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Jackson Electronics Products Frequently Asked Questions The ScanMaster How do I scan slides? You can scan slides using the JE Transparency Adapter (part number STA8901) available from Jackson Electronics. Where can I find the latest drivers for my ScanMaster? You can download the latest software drivers from the Jackson Electronics Web page. What is the largest sheet that I can scan? 8.5 x 14 inches (216 x 356 mm). How do I fax with my ScanMaster? You can turn your scanner into a fax machine by purchasing the FaxRight add-on component (part number STA4500) available from Jackson Electronics. DigiCam What is the difference between optical and digital zoom? With optical zoom, the Digicam's lens physically moves inside the camera; with digital zoom, the
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Unformatted text preview: camera's processor zooms the image electronically. If you zoom too much, your image will become pixelated. What sort of batteries should I use with the DigiCam? Nickel metal hydride (NiMH) batteries work the best and have the longest lifetime. Nickel-cadium batteries also work very well, as do alkaline batteries. Do not use lithium batteries. What resolution should I use for 4x6-inch photos? We recommend 640x480 for 4x6-inch images, 1024x768 for 5x7-inch photos, and 1600x1200 for 8x10-inch photos. Can the DigiCam be harmed by airport X-ray machines? No, there is no evidence that X-ray machines can affect the performance of the DigiCam or the quality of DigiCam photos....
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