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Looking for Photo/Slide/Negative scanner

Jdogbf
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Look at doing a bit of photo scanning on the side for people, what is the best scanner that can do all 3 for under $1000? I am currently looking at the Epson Perfection V850 Pro. Any other suggestions?

https://www.amazon.com/Epson-Perfection-V850-Pro-scanner/dp/B00OCEJMG8/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1544028095&sr=8-3&keywords=epson+v850+pro

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That is a very specific combination of features, so i think the one you found, properly is the best option.
Epson also has a great rep. in the professional market, so i do not see you finding much better

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V850 is a fine choice especially since you're probably going to have to scan 120 film as well so a dedicated 35mm scanner like a Noritsu or a Pakon is out of the question anyways even if you had the dough to blow on a one of those scanners.

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