inexpensive film scanning service?

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  1. fpereira

    fpereira TPF Noob!

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    Hi everyone, I'm new around here. Good stuff here I must say. My first question pertains to the subject, where the heck can I get bulk scanning done inexpensively? I have like 700 exposures I had done while I worked on my college paper and would like them digitized for editing/safekeeping. I've recently decided to do some photography for people on the side, and I would like to go digital for that, so right now I don't see the benefit of purchasing a film scanner (I was thinking the minolta dual scan iv would be a decent option for me if I did have to get a scanner). However, with the amount of photos I have, it probably makes more sense to invest in one. Anyone have any advice for me on this one or can refer me to a decent service that can do it for $100-200? I'm not expecting to find a cheap service; afterall, people have to make money. But you never know. Thanks!
     
  2. Christie Photo

    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Yup. Very sensable.

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