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Canon LiDE 700F photo (9600dpi Advanced CCD technology), film and document Scanner

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  • Space-saving LiDE scanner with CIS sensor and 3-way design with flip-out stand
  • 9600x9600dpi film scanning and approx. 12 seconds for A4 full colour scans at 300dpi
  • Configurable EZ buttons for PDF, Copy, Scan, and Emails
  • Creates searchable PDF documents with over 15 language OCR
  • Powered by High Speed USB 2.0 cable
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandCanon
Item Weight2.1 Kg
Product Dimensions29.2 x 40.9 x 4.4 cm
Item model number3297B010AA
SeriesCanoscan LIDE 700 F
Wattage2.5 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB001TTLM6W
Best Sellers Rank 29,750 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.5 Kg
Date First Available10 Oct. 2007
  
Warranty & Support
Warranty, Parts: Replacement parts covered under manufacturer's warranty terms for 12 months from date of purchase

Warranty, Labor: Labour cost covered under manufacturer's warranty terms for 12 months from date of purchase
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Product Description

Product Description

Compact and Stylish 9600 dpi Scanner with Film Scanning Capability.
Become familiar with high-quality and high-speed scanning for documents, prints and 35mm film with the CanoScan LiDE 700F. With a scanner this compact and stylish, its powerful maximum resolution of 9600 x 9600 (Film Optical) dpi1 immediately impresses. You won't believe how easy it is. Its Auto Scan Mode features automatically detect what you're scanning, and save it as a file. The four EZ buttons enable you to scan, copy or create a PDF faster than ever.
For those with a true need for speed the LiDE 700F delivers a letter size colour scan in approximately 12 seconds2! This product also allows you to join the Generation Green initiative featuring low power consumption using the USB cable for both data and power.

Box Contains

  • 1x Airport Extreme Base StationCD with Airport Utility (Mac & Windows)Windows, 802.11n Enabler for Mac OS X v10.4 and Bonjour for WindowsPower cordPrinted and Electronic documentation

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    Customer Reviews

    3.9 out of 5 stars

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    19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Brian Holmes on 21 Sept. 2010
    I bought this to replace an old Canon LiDE 70 as it is no longer supported and there were no 64bit drivers. Amazon despatched the item promptly and it arrived in perfect condition. Set up in Windows 7 (64bit) was simple and I was up and running within a few minutes. I started scanning in some old photos and found the multiple photo scan feature a real time saver. The only problem I have had so far is that, for some reason, the software won't recognise four photos of the size that I am scanning, so I have to load them three at a time. Not a real problem, just a bit odd as the three photos take up the same linear dimensions as the four would on the platen. The advanced features provide a lot of user control and, although I recognise that this is not going to give professional quality scans, it is certainly good enough for me, and I am quite picky!
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    86 of 88 people found the following review helpful By SW rocker on 7 Oct. 2009
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    Bought primarily for copying slides that are starting to deteriorate, I was basically after retaining what images I had, but I was amazed at the sheer quality of the scanned images. The online instructions are very easy to follow and copying time is very quick. One great advantage is not requiring a power cable - all the power this machine needs is supplied via the USB lead. The only drawback in my opinion is the lack of a slide holder - films need to be removed from mounts which is a real pain when the mounts are of the old card type which can't be fitted back together afterwards. But apart from this one small niggle - A LITTLE GEM! Well done once more Canon.
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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Babbage on 3 Nov. 2012
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    I quickly needed a negative scanner so that I could print over 100 5x7" photos for a timeline at my son's funeral, as half his life was pre-digital. The Canon promised more than 3,000 dpi from a negative, but the results were worse than scanning the old 6x4" prints and it took more than 7 minutes per negative! My old Dell V305 scanner/printer did just as well (if not better) from the prints anyway, at 600 dpi.
    I had also hoped to make contact prints from several rows of negatives, so that I could choose which negatives to scan in detail, but this is not possible as the backlight is only the size of one negative, so you have to scan them one at a time. Even if it had given good results it would have taken at least 16 hours to digitise the negatives I needed.
    If I were to attempt this again in the future, I would go for one of the "scanners" that takes a picture of the negative - they claim up to 2,400 dpi and are much quicker, though I don't know if the results are any better than the Canon.
    I arranged for the scanner's return, but the firm used by Amazon to collect it (Yodel) failed to turn up twice, and they didn't have the courtesy to let me know on either occasion despite my waiting in all day on both days. They didn't even apologise on the second occasion. The scanner's still waiting by my front door.
    This has been reported to Amazon, but the returns service has scared me off buying electronic items from them in future.
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    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Margintob on 19 Nov. 2010
    I bought this because it promised ease of use and high quality images, both of which it delivers. AS a complete techno phobe the thought of setting this up and getting it running had me in a cold sweat - no need to worry , within 10 minutes I was rolling out prints from my old scanned family photos.
    Great! As a techno phobe I have no idea how it's done but I love the crisp image reproduction and the speed and ease in operating.
    I have no hesitation in recommending this scanner to expert and beginner alike. Happy scanning!
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    27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Mr. S. D. Halliday on 28 Jan. 2010
    My wife bought this scanner and set it up for her laptop with its Windows XP install and the XP install of our desktop. My wife is studying for a PhD in Art History and she needed a scanner that could
    1) scan high quality productions from art books so that she could create reproductions for assignments, and
    2) create multi-page high quality documents from scanned images and text pages with associated OCR.

    The scanner does achieves these goals well. The facility that allows you to move aside the flap makes scanning thick books (or in my wife's case, bulky art show catalogues) much easier than with our old scanner. Also, the fact that it plugs straight into a USB port for power and communication with the PC make life easier again. That said, we have not yet tried the film scanner, though we plan to do that soon.

    Also, I was slightly annoyed after she bought it because I have been unable to get it to work with Ubuntu Linux - there do not seem to be any easily accessible drivers to get it working there. Hopefully Canon and the Ubuntu team sort this out eventually because the scanner would be much more useful to me if it worked well across platforms. All of this said, it is quick and produces far higher quality digital images than the all-in-ones that I have recently had the displeasure to work with.
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    30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By L. A. Hambrook on 5 Jun. 2010
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    I bought this scanner to replace a Canon 8000F scanner which had given good service for a number of years. There is still nothing wrong with that scanner but I recently upgraded my computer to one which runs under Windows 7 64 bit OS and there are no updated drivers available to let the scanner operate with this OS.
    Although it is wider than the 8000F, the 700F has a lower profile and so appears a less bulky and sleeker machine. Installation was straightforward and the scanner was soon ready to be used. The software includes Canon's own MP Navigator scanning interface as well as Photostudio 6. While I tended to use the Photostudio interface with the 8000F, I now make far greater use of Canon's MP Navigator which I find extremely flexible, allowing me to scan directly into a new Word document or directly into pdf format documents. When scanning into Word I find that the OCR is much improved over that which was associated with the old Photostudio software. I have yet to test Photostudio 6 in this aspect.
    So, as far as scanning documents is concerned this performs brilliantly. However, for a supposed film scanner I find the 700F somewhat less than satisfactory in the manner of actually handling the film. In fact to my mind the method of scanning verges on the eccentric.There is no way of fixing a strip of film in the film holder and actually aligning the frames is not easy and it took me a number of goes to actually capture the selected frame. It seems suitable only for scanning a few frames at a time. But then, perhaps I just need more practice at using the equipment.
    This point apart, however, I have been very pleased with scanner. As a flexible piece of kit which can handle documents and books with ease, scanning into variety of formats I would not hesitate to recommend it.
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