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Subject: [Leica] news for film users
From: tgray at 125px.com (Tim Gray)
Date: Mon, 22 Nov 2010 10:49:14 -0500
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On Nov 21, 2010 at 09:25 PM -0500, Phil wrote:
> I bought my LS4000 for $300 in 2004 with every attachment available for
> it. I could get over $1000 now easy.
Unfortunately I can't afford any of the scanners I'd then upgrade to.
I can only imagine what 9000s are going to start fetching price wise. I
think actually a used Flexscan is the best 'bargain' now. I've seen them go
for right around $3k.
In reply to:
Message from richard at imagecraft.com (Richard Man) ([Leica] news for film users)
Message from tgray at 125px.com (Tim Gray) ([Leica] news for film users)
Message from photo.forrest at earthlink.net (Phil) ([Leica] news for film users)