The ScanPro 2200 is the best value microfilm scanner on the market today. It comes with all the features you need to work with your film and fiche.
The ScanPro 2200 has the same robust design as the ScanPro 3000, and is built for the rigours of public use. If you are looking for a microfilm scanner and don’t need the automatic and special features found ScanPro 3000, the ScanPro 2200 microfilm scanner is what you are looking for.
Key Features of the ScanPro 2200 include:
6.6 megapixel camera: 6.6 mp sensor, largest in the industry and over 7 times larger than the nearest competitor
Supports film, fiche, jackets, aperture cards and micro opaques
Intuitive Windows computer interface with customisable film selection wizard
Continual image focus even during optional zoom (FOCUS-Lock)
Single-click scan, print and save buttons
The ScanPro 2200 is the lowest cost, highest quality microfilm scanner in the micrographic's industry. No other equipment on the market can match the ScanPro for its proven track record of performance and reliability.
Small and compact, the ScanPro 2200 fits almost anywhere. One CLICK on-screen buttons complete look-ups quickly and efficiently. The combination carriers for all microforms are easy and fast to operate. The ScanPro 2200 software is an intuitive Windows® computer application with familiar icons and text labels. And, the on-screen help menu is available for all controls to help the user at any time
Optical Zoom Magnification
The ScanPro 2200 microfilm scanner has 7x to 32x. 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.
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.
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