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Re: [scanning vs colour copies]
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- Subject: Re: [scanning vs colour copies]
- From: jennifer <opus@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 9 Jul 1998 21:36:06 -0400
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$30 is not a bad price at all! The place I usually go to in Manhattan is
around $50.00, but depedning on what quality you're after, that's still
>At 11:36 PM 7/9/98 GMT, you wrote:
>>and please let's not under-estimate the quality of a drum scan...super high
>>they are amazing...
>>and perhaps it's best to make technology work FOR you and not work AGAINST
>and what are people generally paying for drum scans? I just had one done,
>from a transparency, and the cost was $30 for high enough resolution to
>result in a 20-megabyte file. I could have paid more for even higher
>resolution, but for an image which is to end up fairly small, on a book
>cover (printed via offset press), higher quality really was not necessary.
>Is this a reasonable price?