From the article: Top Photo Scanners for Digitizing Your Photos
A lot of people who want a photo scanner buy one to help them get rid of the box of photos that's been sitting in the closet forever. Which scanner have you found is the best for this kind of photo-scanning use? Share your opinion!
- I face this issue daily - I run a bulk photo scanning service in the UK. To scan photos at a decent dpi, with colour restoration, auto rotation, at a rate of 30 images per minute Kodak's s1220 is the only option. Yes, there are other great scanners on the market but you'll reach your boredom threshold double quick without a photo feed facility. 1Scan.co.uk went with Kodak and we can scan 2,000 images a day on a single photo scanner. Think how quickly you can get through your image library compared to any other scanner.
- —Guest 1Scan
- I think that HP is the best for photo realistic prints and also a very well known brand. Although if you print photos the ink cartridge is used extensively but can be replaced by remanufactured ink cartridge .
Epson Perfection v300
- The v300 is fast and produces excellent-quality scans. Warm-up time is minimal--truly plug and play. The price is right, too.
- —Guest Jim Link
- if your doing a lot of pics then you should try the pandigital one touch, you can feed photos in fast instead of using a flatbed
- —Guest josh
- I like the epson perfection v300, did a good job at organizing, simple and fast. And it was a pretty cheap photo scanner.
- —Guest shellevene