This is the same device as the 0x P, but the mode switch on the scanner is in the wrong position, you must move the switch. However, someone started working on this scanner and some information is available see link. Kodak Snapshot Photo Scanner 1. However, it’s detected as mass storage device so just mounting it is reported to work. See link for a project for that scanner taht may support it in future.
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Obsolete, use test asfrascan instead. Please contact me if you own this scanner. Hardware grayscale mode is not used due to poor calibration.
Product ID 0xb only. Multiple cameras supported by the gphoto2 libraries Comment: Also possibly Advent AWL Quite a lot of known bugs. There seem to exist two different scanners with that name. For an explanation of the tables, see the legend. Please contact me if you own such a device. This backend has had only limited testing.
[sane-devel] New unsuppotred device – Umax AstraScan
Same name, but different asfrascan Not supported until now. Hewlett-Packard Photo Scanner Multiple cameras supported by the gphoto2 libraries Comment: Not compatible to snapscan backend. This scanner is not supported. However, at this stage, only a handful of cameras are definitely known to work with SANE.
Is reported to use the E5 chipset.
Also please tell us if your scanner isn’t mentioned in this list at all. Same as and but includes a TA. Same as Microtek Scanport Full flatbed support up to DPI Note: However, someone started working on this scanner and some information is available see link.
SANE: Backends (Drivers)
Transparency adapter not supported yet. However, there may be links to information about them or stand-alone programs. In this case it could be supported by the mustek SCSI backend.
Should be detected but may need some astraascan work in the code. Visioneer Strobe XP Reads PNM files Comment: Only scanners with product id 0x will work; try the gt68xx backend, if your scanner has product id 0x Xerox Travel Scanner There seem to exist two different scanners with that name.
SANE: Supported Devices
Backend updated for SANE release 1. Spot Technology Maxiscan A4. Also serves as example for SANE backend options.