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Seattle, WA

#1 Aug 6, 2010
I have recently been looking for photo scanning services and I was wondering if anyone can give any recommendations as to what some of the best ones (or the best one) might be? Could you possibly provide some experiences either positive or negative? I have about 2,500 old family photos of all sizes that need to be scanned and I do not want to do it myself as it will take forever. In particular I was wondering if anyone has any experience with Scancafe, Photobin or Digmypics. Those look like the three best ones from my limited research.

San Diego, CA

#2 Aug 7, 2010
I used photobin and it worked out really well, but it made it cheaper and quicker that both they and I are in San Diego. I just dropped my photos off (it ended up being just under 2400 of them) and I had them back in 3 days. The scans all looked great. I was very pleased with the whole experience.

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