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The Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II Color Image Scanner has a high-speed scanner with professional film scanning quality. With 9600 x 9600 maximum color dpi, it produces incredible detail in both business documents and photographs. The CanoScan 9000F Mark II also helps you get the most out of your photos and documents with My Image Garden software, offering a simple and intuitive way to scan and organize your files.
The CanoScan 9000F Mark II features Super Toric Lens, delivering pin-sharp scans from edge-to-edge and bright, low noise images. It requires zero warm-up time and offers lower power consumption with super-efficient white LEDs. In addition, its Fare Level 3 feature provides dust and scratch removal, along with fading, grain and backlight correction. Plus, its Auto Scan Mode automatically adjusts settings by detecting what you're scanning.
The Canon oScan 9000F is commonly used for Large format film, Photos and graphics and more.The Canon oScan 9000F is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Frequent user among others.The Canon oScan 9000F is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Canon oScan 9000F: Accurate color, Easy to set up, Easy to use, Excellent software, Fast connectivity, Good bit depth, Good resolution, Great resolution, High-speed scanning and Widely compatible
Most Liked Positive Review
"A" rating for the CanoScan 9000F, varied uses....
I am happy with the CanoScan 9000F, and I use the scanner to scan negatives, slides, photographs and documents, both for business and personal photography interest. I have had very, very little issues with quality, regarding the ability to focus in, adjust or manipulate scans. I am happy with the functionality of the software regarding adjusting the scans and giving me options, not just variable DPI and photoshop software, but actually being able to adjust the quality of the scans. I have use...View full Review
I am happy with the CanoScan 9000F, and I use the scanner to scan negatives, slides, photographs and documents, both for business and personal photography interest. I have had very, very little issues with quality, regarding the ability to focus in, adjust or manipulate scans. I am happy with the functionality of the software regarding adjusting the scans and giving me options, not just variable DPI and photoshop software, but actually being able to adjust the quality of the scans. I have used the scanner to scan very old black and white negatives, as well as fairly old color negatives, also both black and white slides have come out very nice, and of course pictures and documents are no trouble. Different trays come with it, and you either fit in your slides, negatives, pictures or documents, and the accessories easily fit to keep the slides, etc., in the right place, and easy to move on to the next set of scans. I use an iMac, and really enjoy the one button push scans that I can quickly email, store in folders and do one of many things. The bottom line, this scanner is very reasonable, which is a nice surprise. I have been able to save many many images that are 50 to 80 years old, and not hurt the media, all for a very low price. I have had the CanoScan for some time, and have had no problems with it what so ever. If your in the market looking around, and you are on a budget, buy this scanner!!
Most Liked Negative Review
Should also have hoders to scan 126 negatives and
There was a lot of 126 and 110 film sold in the past that I would like to scan. I like the resolution of this scanner but I can't scan my files of 126 and 110 negatives as there is no provision for it in the hardware or the software. Get with it Canon.
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I have been immensely pleased with this scanner. I got it primarily for scanning 35mm negatives and slides and the performance has been outstanding. I normally scan negatives at 2400 dpi even thought higher resolutions are available. I have been also scanning photos and the ability to scan up to 3 photos at once directly into Photoshop CS2 has proved to be very quick and and has also given me great results at 600 dpi. My only complaint has been the inability to scan 110 film negatives or any kind of 8mm/16mm frames even though the resolutions afforded would be adequate for most purposes.
At one time I had my own dark room enlarger. It had gotten boxed up when I moved to a another city. I had a shoe box my mother left with all different years of negatives. All the changes from film to the new cameras i thought that I probably not get to make prints from my old negatives. I have built a folder from slides, color negatives, and the old b/w negatives. I have made folders off albums that my wife had been wanting to save to disc.
My old scanner died years ago and I finally decided to purchase another one. I did a lot of research and the CanoScan had the best reviews overall. I decided to order it from the Canon website and was very happy with the additional service guarantee I would get by using their site. Scanner was super easy to install. It is also user friendly and easy to run as well.
Purchased he 9000F MarkII to replace a HP4050 that was no longer directly supported for connectivity with the Yosemite OS. The Canon printer is a significant improvement, providing faster, quieter operation, easier downloading, better quality image scans and more intuitive functionality.
I am using this to scan negatives, slides and photographs that I do not have the negatives or slides for. It has more functions than I need - but knowing they are there will, eventually, lead me to experiment. It is easy to set-up and operate. Naming conventions are a bit hard to change as you need to goto different screens to do it. I got around this by just renaming the photos when I photoshopped them. The manual for this is part of the downloaded software - so access to it is pretty easy. My one complaint is that it does not support all film sizes. There are work arounds, but it would help if it did the 120 film (at least for me).
I do not own any other scanners, so I cannot compare to other brands, but this scanner is great! I have many older slides and pictures that I am in the process of converting to digital. So far, the results have been excellent. Some of my older pictures were faded, and not only did the scanner make them sharper, but clearer, so now I can see items in the picture that I had not noticed before. It is great! I am very satisfied with the scanner. I tested with pictures, slides, and negatives, and all the results were very good.
This is great. I have a lot of old b/w negatives to print. I am also doing copies of pictures from albums. I have 35mm slides, 35mm color and b/w negatives to print. The great part is that the old b/w negatives will fit in the tray provided with this unit. I have been putting copies on my computer and learning a lot about of what this unit can do.
Not much to say. Works better than expected. My wife is copying several thousand slides. She is well into the project and is very happy with the results. Tried other converter products with poor results. The high quality of these results are amazing. Colors are bright and vibrant. Many of the slides are over 50 years old. Would definitely recommend this product.
Canon has long been my favorite camera company, but the CanoScan 9000F scanner is much less than I would have hoped. While it can handle my medium format film quite well, it does a very poor job with my 35 mm. slides. I might add that the instructions as to how to access the Advanced Mode for scanning the larger format film was exceedingly obtuse. All in all, most disappointing, all things considered.
This is an excellent product on the hardware side, but lacks a bit of ease of use on the software side. Luckily, you can use your own software and leave theirs on the disc. Overall great product with an exceptional price. Scanners have come a LONG way since 1980!