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Plustek OpticFilm 7400, 7600iSE & 7600Ai

Plustek OpticFilm 7400, 7600iSE & 7600Ai - Scan and preserve your cherished memories into HD digital formats with new Plustek Opticfilm 35mm scanners.

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Plustek OpticFilm 7400
Plustek OpticFilm 7400
Press Release:

With a maximum resolution of 7200dpi, Plustek’s three new Opticfilm scanners, 7400, 7600iSE and 7600Ai offer a huge specification with Multi Sampling to minimize noise, ACRTM (Adaptive Colour Restoration) to improve colour saturation on faded slides/negatives, and SRDTM (Smart Removal of Defects) to reduce and remove dust and scratch marks. These features in combination with other comprehensive facilities within the bundled Silver Fast software, make the new Plustek OpticFilm 7400, 7600iSE and 7600Ai scanners extremely capable whilst still being an economic option for the enthusiast or professional photographer.

New LED lightsources give the Plustek OpticFilm 7400/7600 range of 35mm film scanners the capability to produce more vivid and precise colour rendering without the usual warm up time, whilst updated circuitry adds greater power saving and efficiency together with a reduction in scanning times of up to 40%.

Plustek OpticFilm 7600iSE
Plustek OpticFilm 7600iSE
For Photographers looking for the best quality scans, the 7600 iSE incorporates an infra red scan to assist the iSRDTM (infra red Smart Removal of Defects) facility, whilst the 7600Ai version also incorporates Silver Fast Ai Studio software with its advanced & comprehensive professional tool-set, together with an IT8 Target for calibrated workflow.

The Plustek OpticFilm 7400, 7600iSE and 7600Ai are available now from specialist Photographic retailers with suggested retail prices of £199.99, £269.99 and £379.99 respectively. For more information please visit the Intro 2020 website.
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User_Removed 14 17.9k 8 Norway
3 Sep 2009 6:52PM
This link will be of more use to those interested...

That said - the Dynamic Range on the 'top-of-the-range' model is still a very 'middling' 3.5.

My old Konica Minolta ScanDual IV is far better with a DR of 4... eBay can be one's friend here.


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toph 8
4 Sep 2009 3:20AM
This misinformation regarding the dynamic range of the Konica Minolta Scan Dual IV has been propagating for years. From the manufacturer:

Question: What is the dynamic range?
Answer: It is 3.6 (actual measurement).

The 4.8 (calculated) figure came about by a simple calculation of how much dynamic range could theoretically be represented by 16-bit color (2^16 ~ 10^4.8).

It's amazing how numbers can distort one's perception.

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