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Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II Colour Scanner
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- Professional film, photo, slide and document scanner
- High quality scanning: 9600x9600dpi for film, 4800x4800dpi for photos and documents
- Fast photo and document scanning: approx. 7 sec for A4 colour at 300 dpi
- High speed film scanning: approx. 18 sec for 35mm negative at 1200 dpi
- Versatile handling: 12x35mm film strip, 4x35mm mounted slides and 120 format film max. 6x22cm (filmstrip only)
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Professional scanning with up to 9600dpi resolution and high speed film scanning This professional film, photo, slide and document scanner offers simple, fast and versatile scanning of exceptional quality with zero warm-up, one-touch operation and auto image correction.
CanoScan 9000F Mark II Scanner
35mm Film Adaptor Unit
Slide Adaptor Unit
120 Film Adaptor Unit
Software and Setup CD ROM
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In typical Amazon style the scanner arrived very quickly and was extremely simple to both install and get running. Having being extremely happy with my previous scanner [ which was virtually identical] I was expecting to be presented with the same simple Scan Gear software that came with the 8800F and was surprised to find I was not; instead I discovered a program entitled My Image Garden - more of this later! Sadly, unlike our cousins over the Atlantic we in Europe don't get free bundled Adobe Photoshop software with our Cano Scan 9000F's, and yet we pay pound per dollar for the hardware!
Let me say that the Cano Scan 9000F is NOT a compact slim device but a serious chunk of technology that's over 18" long, 10" wide, and 4" deep so it does demand some serious desk space. Let me also say that for anyone that's satisfied with the results of a run of the mill combined printer/scanner this chunk of hardware is definitely OTT. However for those who need fast [about 7 second from cold] high quality scans [up to 4800dpi], and particularly those who need to scan negatives, photographs, or film strips in both 35mm and medium format, this is a remarkable good scanner for the money.
As with my previous machine the new Canon uses LED lighting and thus warms up in mere seconds. However there have been some improvements in both design and software and these include the lack of a "power brick" [why cant everybody do this?] the neat way in which the lid stays up on its own [ a boon if doing a batch of scans] and the ability to scan objects up to about an inch thick - so copying the odd page from a text book is a doddle.Read more ›
Although there are some things I'd like to tweak, particularly the sharpness of the scans which can be a little soft, this may be because I haven't yet got fully to grips with the software settings. Aside from that, I find that running the scans through LightRoom means that I can very quickly produce pictures that are certainly good enough for on line viewing.
What has been a revelation is that pictures that I have long thought to be dreadful with blown out highlights and poor contrast turn out to be pretty decent when the negs. are scanned, the original poor quality prints being a result of the developers' machines averaging out every exposure. That, of course, is why slides where preferred for decent results and I'm happy to say that scanning slides is as quick and easy as negatives. The consequence is that pics from assorted gigs in the early nineteen eighties turn out to be quite usable rather than the over-exposed mess I had thought them to be.
Similarly, all those old pics with an orange cast because of tungsten lightbulbs are easily colour corrected (using LightRoom, I haven't bothered with the Canon software).
It is excellent for Black and white negs.
Although I have some reservations about the sharpness of the results if the aim is to produce critical quality prints, I am conscious that this is not a full price professional machine but one for home use and I have given 5* on that basis.
It took me about half an hour to get the CanoScan up and running with Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 (PSE) under Windows 7. There were no problems at all. The CanoScan can be used without PSE (and My Image Garden). One has to remember to unlock the CanoScan mechanics with the slider at the top right of the platen and similarly when finished to lock it again for transport.
I did four comparative tests using the supplied ScanGear driver (version 19.0.2, LLD version 18.104.22.168), a Canon Pixma MG 5450 three-in-one printer, and a test negative of a photo taken with an Olympus OM 2N with an Olympus Zuiko 50mm OM f1.2 lens on Fujicolor ASA 200 film.
(1) I scanned a negative with 3,400 dpi output resolution and saved it as a JPEG file with setting 11 in PSE (very high quality). This resulted in an image size of 44,541 KB, file size 3,591 KB, and dimensions 4,805 x 3,184. These numbers are comparable with those produced by a Canon EOS 1D Mark 4 top-of-the-range digital camera. The image was well focused and resolved details, such as bricks in a wall, and buds on a shrub.
(2) I also saved the scan from (1) in no-loss TIF format. On screen the resultant image looked the same but the storage requirement was that of the image size. On my computer screen it looked no better than the one from test (1). These two tests greatly exceed the capability of my printer.
(3) I scanned the negative again with 2,600 dpi output resolution and saved it as a JPEG file with setting 6 (medium quality) in PSE. The image size was 25 MB.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are a great scanner , very flexible and fully supported on Windows 10. This will scan slides, negatives and photos with great quality. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Mr. Karl Harrison
A bit complicated to master at first but fantastic results and easy to use once you get to grips with it.Published 22 days ago by Dr M Clement
Do not purchase this unless you like blurred images, muddy colours and flat feeling images. If you are just using this to scan memory pics from the past then there are much cheaper... Read morePublished 1 month ago by carpediemavi
This is the best scanner I've ever used having primarily got it to scan hundreds of negatives in the 120 film format, shot on my father's old Roleiflex, but as a bonus I can also... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ms. Jameela Siddiqi
Fast, accurate, robust and more than man enough for the toughest scanning jobs. Possibly a bit big for some people but as a desktop ~ hard to beat for the moneyPublished 1 month ago by Nick Walker
I had a slide film which I wanted to scan into my computer. Having purchased this machine I was keen to use it and I put it on auto and left it to work. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. R. Evans
Bought it to replace a completely serviceable CanoScan 8400F for which Canon irritatingly wouldn't update the drivers. It works, and it works well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by njh