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- From: Charles <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 8 Jul 1998 20:06:28 -0700
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I have not done scanning, but having seen some it is my impression that the
net quality of any but the most expensive models would not equal that
available at a good copy shop's Kodak, Xerox or other top-of-the-line color
copier. A 3x5 color photo copied & enlarged to 5x7 or even 8x10 is
astonishingly good, and the durability, I think, equal or superior to
almost any other system.
> From: jennifer <opus@TIAC.NET>
> To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
> Date: Wednesday, July 08, 1998 5:48 PM
> What about stuff like this scanned instead of xeroxing? This way, you'd
> have a record of the document that would never fade, tear, or otherwise
> deteriorate. Just don't drop the disk in water or the like I
> you could print it outt when you wanted in any number of ways.
> >I have a manuscript in ball-point pen, perhaps 20 years old, which
> >includes a few pasted-on newspaper clippings and a photograph or two. I
> >need to make a copy of it, as close in appearance as can be achieved to
> >the original. I'd zip right out to the local copy house and make color
> >copies but am concerned about permanence. Any suggestions?