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I need a scanner that will scan 10X14 pictures

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  • bellshop Oct 26, 2008

    These are Currier & Ives Calendars pictures, approx 200 of them, 9x14 inches would be glass size needed.

  • Susan
    Susan May 11, 2010

    HI,
    Is this one photo that you need done, say for a antique family photo ?

    Thank you . *s*


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Hi,
I found some scanners for you listed below but,
You can also scan large pictures in sections, and then use a program like STITCHES. Basically you scan it in quarter sections and then create a working board in your photo program and then you copy and paste each section into that board and line up the edges.
This is what most people do rather than buy a very expensive large format scanner.

Some large companies also have large scanners for maps etc. If you know someone who works for a very large company or one that does surveying etc. They may do this favor for you.
Though copy stores may have the size you need, copywrite issues will be asked about.

Here is the list.
large format scanners http://www.microtekusa.com/lf.html

Microtek ScanMaker 9800XL Scanner
Price: $1,038.31, 12-by-17-inch tabloid size bed

Mustek Scan Express A3 1200 Pro USB Large Format Scanner
$154.69media_size_maximum: A3 (11.7 in x 16.5 in)

http://www.contex.com/english/scanners/sd_series_scanners.aspx
Maximum Scan Width 44in.

http://www.xerox.com/digital-printing/large-format-printers/large-format-scanners/enus.html
Input Size:Min: 4.5" x 5.5" Max: 42" x 100'

Thank you and good luck.





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