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Agfa showing their minilab range at Focus 2003

Agfa showing their minilab range at Focus 2003 - Agfa gave their minilab range a huge boost at photokina and at Focus will be providing UK based processing specialists with the chance to check the machines out.

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Agfa gave their minilab range a huge boost at photokina and at Focus will be providing UK based processing specialists with the chance to check the machines out.

The d-lab.2 digital minilab offers a great variety of profitable image output options, including prints on high-quality CN photographic paper up to the poster format of 30 x 45 cm and the optional "Agfa Pix Film on CD". It has a capacity of 1,200 prints per hour (10 x 15 cm format) and thus belongs in the mid-range performance class. d-lab.2 also directly processes digital image data stored on CD-ROM, ZIP disk, floppy disk, PCMCIA card, SmartMedia card, CompactFlash card, Memory Stick or MicroDrive.

The Agfa Image Cube offers a simple solution to handling problems caused by the huge array of memory cards available. With an Image Cube, the customer himself quickly and easily produces a CD-ROM containing the image and order data which is then put into the job envelope like a film and sent off to the laboratory. The Image Cube reads all commonly used data carriers including CompactFlash, SmartMedia, Multimedia Card, Memory Stick, Secure Digital Card. The standard Agfa Image Cube operates exclusively in the "Print All" mode, while the Agfa Image Cube Select also offers a "Preview and Select" function.

Agfa's digital minilab d-lab.3 was designed specifically for minilab operators who not only need a high-speed lab with outstanding print quality, but also, says Agfa, want to stand out from the competition by offering a variety of digital services. It automatically produces "outstanding prints" and thus ensures efficient utilisation of its capacity of 1,700 prints per hour (in 4" x 6" format from CN film).

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