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Plustek 8200i SE

Scanner Film - Dia
Item Nr. 47857
8200i SE 8200i SE
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  • Slide and negative scanner
  • optical resolution of 7200 x 7200 dpi
  • special infrared channel scan iSRD® for optimal dust and scratch removal
  • Multi-Exposure® function for realistic color depths even with the smallest details
  • LED technology for optimal scanning results
  • very long lifetime
  • for ambitious photo amateurs as well as professional photographers
  • TWAIN and WIA compatible
With professional image processing software SilverFast SE Plus 8 with Workflow Pilot and new preview mode.
 
Durable technology and functional engineering
The OpticFilm 8200i SE's LED technology enables optimal and even illumination for even better scanning results. In addition, the service life of the LED light unit is far longer than that of comparable light sources. The two function keys "IntelliScan" and "QuickScan" allow a fast and comfortable operation.
 
The OpticFilm 8200i SE
is the further development of the professional high-end film scanner OpticFilm 7600i SE. The improved hardware is optimally matched to the new SilverFast software included in the scope of delivery. With its high-end SilverFast SE Plus 8 software, the film scanner is aimed directly at photographers and professionals as well as ambitious photo amateurs. The OpticFilm 8200i SE comes up with extremely useful features. A special infrared channel iSRD® (Infrared Smart Removal of Defects) allows fully automatic detection of dust grains, scratches and other damage on the original. In combination with the professional image processing software SilverFast SE Plus 8, the removal of image defects is even easier and much more accurate thanks to the new Workflow Pilot®. The Pilot guides the user through the individual correction steps and provides helpful instructions when using the software. Thanks to the new preview mode, corrections and changes can already be made visible in the preview. Compared to purely software-based solutions, the iSRD® solution is characterized by an unrivaled high hit rate. Added to this is the unique Multi-Exposure® technology, which not only suppresses image noise but also greatly improves the dynamic range of the image. As a result, even the smallest image details come to the fore.

System requirements:
- IBM compatible PC, with Pentium III 1GHz CPU (or higher)
- CD-ROM drive
- one free USB port
- 256 MB RAM (512 MB or more recommended)
- 800 MB hard disk space (1 GB or more recommended)
- High Color graphics card (VGA or higher)
- Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP, Professional,Windows 2000, Vista,
7, MAC OS X 10.5 and higher
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Plustek 8200i SE

Short profile

  • Slide and negative scanner
  • optical resolution of 7200 x 7200 dpi
  • special infrared channel scan iSRD® for optimal dust and scratch removal
  • Multi-Exposure® function for realistic color depths even with the smallest details
  • LED technology for optimal scanning results
  • very long lifetime
  • for ambitious photo amateurs as well as professional photographers
  • TWAIN and WIA compatible

Product description for Plustek 8200i SE

With professional image processing software SilverFast SE Plus 8 with Workflow Pilot and new preview mode.
 
Durable technology and functional engineering
The OpticFilm 8200i SE's LED technology enables optimal and even illumination for even better scanning results. In addition, the service life of the LED light unit is far longer than that of comparable light sources. The two function keys "IntelliScan" and "QuickScan" allow a fast and comfortable operation.
 
The OpticFilm 8200i SE
is the further development of the professional high-end film scanner OpticFilm 7600i SE. The improved hardware is optimally matched to the new SilverFast software included in the scope of delivery. With its high-end SilverFast SE Plus 8 software, the film scanner is aimed directly at photographers and professionals as well as ambitious photo amateurs. The OpticFilm 8200i SE comes up with extremely useful features. A special infrared channel iSRD® (Infrared Smart Removal of Defects) allows fully automatic detection of dust grains, scratches and other damage on the original. In combination with the professional image processing software SilverFast SE Plus 8, the removal of image defects is even easier and much more accurate thanks to the new Workflow Pilot®. The Pilot guides the user through the individual correction steps and provides helpful instructions when using the software. Thanks to the new preview mode, corrections and changes can already be made visible in the preview. Compared to purely software-based solutions, the iSRD® solution is characterized by an unrivaled high hit rate. Added to this is the unique Multi-Exposure® technology, which not only suppresses image noise but also greatly improves the dynamic range of the image. As a result, even the smallest image details come to the fore.

System requirements:
- IBM compatible PC, with Pentium III 1GHz CPU (or higher)
- CD-ROM drive
- one free USB port
- 256 MB RAM (512 MB or more recommended)
- 800 MB hard disk space (1 GB or more recommended)
- High Color graphics card (VGA or higher)
- Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP, Professional,Windows 2000, Vista,
7, MAC OS X 10.5 and higher

Plustek 8200i SE

Technik
Scannertyp
Film- und Diascanner
Scan-Auflösung
7200 dpi
Anschluss
USB
Ausstattung
Scan-Formate
gerahmte Dias
Kleinbild Dia-/Negativstreifen
Durchlichteinheit
ja
Abmessungen und Gewicht
Außenmaße B x H x T ca.
272 x 120 x 119 mm
Gewicht ca.
ohne Angabe
Lieferumfang
Im Lieferumfang
Die Ware wird mit dem Zubehör ausgeliefert, das vom Hersteller als zum Lieferumfang gehörend angegeben wird.
EAN and KAN KAN
EAN
4042485365348
KAN
26208

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