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    Use a flatbed scanner as a camera

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    Re: Use a flatbed scanner as a camera

    Thanks for this, I will experiment with it later.

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    Thanks Jezza.

    I tried it with my little old ConoScan Lide 100 and it worked.

    Great Idea.
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    I had noticed the photographic qualities of scanners years ago when they first came out and I was scanning jewlery for insurance purposes. I just never expanded on the idea. Amazing what we overlook !!!

    Thanks for opening my eyes Jezza !!
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