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Specifications

Media
Negatives and positives, in color and monochrome
35mm slides
Slides with mounts 1.0 - 3.2mm thick, 49 - 50.8mm wide; optional SLIDE FEEDER SF-210 can be used to scan up to 50 slides with mounts 1.5mm thick
35mm film strips
2 - 6 frames (2 - 40 frames with optional ROLL FILM ADAPTER SA-30); strips of 1 - 6 frames can be scanned with optional STRIP FILM HOLDER FH-3
APS (IX240) film
Slides with mounts 1.0 - 3.2mm thick can be scanned with optional 120/220 MOUNTED FILM HOLDER FH-869M
Preparates (slide glass for microscope)
Prepared slides (26 x 76mm, 0.8 - 1.5 mm thick) can be scanned with optional MEDICAL SLIDE HOLDER FH-G1
Aperture/Scan range/Effective aperture
MA-21, SF-210
25.1 x 36.8mm/3,946 x 5,782 pixels/Same as slide mount
SA-21, SA-30
25.1 x 38.0mm/3,946 x 5,959 pixels/23.4 x 36.0mm
IA-20 (S)
18.6 x 28.4mm/2,916 x 4,453 pixels/16.1 x 27.4mm
Scanning system
Fixed film, movable plane single-pass optical scanning system
Light source
R, G, B and Infrared (IR) LEDs
Image sensor
3,964-pixel, two-line linear CCD image sensor
Color separation
Performed by RGB LEDs
Optical resolution
Up to 4,000 pixels per inch
A/D conversion
16 bits per color
Density range
4.8
Output
Full color or greyscale at 8 or 16 bits per channel
Focus
Auto and manual; autofocusing point selectable
Interface
USB 2.0
Power requirements
AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
Operating environment
Temperature:10 - 35°C (50 - 95°F)
Relative humidity:20 - 60%
Dimensions
96 x 172 x 315mm (3.8 x 6.8 x 12.4 in.) (W x H x D)
Weight (approx.)
3kg (6.6 lbs)
Orientation
Horizontal or vertical (with SF-210: horizontal only; with SA-30: vertical only)
Scanning time
Preview: 11 seconds
Scan*: 20 seconds
(time to complete preview or scan when no options selected)
  • *Includes time required to display the scanned image

Specifications are subject to change without any notice or obligation on the part of the manufacturer. April 2005