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Elliot B.

Best way to scan 35mm negatives into digital files for up to

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My parents have hundreds of 35mm negatives on strips and I want to scan them into the PC.

Since there are so many, and since they're on strips, I am looking for a scanner that can scan them automatically (it pulls them through via. tracks on its own, something like that).

When I type in "Negative film scanner" into Amazon, I get Veho products (VFS-002 (?13), VFS-004 (?59), VFS-008 (?60)).

Are these my best option?

Or perhaps I should buy a normal computer scanner with a 35mm negative scanner option?

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A negative film scanner, and a LOT of time :(

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Check around retail stores that have photo labs. I work at a big-box retailer and I digitized about 50 slides for a customer yesterday.

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Check around retail stores that have photo labs. I work at a big-box retailer and I digitized about 50 slides for a customer yesterday.

It's not cost effective if I have over 1000 of them. Much cheaper to do it myself, even if they're lower quality.

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