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    Should I get a scanner? I don't know much about photoshop so I won't be doing much coloring, but mainly posting my sketches? Scanner or no?

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    yes, get one

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    it's cheaper if you trick one of your friends into buying a scanner. make sure its the friend that has the fridge full of beer.

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    Just got some disposable income. I'm getting myself a scanner too. Nothing fancy budget $200 Canadian. They are great for scanning in traditional media studies to get crits on etc. ^^

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    so, whats a good scanner for under 100 dollars then?

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    For $100 dollars, I checked Futureshop out a month ago. Enough to scan 8.5 by 11 pieces of paper and was 600 by 1200 dpi. Under $100 I think (Canadian dollars) ok but a long term investment I'm looking into a 1200 by 1600 dpi scanner for under $200.

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    Thanks for the information, but one more question, what are the things that make a scanner good? What specs?

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