The picture you sent me looks way better than anything I got with my CM1312.
I'm learning towards the Epson V30 right now. I've read a few reviews
and apparently Epson releases their drivers under the GPL on a website
Quoting man-d <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Stuckey a écrit :
I'm looking to purchase a scanner. I've looked at the supported
hardware list on http://www.sane-project.org though there are many
listed there and I know nothing about scanners.
Perhaps someone here can recommend a model or brand with which they
have personal experience.
Back to the list. Sorry I answered on your email address.
My opinion: try to find one tested and supported at
sane-project.org for example and look on the web for more details:
This database is here to help us make a better choice for working devices.
Did you find something about the scanner you actually have on the web/lists ?
If your current HP scanner definitely don't work with Debian, not
supported (drivers, firmwares...) what is it with the next debian
For example: my girlfriend's "photosmart all in one" HP
printer/scanner is cheap for photography and costs 100$.
Last year, I updated to debian testing to get the printer/scanner
system to work (newer free debian printer driver package [hplip]).
This printer/scanner combo is not part of my photography workflow
but here is what I quickly get with the scanner and a partly damaged
I only set the resolution, nothing else.
Why not try to find a reseller you can ask for returning products
before buying one ? If you are very carefull with packaging and
hardware it's possible to return it after few hours/days and get
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