How to scan documents with your digital camera

You can use Snapster to scan documents with your digital camera and Snapster’s scanned images are comparable to those generated by flatbed scanners.

How to scan documents with your digital camera

We already have a few other software to help us scan documents, business cards and other bits and pieces of printed items with our digital cameras; today we got another one and this time it is one of the best I have discovered so far.

The new scanning software is Snapter and what makes it cool is because it has the ability to automatically correct photos (crop, stretch and flatten raw photos) and convert them into acceptable new images (at least by my standards) that look more or less like those scanned images generated by flatbed scanners. Take note that Snapster can convert photos into new scanned images in either one of the following formats; PDF, JPG, TIFF and a few others.

Snapster is not actually free but you can continue to use its free trial copy for as long as you like but expect to see watermarks embedded on some of your scanned images after your trial period have ended. :)


Snapster only works on Windows XP and Vista.
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Anonymous said...

Have you try it?

Saidul A Shaari said...


Yes, I have given Snapster a quick test drive and I love it. Give it a try.

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