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CanoScan 8800F Film Scanner
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- Quality -4800x9600 dpi and 48 bit input/output
- Speed -Scan an A4 in 300dpi in approx. 7 sec.
- Zero Warm-up
- Film scanning -Adapter for 12 x 35mm filmstrip, 4 x 35 mm mounted slides, 120 format (max. 6 x 22 cm)
- Formats -Scan to editing software, e-mail, PDF or PC
- Design -Compact and slim
- Easy operation -7 EZ buttons
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This top-of-range film, photo document scanner is designed for photographers and creative agencies needing versatile scanner productivity: exceptional quality at the highest speed, with Zero Warm-up time.
This top-of-range film, photo and document scanner is designed for photographers and creative or graphic agencies needing versatile scanner productivity. Advanced features ensure exceptional quality at the highest speed, with Zero Warm-up time.See all Product description
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I read a lot of reviews before choosing this scanner, and it really has delivered what I was looking for - a simple solution to achieving top quality images from old photographs. I am amazed at how much detail can be retrieved from my old pictures using this combination of scanner and software. The ability to scan colour negatives is crucial here: they have survived much better than the prints originally struck off them.
I find the only drawback, if it is one, is the time I now spend removing imperfections such as dust and scratches from my old slides and negatives, and adding metadata: scanning is only the first part of quite a lengthy process. The end results are truly impressive though, and I would thoroughly recommend this scanner to anyone wanting to digitise their photographic archive.
The results have been good and being able to scan 4 slides at once. The latest Cannon 64 bit driver interface for Windows 7 were installed together with the bundled photo processing applications. In short, these were not good enough for when trying to colour correct old slides so I used PSP 12 and it's multiplicity of options to get satisfactory results.
Part of the problem was the Agfa transparencies which always did have a bit of a blue cast but this had increased enormously with age. Kodak ones had survived much better and the bundled applications would have been OK for these. I have also scanned some colour negatives and the results were very impressive.
On scanning good quality colour photographs, the quality was amazing in terms of true colour reproduction. Scanning is almost instant as LED's are use for the light source.
The scanner is well worth 5 stars but the processing applications only 3. The Cannon drivers and interface is included in the 5 stars but the latest ones had to be downloaded
It's great to have the ability to scan slides and old negatives and, again, this is quicker and I can go for up to 9600 dpi, although 1200 is what I normally use.
The Silver Fast software is impressive and I'd like to use it but it has a habit of freezing on me - something to do with the part of the program that grabs the scans. This may be because of conflicts on my XP system or perhaps Norton doesn't like what it's doing. However, the regular CanoScan software does pretty much the same job and it's rather simpler to get into that Silver Fast.
It's possible to scan two old box camera negatives (6x9 cm) in the 120 negative holder.
This scanner was recommended as a "Best buy". We bought.
It's simple to use, does high quality scans. The software recognises business cards as individual items and saves them as such. Brilliant! I can scan eight cards at a time.
If you want to scan a lot of multipage docs a scanner with a feed would be better, but for home and small office use, this is superb.
The slide and 120 film holder work well.
The scan is fairly quick - I think it will be even quicker when I have experimented with the possible resolutions. At the moment I have it on the highest setting, which is probably unnecessary for my purposes of showing on a 22" monitor.
Colour and sharpness are far superior to my previous HP scanner. Good quality slides are fine without any tweaking - I use the included Photoshop Elements software for image adjustment of poor images.
This software is a huge bonus, included in the price of the scanner.
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