Kodak RFS 3570 Plus Film Scanner

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NEWS OCTOBER 18 , 2000
Kodak Offers Trade-in Program for Film Scanner
RFS 3570 Plus buyers can get up to $1,500 back

by David Nagel
Executive Producer
[email protected]

Kodak Professional has started offering upgrade and crossgrade programs for the purchase of its relatively new RFS 3570 Plus Film Scanner. The deal lets users of certain older Kodak film scanners, as well as film scanners from other manufacturers, trade in their equipment for rebates of up to $1,500.

Scanners eligible for tradein include:

  • KODAK RFS 3570/$1,500
  • KODAK RFS 2035 Plus/$1,000
  • KODAK RFS 2035/$500
  • MINOLTA DIMAGE Scan Speed/$500
  • MINOLTA DIMAGE Scan Elite/$500
  • MINOLTA DIMAGE ScanMulti/$500
  • NIKON CoolScan 3/$500
  • NIKON Super CoolScan 2000/$500
  • NIKON LS-4500 AF Multi-Format/$500
  • POLAROID Sprint Scan 35/LE/$500
  • POLAROID Sprint Scan 4000/$500
  • POLAROID Sprint Scan 35 Plus/$500
  • POLAROID Sprint Scan 45I Multiformat/$500
  • CANON CANOSCAN FS-2710/$500
  • MICROTEK AS 4000t/$500

Included with the scanner is Kodak ColorFlow Image Acquire Software, which allows the user to apply ICC-compliant profiles at the time of scanning or to archived images. It works with the RFS 3570 Plus film scanner to provide image conversion directly to other color spaces, such as RGB, sRGB, CIELab and CMYK. There are also input profiles included for Kodak Professional films and output profiles for a wide array of monitors, output devices and standardized color separations, such as SWOP, SNAP and Euroscale. A multi-format configuration provides up to a 2,000 x 3,000 resolution scan at 12 bits per channel.

The trade-in deal is valid through Dec. 15. For more information, visit http://www.kodak.com/go/professional.

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