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I am doing project that i am scanning thoursand of my dad's picture that he want it into the computer to make a beautiful slideshow with out less quality. He want it all in computer and safe it from surprise house burn down and burn all the album book with all pictures will be gone forever u know. so i am try to scan picture from my scanner but it not so quality it has line on it. So i would like to know more about it. bz i would like to use that cool scanner for my business to do that. Let me know soon.
About software Canon CanoScan 8800F!
How it works for scanning A3 documnets (photo etc) clearly?
Does the Canon CanoScan 8800F Color Film/Negative/Photo Scanner (2168B002) device process undeveloped film?
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I am mainly interested in scanning documents such as pages from bound books. While I may also scan slides, photos, and negatives (if possible), this is a secondary use. How does the 8800F do on documents? Is it worth getting this scanner, or am I better off with the 4400F? The information I have indicates that the 4400F comes with OCR software while the 8800F does not. This could be a benefit. From what I've found I do not see any significant difference in the quality of photo scans from the two, except that the 8800F can apparently scan more slides at once. I do not even understand why this is the case, since the scan area is the same for both. A point by point comparison of the two, especially for scanning documents (and better than available on the Canon web site) would be helpful.