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Old 01-28-2013, 04:54 PM   #1
adam_omega
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Scanner for Comic Book Art?

I wanted to see if someone had any recommendations for current types/models of Computer Scanners that can scan unbound color and black & white comic books at 600dpi~1200dpi grayscale and produce print-ready results (i.e. scanning foreign printed books so they can be translated, lettered/cleaned up in photoshop, and printed for English markets).

The books that I need to scan are around 6" x 9" (so a normal letter sized scanner, I assume).

A flatbed scanner might be the best option...? Either way, books being scanned in full are unbound (put in microwave to soften the glue and then pages removed).


Would something like the Microtek XT3300 or XT3500 be good for this...?


Thanks!

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