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Re: QSL Card Scanning Solution

One way to do it would be to take digital pictures of each card, setup 
the camera on a small tripod, aiming at a a stand where you would put 
the QSL card, just right for the shot, under good lighting so you 
wouldn't need the flash (reflections can be a problem on glossy cards) 
take the shot, turn over , take the backside, etc... Even that, x1000 
would be a pain but it would be faster than scanning.

*Amir Findling*, 73 de K9CHP, Syracuse NY, member ARRL, AMSAT #36083

Coordinator, Senior K9 Handler Western New York SearchDogs, Inc 
www.wnysearchdogs.org <http://www.wnysearchdogs.org>

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