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Pacific Image Intros Film Scanner$399 model handles film strips automatically
The 1800AFL offers an optical resolution of 1,800 DPI, a dynamic range of 3.2 and 42-bit color depth. A film negative can be scanned in 23 seconds. The unit connects via the USB port to an Macintosh running OS 8.6 or later or Windows system capable of supporting USB. Film is loaded through a front slot. For Macintosh, the scanner ships with a plugin for scanning; for Windows, it ships with a TWAIN-compliant driver. It weighs 4.85 pounds and measures 9.37 inches x 4.05 inches x 6.97 inches.
The PF 1800AFL's auto film loader can handle film strips and rolls of up to 40 uncut frames without the use of film holders and uses a batch process to scan the film sequentially.
The included software allows users to view six frames at once and select which frames to scan. It also comes with Adobe Photoshop Elements, Red Eye Remover and Thumbnail Drag and Drop.
For more information, visit http://www.scanace.com.
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