Used the Flip-Pal mobile scanner last night to scan a Vietnam era Platoon picture. Orginal was approximately 14x24. Stitching the software was as easy as selecting all the photos, it took 12 scans for this particular picture, and selecting stitch.
It was that easy. The scanned jpg (@600dpi) was cleaner and clearer than the original.
Found out today that the orientation of the scan is not important, the stitching software still recognizes it and puts it back together.
Have to leave Rootstech early today so I can scan an old family album in Milton, Ut. I understand that all the pictures are behind plastic. Should not be a problem.