Pete: You can buy one of those accessories into which you slide the transparency and take a picture of it, or look for a second hand slide scanner. I have a Nikon coolscan which works fine (A bit slow may be but worth the wait)
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Late, I confess, but just found this.
I experienced it. It was @@@@@ horrible! Car abandoned halfway down the street wouldn't move for about a week (ironically, not even DOWNhill), country brought to a standstill. So slippery even the tiniest incline defeated most vehicles. Day after day after day with no break, never going above freezing. Many roads un-gritted because the country was running out of salt.
Niko - summer or winter, the weather sucks over there :) I've been there couple of times, and never had a good weather for more than 2 days.
That's a bit harsh, adamz. Our weather isn't that bad.
For the film scanner, I'd suggest buying one (secondhand?) then selling it or passing it on to a friend. No one needs a scanner for long.Posted 6 years ago #
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