01-09-2023 08:03 AM - last edited on 01-10-2023 10:48 AM by Danny
Hi, I am trying to scan a translucent playing card on a 9000f.
The card has the normal marking but has a hidden, translucent image, which only shows up when held to a light sources.
Does anyone have any trick, tips or techniques that I could use to scan the hidden image?
Maybe I can't then I'll give up but I feel I am missing something.
Thanks in advance. John
01-09-2023 09:34 AM
Is this some type of hologram or seal? I don't think there is any way to scan this.
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01-09-2023 12:13 PM
Thanks for taking the time to address my enquiry - graphics below of one playing card - then the translucent image underneath it with the aid of a strong light [ hope your not offended by the pic ]
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