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Reflecta RPS 7200 Professional - Film/Slide Scanner
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- RPS-7200 Professional scanner
- Amazing resolution of 7200x7200 dpi
- 48 bit colour of depth
- USB port
- Offers the highest resolution at favourable price
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RPS 7200 - 7200 x 7200 DPI, 48-bit, 3.6 Dmax, USB 2.0, 24.3 x 36.5 mm
The RPS-7200 PROFESSIONAL offers the highest resolution and simultaneously a favourable price. The scanner increases the productivity by using the btch scanning possibility. The amazing resolution of 7200x7200 dpi and its enormous flexibility mkes this scanner as first choice for demanding jobs in imaging and editorial offices, photo studios, graphic studios, science institutes and also in the home sector
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It turned out to be a bit of a software joust (PC Windows 7) - the install.exe file referred to in the manual is not on the CD and has been replaced by a WindowsInstaller.msi file. I was initially unable to find some of the menu options and had to download an updated manual from Reflecta. A second pre-scan then saw the system freeze and continue to do so until the version 5.08 software supplied was uninstalled and replaced by version 5.11.65 downloaded from Reflecta.
The installer asks you where you would like to install the software but ignores what you enter and installs to \windows\twain_32\CyberviewX anyway. Important in this case as different Reflecta scanners use different versions of Cyberview. I had tried to install on a second PC during efforts to resolve the problems and my bext job is to restore Cyberview for the slide scanner used with that machine.
Prompt support from Reflecte help line but I shouldn't have needed it.
ScanDig a German specialist optical mail order company provides good descriptions of their products, but even they were not precise enough for my needs. Perhaps Amazon shd put the machines operating manuals on line so customers can see the full detail, and avoid buying what they dont need.
Amazons returns policy works very well - but it is a slow way to find out