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Jessops appointed for Plustek OpticFilm 7200i UK sales

Jessops appointed for Plustek OpticFilm 7200i UK sales - Plustek, a leading manufacturer of sheet-fed and multi-function scanners, today announces that the OpticFilm 7200i will now be sold in selected Jessops stores as well as in the Jessops’ catalogue and online at www.jessops.com.

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Press release: Plustek appoints Jessops for UK sales

Shooping Lin, sales director at Plustek, said: “Plustek is one of the world’s leading scanner manufacturers and one of our key objectives is to target the UK photography market. The appointment of a strong vendor such as Jessops will help us to raise our profile in this market and make our products readily available to target consumers.”

Carl Smith, printer/scanner product manager at Jessops, commented: ‘The Plustek film scanner fits in well with our product range. We recognise that many of our customers still own film negatives and would like to convert them into digital files. By using the OpticFilm 7200i they will be able to achieve this easily and effectively.”

OpticFilm 7200i – targeted at consumers who want to update their film to a digital format, the OpticFilm 7200 is a film scanner capable of scanning 35mm slides and negatives. It includes iSRD, (Infrared Smart Removal of Defect), for eliminating defects, high optical 7200dpi resolution, USB 2.0 connection and fast scan speed. Plustek’s OpticFilm 7200 easily outperforms other professional film scanners and is priced at £149.99 including VAT.

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mattmatic 11 598
22 Nov 2006 2:55PM

Quote:...easily outperforms other professional film scanners...

That sounds a mighty big claim!

On what basis though? Resolution? Speed? Quality of output? Dynamic range?

Just Google'd for reviews - makes interesting reading Wink

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User_Removed 11 17.9k 8 Norway
22 Nov 2006 3:08PM
Dynamic range isn't that brilliant from what I've read.
mattmatic 11 598
22 Nov 2006 3:12PM
Nor was the actual resolution, from what I've read :-|
knikki91 8 33 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2006 3:51PM
Not Mac compatable :-( and it is easy to "outperfom ther professional scanners" as ther are none at that price. I'll stick to my Nikon and Microtek
User_Removed 11 17.9k 8 Norway
22 Nov 2006 7:05PM
...and me to my Minolta DualScan IV.
30 Nov 2006 10:21PM
Why don't these people use it and THEN comment. I have one and it works just fine.
sejanus 8 1
23 Jul 2007 12:09PM
I'm using one of these now and I have to agree that the people knocking the Plustek can't have used one. It's much quicker than my old Minolta Scan Dual and gives higher definition scans. Also, it comes with a very neat carrying bag that makes it easy to take with you if staying away, or just keeps everything tidy for storage.

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