I did a quick search on ebay and saw one for as little as $34, but you get what you pay for. So it pays to check reviews and do comparisons.
Google is really your best friend for something like this. It will help you to see what's out there, features you may not know about, and prices. You can then narrow your choices by looking at reviews and then checking places like Amazon, Newegg, B&H Photo, etc. Also, you need a good photo editor to go along with the scanner. The last time I scanned slides was probably 7-8 years ago, but a few years ago I ran the original scans through Adobe Lightroom and it made a big difference in the final output.
mikey (PSP6, Photoshop CS6, Vegas Pro 14, Acid 7, BluffTitler, Nikon D300s, D810)
Lots of PIC and Arduino microprocessor stuff too !!
I saw your excellent suggestion regarding the 64bit drivers and Vuescan and it reminded me of just how much I appreciate the developer of that software. If you do ever have to call for support you usually get "HIM". That's right - The guy that wrote the software is who you talk to when you call for support. At least that has been my experience. You just can't say that often these days. The software works well with just about anything out there and if it won't, Mr Hamrick will try to help you make it work.
I have no interest in the company and don't personally know Mr Hamrick but I appreciate his software and his efforts to sell and support a great product offered at a very reasonable price.
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