Product Code: IN6585

Plustek 7400 Optic Film Scanner

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Manufacturer Code: IN6585
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Brand:  Plustek
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Plustek 7400 Optic Film Scanner

The Plustek OpticFIlm 7400 is a film scanner for mounted slides and film strips. Up to 4 mounted slides or film strips with up to 6 frames can be inserted into the supplied film holders. With a maximum resolution of 7200dpi, Plustekís new Opticfilm scanner 7400 offer a huge specification with Multi Sampling to minimize noise, ACRTM (Adaptive Colour Restoration) to develop colour diffusion on faded slides/negatives, and SRDTM (Smart Removal of Defects) to lessen and eliminate dust and scratch marks. These features in combination with other comprehensive facilities within the bundled Silver Fast software make the new Plustek OpticFilm 7400 scanner tremendously competent whilst still being an economic option for the devotee or professional photographer.

Plustek 7400 Optic Film Scanner Supported film formats

Mounted 35mm slides or negatives (5 x 5 cm, all established mount thicknesses) up to 4 pcs
35mm film strips with up to 6 frames (positive or negative)
Colour and Black and white
Positives and negatives

Specifications - Plustek 7400 Optic Film Scanner

Optical resolution 7200 dpi
Maximum scan area 36,8 ◊ 25,4 mm
Colour depth - Plustek 7400 Optic Film Scanner 48 Bit
Lamp White LED
Density range - Plustek 7400 Optic Film Scanner D max 3.5
Connection USB 2.0
Dimensions (L x W x H) 272 mm ◊ 120 mm ◊ 119 mm
Weight - Plustek 7400 Optic Film Scanner approx. 1.3 kg

Kit Content
Film scanner Plustek OpticFilm 7400
USB cable
Film holders for mounted slides and film strips
Padded carrying bag
Power supply unit with connection cable
Quick quide for installation
Scan software SilverFast SE Plus
User guide

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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 27 December, 2009.