Question about Lexmark X7350 All-In-One Printer
I have a Lexmark 7350 and wonder if it has the ability to scan slides and negatives into my computer? Thanks, Vera
From Lexmark's website:
To scan negatives, slides, and transparencies, you need to place the original between the light source and the sensor array so that the light passes through them before hitting the sensor. However, Lexmark scanners place the light source and the sensor array on the same side in order to catch the light as it reflects off the original. Accordingly, in order to scan originals of this type, you need a transparency adapter (also called a TPA or TPU), which is a back light that replaces the scanner cover.
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