The table below is a quick comparison chart to show the features between the model range. The table does not show every feature available, please see model specific brochures for more detailed information.
|Model||Camera ResolutionThis is the Optical Resolution that the camera captures an image||Scan Resolution This is the amount of detail captured in a scan measured in Dots Per Inch||Optical ZoomThis is the physical zoom range that the lens can be adjusted between. Optical Zoom produces better quality images||Focus LockProvides continual image focus at all times (even during optical zoom). Provides exceptional convenience and ease-of-use.||Optical RotationAllows Physical Rotation of the Lens for Portrait / Landscape View. Optical Rotation allows full resolution of the image sensor in any orientation.||Digital RotationDigital Rotation is handled by the software, allows 90° rotation per click||Spot Edit Feature(live editing provides speed and accuracy): Select any area (or multiple areas) then adjust brightness, contrast, redact or whiteout for any selection||Auto Adjust FeatureAdjusts brightness, contrast, straightens, and crops with one click!||Auto scanAllows automatic scanning of microfilm (up to 10 scans per minute)||Auto Scan ProAllows automatic scanning of microfilm (up to 55 scans per minute)||OCR Single Page PDFOptical Character Recognition, Allows A Scanned PDF Image to Become Readable by Software Programs||OCR Multi-Page PDFOptical Character Recognition, Allows A Scanned PDF Image to Become Readable by Software Programs|
|ScanPro 1100||6.6MP||150 - 1200dpi||7x - 54x|
|ScanPro 2200||6.6MP||150 - 1200dpi||7x - 32x|
|ScanPro 2200 Plus||6.6MP||150 - 1200dpi||7x - 105x||Optional||Optional|
|ScanPro 3000||26MP||150 - 1200dpi||7x - 105x||Optional||Optional|
|ScanPro i9300 Blip Film Reader||26MP||150 - 1200dpi||7x - 105x||Optional||Optional|