The ScanPro 2000 Digital Microfilm Scanner - Performance and Value
Leading universities, libraries and private companies around the world choose the e-ImageData ScanPro 2000 for it's proven track record of performance, ease-of-use reliability and value, there are thousands of these microfilm scanners in constant use. It is not uncommon for users to report that millions of scans have been made and the scanners are working like new. Kodak technical service has commented that our scanners are one of the best microfilm scanners that they have ever sold
The ScanPro microfilm scanner software (PowerScan) is an intuitive Windows® computer application with familiar icons and text labels to further reduce the learning curve for both occasional and first time users. And, just CLICK the Film Selection Wizard to automatically set up your scanner for any microform application. You can customize the Film Selection Wizard for your own applications and even add you own custom photo icons. And, one CLICK on-screen buttons complete look ups and research quickly and efficiently. Also, there is an on screen help menu at your fingertips that provides details on how to use any button control. No other microfilm scanner on the market provides these powerful, tome-saving features.
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