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Epson F-3200 Film Scanner Review

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Reader Score: 5.00 (out of 10)
Top scanning capability (particularly for medium format film) combined with some very neat functions and super build but all are compromised in the end by a very high price tag, which has nibbled the score down a good degree as a result. Having said that, since you get what you pay for, hopefully street and online economics will allow that price to change in future.

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Without question film scanners are on their way out, they are either going to end up in the loft or in a boot sale within the next couple of years. So why are manufacturers still churning out new models? The obvious answer is that almost all photographers, and home users, have a collection of negatives or transparences that still need to be accessed. Our family history or artistic endeavours are stored on a small piece of celluloid, the most logical thing to do is to have them photographically printed, but this means either setting up a darkroom or a visit to a pro lab.
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