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Hi, I have a problem...my dad bought a camera back in the 1950's, when the salesman told him that 620 film was the way to go! He took thousands of pictures (slides), and had a Bausch & Lomb projector to show them with. Of course, we all know that 35 mm became much more popular, but now my 91 year old mother has all these slides and can't look at them, as NOTHING is made for slides size 2 1/4 x 2 1/4. Does anybody know how we can transfer these old slides?
Thanks so much for any help.