(11-17-2013 04:51 PM)hercules21 Wrote: but your argument about storing thousands of images costing a lot money is laughable.
(11-17-2013 06:25 PM)nolan5000 Wrote: What leads you to conclude that his argument is laughable?
(11-17-2013 06:36 PM)branesergen Wrote: I would like to know too. Depending on what a certain person considers "a lot of money". Its subjective. Regardless its an additional cost be it $100 per 1000 images or $1 per 1000. I grade about 700-900 a year and I know there are others, groups even, who submit 500 a month. Over time those images add up and close to 100,000 images is going to cost money that no smart person OR business is going to cover. Again I ask - who here is willing to dish out $1000 for something used by few?
(11-18-2013 06:00 AM)branesergen Wrote: Hell I live in Texas
(11-18-2013 08:35 AM)branesergen Wrote: Yeah I'm down around Houston. I couldnt live that close to Beckett. I would be dropping off cards as I got them in the mail LOL At least this way I wait a month or 2 haha
(11-09-2013 03:34 PM)patrick54 Wrote: jctone, I'm guessing you started this because you have a problem with the scans on bgs cards like many do but all you need to do to fix the problem is find a flat bed scanner with CCD (charged couple device) and your problem will be fixed. Most all in ones are not CCD devices.
I just bought an Epson V37 to use on Windows 8 and it scans BGS cases with great clarity. The Star cards have always been my biggest problem scanning but this new scanner fixed it, it also does a pretty good job on refractors. It does not scan PSA cases that well but does miracles on BGS scans. All in one devices from what I can tell scan PSA cases better.
(11-18-2013 01:17 PM)dwise25 Wrote: I was just reading through this and noticed that was my BGS 9.5 Jordan Refractor that I had slabbed and sold. I see it has changed hands a couple times now...