What is a good slide converter?

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#1
I have several boxes of Kodachrome slides I took in the 80s that I want to copy to a flash drive before they get ruined.

Any help/guidance on best/easiest converters is greatly appreciated!
 
#2
There is recent post "Questions about Slides" that explains a bunch of things and gives a few examples of slide scanners. I use a Canon 5600F works pretty good. The Canon 8800 has been suggested along with a Wolverine brand. Depends on 2 things and how much you want to spend and how good do you want them to look when you are done. I am happy with just having them saved with resonable quality. If I won the lottery I would have them all done professionally, which last time I looked was about a dollar a slide. Tom
 
#4
I had one of those for while too. But the index spring broke and the slide carrier wouldn't sit in the right place but it did work pretty good.
 



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