Re: [Histonet] Flatbed Scanners for EM negatives
We use Macintosh computers and do most all of our scanning
on an AGFA Arcus II. I'm not sure if they sell that model
any longer but I'm sure the latest model would have at lest
the same quality if not better. We scan x-rays, 35 mm
slides, we have even placed MMA embedded sections directly
in the scanner and got excellent results.
Staff Research Associate II
University of CA, San Diego
Department of Orthopedics
9500 Gilman Dr. 0630
La Jolla, CA 92093-0630
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Margaret Gondo wrote:
> Hi all -
> I was just wondering if anyone out in Histoland has any
> recommendations on flatbed scanners that will do a decent job of
> scanning an EM negative. Our lab uses mostly Macintosh computers
> for imaging. I will admit that I know very little about scanners.
> I just visited a site that had film scanners that cost in the
> thousands along with flatbed scanners with similar DPI for a couple
> Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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