ScanPro 3000

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HD 26MP Camera
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The ScanPro 3000 Digital Microfilm Scanner - Highest Optical Resolution Scanner With The Clearest Image.

High Resolution

The ScanPro 3000 microfilm scanner features a True 26 megapixel camera*, nearly twice the optical resolution of any microfilm scanner. The ScanPro 3000's camera uses proprietary technology developed by e-ImageData to capture 26 Megapixels* of optical image information using a conventional sensor. This provides customers with exceptional image quality never before seen in the micrographics industry, and all at an affordable price. The optical resolution is over 500dpi on a letter page and saved files are both archival-quality and small in size. 

(*6.6 MP image sensor x 4 with integrated pixel-shifting technology)

Powerful Software

The ScanPro 3000 features a customisable interface that keeps the tool bar simple. Just load your film, click the Film Selection Wizard to automatically set up your scanner, and voilà — your scanner is set up with only the tool bar controls needed for that particular film. The interactive on-screen help menu is always available at your fingertips for questions or more information about how to use any button control. Use the spot-edit feature for live image editing of selected text and pictures while all other areas remain unchanged. In addition, the AUTO-Adjust tool automatically straightens the on-screen image and properly adjusts brightness and contrast, making your image clear and easier to work with. Some patrons have referred to this as the “magic button” but we assure you, no magic is required.

True Optical Zoom

Optical zoom magnification -The ScanPro microfilm scanners have the highest optical zoom magnification range of any microfilm scanner on the market, 7x to 54x or the optional 7x to 105x. What to look for: There are two methods of zooming, optical and digital. Optical zoom enlarges the document image without sacrificing resolution. Digital zoom (also called just “magnification”) enlarges the document image using software resulting in a significant loss in resolution and image clarity. Why optical zoom magnification is important. 1. Optical zoom makes it possible to work seamlessly with many different film types and many different film image sizes, completing look-ups and doing research easily and quickly. 2. Optical zoom makes it possible to magnify and inspect small detail on the film without loss of resolution and image clarity. 3. The greater the optical zoom range the greater the versatility of the microfilm scanner

  • Standard Configuration
    Microfiche / Aperture Cards Only
  • Standard + UCC510
    + Motorised 16/35mm Roll Film
  • Standard + UCC610
    + Motorised 3M Cartridge, 16/35mm Roll Film
  • All-In-One
    + UCC510 / 610 + Auto Carrier
  • Optional Hardware
    Auto-Fiche Carrier (Automatic Microfiche Scanning) - *More Info*
  • Optional Software
    Advantage Membership Package
  • Optional Plug-Ins
    Advantage Membership Package
  • PC Compatability

  • Standard Warranty
    1 Year


Ask a Question
  • What specs does the computer need to have to run this properly?

    Hi Zachary,
    The PC requirements will depend on what configuration of Scanner you have; for detailed information please go to the following link.

    If you need any more information please feel free to call me back on 017 3724 2484 or email me on
    Regards David Tanti

  • what is the scanning speed for the Scanpro 3000


    With the AUTO-Scan® (Included) to scan roll film the speed is unlimited scans, up to 20 scans per minute.
    With the optional AUTO-Scan® Pro, it is unlimited scans, up to 100 scans per minute for roll film. (This now part of the Advantage Pro Package)

    Please feel free to email me directly at

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