Are you in the market for a flatbed scanner? Do you want something that will do a variety of tasks (including photos) with a decent level of resolution, but you don't want to pay an arm and a leg? KaoMAN checks out the CanoScan LiDE 35 flatbed scanner to find out if it fits the bill.
Ever have mail-in rebate troubles? Wish you had a copy of the receipt and rebate form that you filled out? Do you want to make copies of important documents to keep on file? Or how about creating a digital library of photos from when you were a kid? These are only a few reasons why you might want to keep a flatbed scanner on hand.
Most flatbed scanners target home consumers. They range from large and thick to small and thin sizes, have different scan qualities and scan times, can be cumbersome to install or no harder than plugging in a USB cable. So which scanner is good for you?
Canon has specialized in professional business and consumer imaging equipment for quite some time. Their products include copiers, printers, cameras, camcorders, and of course, flatbed scanners. Canon groups their scanners into three categories: photo, film & photo, and film. Photos are the images developed from film negatives. Some scanners can scan both formats while others can only scan one of them.
Today, we're going to examine a Canon photo scanner, the CanoScan LiDE 35.
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