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Description The PowerScan PBT7100 linear imaging bar code reader with Bluetooth wireless technology offers operator freedom from cable entanglement, rugged durability and extremely snappy reading performance all ... more


Description The PSC PowerScan 7000 2D Imager offers best-in-class performance and features: industrial strength durability, high performance bar code imaging, reading 2D codes and capturing other images like sign... more


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AdvantagesHigh quality, reasonable price, wide range of service

DisadvantagesHave to post, sometimes busy

...and transparency) 35mm - 36 exp (std) 7.5x5" £11.95 35mm - 36 exp (pro) 7.5x5" £15.64 120 - 12 exp (pro) 8x8" £13.38 Normally 2-3 days Professional quality reprints (negs, slides, digital) Image manipulation (restoration, composite) Scanning Slide duplication and mounting They also have (new) an online digital printing service, although I have not tried it yet. Postage and Packing is 90p...

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“Scanning History”

published 31/05/2012

AdvantagesEasy to use and reliable

DisadvantagesNone so far

...impressed enough with the automatic selectioins to figure that the machine knows best. There are a few neat features, if the document is too big for the plate you can scan it in two halves and then combine the image into one complete document, I have only done this once and it took a couple of attempts, but after a bit of trial and error I got there. It scans quickly, a couple of seconds at the most...

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“Scanning for Dummies”

published 27/11/2001

Advantagesso easy to use

Disadvantagesmy first one was broken on arrival

...to scan in images that are to be used for book covers on my website - and it certainly does a good enough job for that, so I have no complaints. The scanner - flat bed - basically its an oblong box with a lid that you lift to place the paper onto the scannig area - not wildely disimilar from a photocopier. It's that sort of grey/beige colour of most computers.The box has an on/off switch...

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