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Pacific Imaging Debuts Film Scanner48-bit scanner offers 3,600 DPI resolution
The PF3650Pro3 offers a color depth of 16 bits per channel and an optical resolution of 3,600 DPI. It also offers a dynamic range of 3.4, with the ability to capture full black (0.0) to full white (4.0). Incorporated into the scanner are two imaging technologies from Applied Science Fiction: Digital ICE3 and the newly announced Digital GEM. Digital ICE eliminates scratches, dust, fingerprints and other imperfections, while Digital GEM is designed to reduce noise and grain without detracting from image detail.
The PF3650PRO3 includes FireWire and USB 2.0/1.1 connectivity and is compatible with Adobe Photoshop and other image editors. According to PIM, the scanner works with Mac OS 9 and WIndows systems. A Mac OS X update will be made available through the company's support site, though no timeframe has been announced. For more information, visit http://www.scanace.com.
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