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as of 11/26/2020 (Details)
The Pacific Image PowerFilm CCD Flim Scanner is designed to convert large numbers of 35mm film strips into digital files that can be searched, processed, printed, or delivered electronically. With its impressive optical resolution of 24MP and 48-bit data conversion, the PowerFilm delivers digital files that remain true to the original images. - Automatic batch filmstrip scanning You can walk away while it works. The max. number of frames per batch scan is 60 frames (10 film strips per batch each strip has a max. of 6 frames) - 24 MP image quality Comparable to high-end DSLR camera, with 24M resolution you can output a print size of 20.0 x 13.3 inches at 300 dpi - Better image quality than scanning photo prints Photo prints are very low resolution, scanning them even with a high end photo scanner will still not provide you with a high quality digital image like scanning the original film will. Photo prints offer only about 260 dpi, whereas scanning a film you can capture the full 2000+dpi per inch using this film scanner - Fast and efficient, saves time! High speed scanning: 24 sec./frame @ 6MP, fast scan speeds makes quick work of boxes of old negatives, The 6MP fast scan setup is great for print reproductions up to 10.0 x 6.7 inches at 300dpi. - Makes scanning easy & relaxing. The most convenient and easy to use 35mm batch film scanner, simply load the films, set up the software with your particulars and select scan, now you are free to do other things instead of being tied to the computer Minimum System Requirements PC Intel i5 2.53 GHz or higher Windows 7/8/10 32&64 bit 4 GB RAM (4 GB or more highly recommended) 30 GB and more available hard disk space High-speed USB 2.0 port MAC Mac OS X 10.7 and higher, PowerPC NOT supported 4 GB RAM (4 GB or more highly recommended) 30 GB or more hard disk space High-speed USB 2.0 port
Do you want ot get the Pacific Image PowerFilm Automatic 35mm Film Scanner – Batch scanning up to 10 Film Strips (6 Frames) at Once, 3-line RGB Linear CCD Sensor, 24MP, 48-bit?