|Media Type||Negatives, Slide|
|Model Name||OpticFilm 8100|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4.72 x 10.71 x 4.69 inches|
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Description of Plustek OpticFilm 8100-35mm Negative Film/Slide Scanner with 7200 DPI and 48-bit Output: Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8, Supports Mac and Windows
The Plustek OpticFilm Digitizer Resolution Photograph is a top-of-the-line scanning solution in the Photo Printers & Photo Scanners category. With its exceptional capabilities and high-resolution detail, this digitizer is designed to bring your 35mm negatives and slides to life. Offering an impressive 7200 DPI 69 MP resolution, it ensures that every tiny detail is accurately captured, resulting in image files that are on par with full-frame DSLR 69 megapixels. Whether you're an avid photographer or a professional looking to reproduce prints up to 20" x 24" or larger, this digitizer delivers outstanding results.
Unmatched Dynamic Range
One of the standout features of the Plustek OpticFilm Digitizer Resolution Photograph is its exceptional ability to capture maximum shadow and light details. With its wide dynamic range, this scanner ensures that no subtlety goes unnoticed. Whether you're working with intricate shadows or high contrast scenes, this digitizer faithfully reproduces every nuance, preserving the true essence of your photographs.
Professional Software Bundle
To enhance your scanning experience, the Plustek OpticFilm Digitizer Resolution Photograph comes bundled with a comprehensive software package. Included are the Plustek QuickScan software and the globally recognized LaserSoft Imaging SilverFast SE Plus 8. With these powerful tools, you have access to professional scanning and image-processing software, enabling you to optimize and enhance your scanned images with ease.
Wide Range of Applications
The versatility of the Plustek OpticFilm Digitizer Resolution Photograph extends beyond its exceptional scanning capabilities. This product finds utility in various fields, making it a valuable tool for professionals and hobbyists alike. Here are some of the areas where this digitizer can be utilized:
Who Can Benefit from the Plustek OpticFilm Digitizer?
The Plustek OpticFilm Digitizer Resolution Photograph is an invaluable asset for a wide range of individuals. Whether you're a photography enthusiast, a professional seeking high-quality reproductions, or an artist in need of accurate digital representations of your work, this digitizer is tailored to meet your needs. With its advanced features, user-friendly interface, and outstanding performance, it empowers users to unlock the full potential of their analog film collection and achieve remarkable results.
✔HIGH RESOLUTION DETAIL - Digitizes 35mm Negatives and Slides at High Quality 7200 DPI 69 MP Resolution, Equally Full-Frame DSLR 69 Megapixels Image Files, Capable of Reproducing Professional Prints Up to 20" x 24" or Larger. ✔DYNAMIC RANGE SHADOW AND LIGHT - Captures Maximum Shadows and High Light Details. ✔PROFESSIONAL SOFTWARE BUNDLE - Bundles with Plustek QuickScan and Worldwide Professional Scanning and Image-Processing Software LaserSoft Imaging SilverFast SE Plus 8. ✔FREE CARRY BAG - Light Weight for Storage and Travel. Includes a Custom Bag to Protect the Scanner from Dust and is Easy to Carry. ✔SUPPORT YOUR PC AND MAC - Supports Windows 7/8/10 and MAC OS x 10.12 to 11.x (Big Sur).
- Handy thing
- Can damage
- Lots of stuff
- Absolutely amazing!
- Robust design
- Few competitors
- Infinitely slow
- ✔HIGH RESOLUTION DETAILS – Digitizes 35mm negatives and slides at 7200dpi resolution and 69MP in high quality, the same resolution as a 69MP full-frame DSLR larger.
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- Excellent scan quality - real optical resolution of 3800 ppi. Much better than flatbeds, which, however, scan medium (and sometimes large) format, and just a little less than the top Nikon with 4000 ppi. Compact, easy to store in a drawer when not in use.
- 0. Does not scan medium and large format) 1. No infrared dust/scratch removal (only critical for color and chromogenic films). 2. Hand-drawn design chains to the chair for the duration of the scan. 3. There is no exact positioning of the frame in the scanner, which is why the position of the frame on the scan changes slightly from time to time. As a result, all photos still have to be cropped manually. 4. To get the maximum resolution, you need to scan at 7200 ppi, and then resize to 3800 on your own. 5. Slow. Scanning a frame at 7200 ppi with multiple exposure takes a very long time - more than 8 minutes. For one film, 36 frames is almost 5 hours of total time! 6. Difficulties with pulling deep shadows on slides. Multiple exposure helps a little, but Nikon, like most other scanners, is very far away.
- Scans briskly, works quietly. Supports multiple exposure, calibration is possible if a target is present. The resolution is higher than any tablet devices. Price.
- The inability to twist the focus. No IR channel. No automatic download.
- Few competitors