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Scanning graded cards
Using a standard flatbed scanner to scan graded cards may create a blurry image. This is because the scanner focus point is at the glass.

To successfully scan a graded card you need a scanner with CCD technology. Example:

Epson Perfection V3x  ( V30, V37, V370, V500, ...)
Canon Canoscan xx00F (5000F, 5600F, 8400F, 8600F, 9000F)

Those scanners are known to produce crisp scans of graded cards. And they are way faster than typical all-in-one printer-scanners that are notably slow

Reference and pictures:
Starting with release 0.9.21 Kronoscan can import photos:

You no longer need a special scanner to have crisp pictures of you graded cards.