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The Canon CanoScan 9000F is a high resolution color scanner.

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nice price

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flexible allrounder

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7 EZ Buttons, 9600 dpi CCD Sensor, Auto Document Fix, Auto Scan Mode, Built-In Power Supply, FARE Level 3, Film Scanning (35mm film/120 format film), Gutter Shadow Correction, High-speed Scanning, Lig

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No SilverFast bundle in the US

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The Canon CanoScan 9000F is a high resolution color scanner. It can scan documents at resolutions at up to 9600 x 9600 resolution, and does so using a 48-bit color depth allowing for over 281 trillion possible colors. The software included can use interpolation to increase the resolution up to 19,200 x 19,200 resolution, and it can also automatically fix blurry shots and other common photo errors. FARE Level 3 technology is used for photo restoration, automatically removing cracks and dust during the scanning process itself. The size of the document is automatically detected when scanning and does not need to be set manually. Strips of 35mm film can be scanned using an included guide frame and Film Adapter unit. When scanning books, Gutter Shadow Correction removes the shadow usually seen in the fold of the book. 

Features
  • 9600 x 9600 maximum color resolution (film scanning)
  • 48-bit color depth - over 281 trillion possible colors
  • 19,200 x 19,200 (Interpolated) resolution (software enhanced)
  • 7 EZ Buttons
  • Auto Scan Mode
  • 35mm Film - film scanning guide frame and Film Adapter Unit included - maximum 9600 color dpi
  • Auto Document Fix
  • FARE Level 3
  • Gutter Shadow Correction
  • Max scan size: 8.5 in x 11.7 in
  • USB 2.0 connection
Post Review
J-Katzman
09/14/2010 03:48

EZ Buttons, 9600 dpi CCD Sensor, Auto Document Fix, Auto Scan Mode, Built-In Power Supply, FARE Level 3, Film Scanning (35mm film/120 format film), Gutter Shadow Correction, High-speed Scanning, Light Guide, OCR Text Data Conversion, PDF Password, Sensor Carriage, Super Toric Lens, White LED, Zero Warm-up Time2 Available on the market since a few months, the Canon CanonScan has proven itself a worthy successor of the 8800F. A resolution of 9600dpi for film scanning is claimed. Don't expect to achieve this enormous values in practice, but the CCD sensors capture enough details for large printing. The white LEDs are a bright, but energy saving light source, that needs no warm-up time. The 9000F is quiet, fast and comfortable to use. It scans also any original, reflective as well as transmissive material; different film holders are included. The scanner i available for around $ 240,- Wow, what a prize. Remember how expensive the quality scanners were some years ago. It seems, that the 9000F is bundled with SilverFast in europe, unfortunately not in the US. SilverFast is the best scanner software you can get, but it's quite expensive. http://www.silverfast.com/product/Canon/729/en.html I recommend the CanoScan 9000F to anyone looking for an all-round device, at least taking also the cheapest SilverFast SE version. Ambitious photographers should update to a higher version including IT8 color calibration for a color-true CMS. If you're going to scan no photographies at all, but 35mm slides and negatives only, then a dedicated film scanner like the Plustek 7600i would be the better choice. best Katzman J.

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