Plustek OpticFilm 120 Film Scanner, CCD Image Sensor, 5300 dpi Optical Resolution

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About Plustek

The Plustek OpticFilm 120 Film Scanner delivers the professional image quality results from 35 mm film strips, slides and 120/220 film from 6 x 4.5 cm up to 6 x 12 cm in sizes. It is designed for professional photographers, advanced amateur photographers, film photo enthusiasts, photography schools and clubs. The OpticFilm 120 satisfies the film scanning requirements of advanced amateurs or professionals that require the ultimate in image quality and an ICC profiled scanning system.

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Plustek Specifications

Image Sensor
CCD
Optical Resolution
5300 dpi
Interpolated Resolution
10600 dpi
Color Depth
48-bit
Grayscale Depth
16-bit
Media Type
35mm Film, Film, Photo
Media Size
2.36" x 1.77", 2.36" x 2.36", 2.36" x 2.76", 2.36" x 3.54", 2.36" x 4.72", 35mm Film, Custom Size
Maximum Scan Size
2.36 x 4.72" (6 x 11.98cm)
USB
Yes
Form Factor
Desktop
Power Source
AC Supply
Large Format
No
Input Voltage
24 V DC
Platform Supported
Mac, PC
Dimensions (H x W x D)
7.4 x 8.3 x 14.7" (18.79 x 21.08 x 37.33cm)
Weight
12.57 lbs (5.70 kg)

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 3 customers

 
4.0

Almost Perfect

By

from Tucson, AZ  -  Frequent User

Makes great scans, but it has a chronic glitch that others have complained about as well -- it often rejects the slide tray and scans anyway. Unplugging the device seems to reset it. Plustek has been unresponsive and obviously has allowed this problem to go uncorrected. It's more of an annoyance than a hindrance. Slide trays are well-designed and sturdy.

 
4.0

A Good Product But Not Perfect

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from Tucson, AZ  -  Frequent User

There is a pretty big learning curve with this machine. I had to call their help line to address why the film tray was being rejected. Had trouble scanning at max resolution. I like the color rendition that this machine has. Very little color correction is needed. Fairly simple to operate once Plustek figured out what was going on with my unit. Image sharpness of the scans is acceptable but I was hoping for better. The machine needs to be re-booted too often and can slow production. Film trays are very well made and lock down the film well.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

It can deliver

By

from Little Rock, AR  -  Frequent User

The scanner itself is great. When it works it produces great results with both b/w (I've used Ilford Delta 100 Pro) and color (Kodachrome and Velvia 100). Does'nt do a very good job on a dense slides - there is no way to increase the exposure and multiple exposure mode doesn't help much as the higher exposure image is not recorded (it is combined with normal exposure image). Sometimes the scanner's servo looses its position and scan is offset either slightly or completely - just power cyclyng corrects it. The shutoff time can't be modified and that makes batch work difficult - while the first image is processed the scanner may shut off and that's it. Lowering resolution or decreasing processing (like iSRD or ME) can help but that is not practical. Overall its a great product, just needs love, care and attention.

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Shopper  Him is SilverFast included with the auto scanner color calibration? If yes, which version? Thx, TM
MF D  Hi Mark from Plustek here. Andrew R is correct. The scanner is supplied with an IT8 calibration target. To calibrate the scanner, you scan the target and click the IT8 button and that's it!
Bob C  What trays and and software does this unit currently include. Also what versions of MacOs are supported?
PAUL P  The unit comes with several trays,35mm,645,6x6,6x7,6x9 and 35mm slide. the software is Silverfast SI Studio. I don't know what MacOs are so I can't help you there. I recommend the unit as the quality of the scans are excellent.
Shopper  Can I scan 4 x 5 B/W negs with this scanner?
STEVE R  I have cut down one of my 4x5 shots to 6x12 and scanned that. Turned out well. One can shoot the 4x5 shots with the intent of scanning to 6x12 panoramic but you have to make sure your cropped out part of the frame is not harmful to the composition.
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