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Despite its diminutive size, the LiDE 25 is big on resolution. Whether you are scanning documents or photos, the 1200 x 2400dpi¹ and 48 bit colour depth specification accurately reproduces every fine detail and subtle shade. Your pin sharp results will be suitable for enlargements and post-scan image editing.
A 'Scan to PDF' function scans documents straight to PDF (Portable Document Format), speeding up your work flow and doing away with the need for extra conversion software. A floating palette of PDF pages is created, which can be arranged or ordered at will. Text is automatically embedded in PDF files at time of scanning, allowing editing and searching.
Because not everything you need to scan comes in a convenient size, the LiDE 25 incorporates an innovative double hinged Z-lid. The lid keeps an even pressure on whatever you place on the glass, making it ideal for scanning thick documents, magazines and books - even small packages.
Canon's QARE Level 3 is your on-board photo print correction system. Dust and scratches are automatically detected and corrected, saving hours of manual retouching. Faded colour, excessive graininess and poor exposure can also be corrected.
LiDE 25's fast and convenient Multi-Photo Mode² creates individual automatically cropped files from a single scan pass of up to 10 separate photos, business cards or other originals. It even de-skews images automatically, saving precious time that would otherwise be spent carefully aligning photos on the glass prior to scanning.
Software supplied includes ArcSoft PhotoStudio image editing and OmniPage SE OCR. To help keep you organised, CanoScan Toolbox sits always-at-the-ready on your desktop, allowing you to customise the three EZ-buttons for common functions, such as copying, scanning direct to e-mail and straight to PDF.
A fully usb scanner which doesn't require an extra plug very easily to use and very low maintence, being powered by usb also made it very easy to store, i ended up selling it after... Read morePublished 6 months ago by TallerPaul
Fast delivery. Everything included for use, just plug and play. Much easier to use thae my old scanner. Happy with both the company and the kit.Published 20 months ago by Ian Hardie
I got this scanner a few years ago and its still going. Its USB powered and I unplug it when its not in use. Read morePublished on 28 Sep 2010 by Dr TuxWang
A good plug and play scanner good for all basic tasks; copying, scanning etc. Easy to set up and easy to navigate menus, ideal for the non expert. Read morePublished on 22 Feb 2009 by Michael B
Bought this as a cheap and cheerful space saving, reasonably high res scanner for graphics and photos. 1st one broke after 2 days!!! Read morePublished on 16 Jan 2009 by Mark Twain
This scanner is a good choice for those who just want something lightweight and simple to use. If you are looking for good quality colour scans of images you would do better to pay... Read morePublished on 27 Dec 2008 by B. Hamilton
Good quality basic Canon scanner. No bells and whistles, no fuss, plug it in, scan some photos, bish bash bosh. Bought it six months ago and it's still scanning away happily. Read morePublished on 3 Dec 2008 by J. M. Simpson
I bought an earlier version of this scanner in (I think) 2000. The current version is the same size, makes the same amount of noise, has the same speed and costs the same. Read morePublished on 11 Nov 2008 by Jens
this not a bad scanner easy to use & install, the only this about this scanner it very noisy. a part from that i glad to brought.Published on 1 Sep 2008 by mr kerry lyon