This scanner was donated to Noisebridge.
The HP Photosmart Photo Scanner is a compact, lightweight, high-quality scanner designed specifically for scanning photographs. It can scan prints up to 5 x 7 inches (127 mm x 178 mm), 35 mm mounted slides, and 35 mm negative strips (up to four negatives per strip).
 Product features
- High quality black and white and color scanning of photos, slides, and negatives.
- Scans reflective media (photographs/prints) up to 5 x 7" at 300 dpi.
- Scans transmissive 35 mm media (slides and negatives up to 4 negatives per strip) at 2400 dpi.
- Powerful image-editing software, Microsoft’s (R) "Picture-It!," and CD-ROM learning products (U.S. only) is included, making it easy to explore endless creative possibilities.
- Supports PCs using the Microsoft Windows 95 operating system.
- Compliments HP’s photographic quality printers.
 Scanner specifications
- Media types: Prints up to 5 x 7 inches, color and monochrome, 35 mm slides and 35 mm negatives up to 6 negatives per strip.
- Maximum size: Prints 5 x 7 inches (127 x 179 mm)
- 35 mm negatives 35 mm, 4 exposure strip
- 35 mm slides 35 mm, single mounted slide
- Optical resolution: Print Media 300 pixels per inch, 3 color
- Negative Media 2400 pixels per inch, 3 color
- Slide Media 2400 pixels per inch, 3 color
- Pixel depth: 30-bits (10-bits per color)
- Average time to Scan: Preview scan 10 seconds
- Final scan 40 seconds
- Scaling: Bilinear
- Light source: External electrode Xenon Fluorescent
- Interface: Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) supplied with scanner
- Image processing options: Rotate, straighten, color correction, exposure correction
 Calibration card
A problem with the scanner is it asks for a calibration card every 20 scans. Currently the scanner doesn't have a card. This is sad. A replacement card is around $200.
Here is a scan of the card, also it seems like one could just use a white card.
 Windows support
It looks like folks have gotten the thing to work under XP with a Ratoc USB to SCSI adapter.
 Linux support
Apparently there's support for Linux.
 Mac support