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photo scanner

A scanner specialized for reading photographs up to 4x6". It uses the same principles as a larger desktop scanner, but is generally a low-cost, consumer-oriented device geared for digitizing home photos into the computer. Features such as resolution (dpi), image size and color depth are typically limited to pre-set controls. See scanner and photo printer.
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95, the Visigo Photo Scanner is an affordable, convenient and quality alternative to traditional flatbed scanners.
The CanoScan 9000F Mark II Photo Scanner will have an estimated selling price of $199.
Enhanced image and photo-scanning features the PhotoSmart S20 photo scanner provides photographic scanning through a variety of new features, including the following:
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The new Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter extends Pandigital's line of photo scanners which also includes the Pandigital PhotoLink One-Touch 5x7 Scanner and the Pandigital Photo & Negative Scanner that can scan print images up to 4x6-inches large as well as negatives.
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Pandigital, the leading provider of digital photo frames in the United States, today introduced the PhotoLink Handheld Scanner--a new easy-to-use, portable handheld photo scanner designed to give customers an easy way to transfer digital images into digital photo frames, PCs and laptops.
15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Today, Epson America unveiled the Epson Perfection V600 Photo scanner, a new mid-range scanning solution offering advanced performance for photos, film, slides, and everyday documents.
The HP Scanjet G3110 Photo Scanner - a scanning solution that makes it easy to preserve, share and archive photos, slides, negatives, documents and 3-D objects.