time: 2010-2-17 11:13:02 |Show all posts
Of course they can. The little light inside a scanner isn't going to damage them. Hell, they scanned the dead sea scrolls, didn't they?

Post time: 2010-2-17 11:06:39 |Show all posts
Yup yup just make sure the scanner does do anything with the picture like flipping it and sending it through rollers and stuff like printers do but most scanners you just lay the picture in and scan and the picture just has a light run over it so if you got a scanner that just lets the picture sit still on the glass or whatever then your good
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Post time: 2010-2-17 10:37:21 |Show all posts
Yep, no problems at all if you use a flat-bed scanner. Pass-through scanners can chew documents.
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