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Old 02-15-2013, 10:48 PM   #55
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Originally Posted by flamaest View Post

BTW: I noticed the scans I posted showed the rear ink of the page; this is only with this book and not a light source intensity issue. I tried other books where the paper is thicker and those scans are clean without ink bleed from the backside.
To get rid of ink bleed with books that have thin paper, try putting a piece of black card stock behind the page or pages you are scanning.

I do this with my wand scanner and also have affixed a piece to my flatbed scanner. Really helps eliminate the bleed effect!

Thanks for the report on this scanner!
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