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  1. Daniel
    Daniel November 23, 2010 at 6:52 am |

    I’ve never had an ADF on a home printer/scanner/copier. Can you stack a bunch of photos in the ADF and have them scanned in? Because loading them individually is rather slow and annoying.

  2. Christopher Price
    Christopher Price November 24, 2010 at 3:03 pm |

    Generally you only want to use an ADF for plain paper, unless it explicitly supports photos. Putting glossy paper in could bend it because of the paper thickness.

    An ADF pulls paper in from the top and wraps them around through the scanning element on the flatbed scanner. That’s why ADFs are available on cheap printers, they’re basically paper feeders, not a second scanning element.


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