Toshiba Journe Scan Photo scanner digitise your old photo's £24.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Bring your old photographs back to life with the Journe Scan - the unique, compact and portable scanner that digitises and enhances the colour and quality of your old 6" x 4" photos. Simply scan the photos to one of the many supported memory cards and then transfer them to your PC for a permanent digital record, which you could then easily share with your friends on social networking sites, such as facebook, or myspace.

Manufacturer's Description
Have you ever wondered what to do with your old paper pictures? Bring your old paper pictures back to life and enjoy them as you have never done before.

Your memories will never fade - Don‘t worry about fading pictures anymore. Just scan, store and protect them to enjoy them as much as you want.

Just as small as your TV remote control - At less than 17cm in length and a weight of only 170g, this device is easy to store and can go with you wherever you go.

Enjoy your pictures however you want - Enjoy your pictures directly on your Toshiba digital photo frame, or store them on a wide range of supported storage devices.
Box Contains
# Journe scan
# Power Adaptor (100~220V, 6V/1.5A)
# User’s Manual
# USB Cable
# Warranty leaflet
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Thanks OP.
HnR 2u tauran, ordered cheers:D
Looks like I've finally found a use for my £10 Amazon voucher. Now to find some mug to sit and feed my 10,000 photos through the little beggar! Heheh!!!

Top spotting.
Good price, got one of these, pretty good for the price have to say.
As time is an issue with these things, it might be worth considering a third party service to digitise your photos. This isn't for everybody but if you've got a ton of printed photos and you want them as files, it might work out better if you put any value on your time.

Just bung photo scanning service into google.

Prices vary but for £25 (the price of this scanner) you get ~250 scans.
For 10,000 you're closer to £600.

Sounds like a lot but if you allow 20 seconds per photo, for 10k photos that's at least 55 hours... And it's really horrible work.
anybody have one of these and can give some opinions about how good it is? is the scanning results very good e.g. near real photo quality? thanks.
No resolution information? Surely thats an important bit of info. Also what format does it store the photos in? jpeg?
bit of extra info from toshiba:

The Journe Scan scans full colour, 300 dpi JPG images
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anybody have one of these and can give some opinions about how good it is? is the scanning results very good e.g. near real photo quality? thanks.

Ordered when this was first posted and received it today. Been having a play with it. You put the SD card in the scanner and it scans to that so computer not needed for scanning. Then just put the SD card in computer and the photos are there in JPEG format. I'm using a class 6 SD card and it is incredibly quick. Literally as the picture feeds through it is processed and ready for the next one.

The quality is actually very good. What you tend to realise when you take them out of the albums is that many of your old photos are not that good quality to start with, but it maintains what it gets. Very pleased with it.
same price at plus a pointless amount of cashback (0.6% or something)... just ordered one from amazon :)
Received mine this morning, yet to use, but looks great. Thanks OP.

BTW is now £35 on Amazon and £40 on Play, have therefore expired thread, is this the correct thing to do?


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