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    Mark S. Holden wrote:

    I saw several advertised on ebay. I'd say 90% of my talk will show astro photos,
    probably less. Most of it is of maps, day time images of equipment, and outdoor
    scences, with a few graphics (plots, histograms) thrown in. Are these still sold
    today in places like Staples, or have the passed out of existence? Is it better
    than me printing the images on foils and then showing them with an overhead
    projector.

    BTW, our small town major photo center (drug store chain) takes 5 days to do
    slides from slide film. There is a photo store here that is a bit more expensive
    that may do them. I'll them tomorrow.

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    Default Digital Images to 35mm Slides?

    W. Watson wrote:


    I meant to include NOT as ammended in the above line. That is, most of the
    images will not be astro photos.

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    Default Digital Images to 35mm Slides?

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    You'll pay much more for a new one, and it'll probably be old stock.

    The reason these are cheap is businesses and schools are replacing the
    ones they have with projectors, because they're more convenient to
    transport, and they give a better image.

    Another option is if your local kinkos has a Xerox phaser, you could
    have them print transparencies for you. These are solid ink printers,
    and they do beautiful transparencies.


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    Mark S. Holden wrote:

    Thanks. That may be worth a drive of 30 miles down to Auburn to use them. We
    have some copy shops here, so maybe I'll check with them first. Although, Kinkos
    has some very good equipment for offbeat work. I'll check with Kinkos first.

    BTW, I saw a InFocus X2 advertised for under $600. That's well below most low
    prices. Maybe competition is heating up.

 

 
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