Pacific Image ImageBox MF 4-in-1 Slide, Film & Photo Converter with Magic Touch, Technology, for Mac/Win - 2400dpi for 135mm film, 570dpi for 4x6

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For limited time only, save 16.76% on the kit dropping from 179.00 to 149.00 . Bonus: No sales tax either, unless you live in New York or New Jersey.

• The ImageBox MF Standalone Film/Slide/Photo Scanner by Pacific Image converts 120mm films, 35mm slides, and film plus photo prints up to 4 x 6" to digital files.

• This handy 4-in-one scanner is easy to operate. Offers Magic Touch, a powerful technology that is engaged with a touch of a button to detect and eliminate dust, scratches and other flaws, restoring your image to its original beauty.

Pacific Image Features

  • The next best thing to the commercial digial solution
  • High Resolution for Great Images
  • Unique Flip Top Design
  • Magic Touch Built-in for Easy Dust Removal
  • Full Color Realtime Preview with 2.7 LCD Screen
  • No PC Required
  • TV Out Feature

Pacific Image Specifications

9.9" x 9.2" x 7.2"
4.9 lb.

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Carlo F  What is the scan time for a 4x6 photo at the 570 dpi resolution? Can this product also scan at any other resolution? If so, what are the scan times for the other resolutions?
Andrew R  Unfortunately the manufacturer does not indicate a specific "scan time" for this unit. The manufacturer indicates the following regarding scanning resolution: "9 mega pixels CMOS sensor equals to 2,400 dpi for 35mm film/slides. 560 dpi for 120 films, 4x 6"/ 10x 15cm Photo prints. "
George B  What is the scan time for a 35 mm slide or negative?
George B  Thanks. It's much faster than my flatbed Microtek 5900, but much slower than the Wolverine 20 MP.
Tom 5  does this manufacturer have a means to scan the images directly into a macintosh or pc? I prefer the larger picture on the computer screen, Tom 5280
W. M  No, in fact if you connect the unit to your PC, it will not scan...and it will freak you out a bit. It will go into a file transfer mode and the display will sort of lock into a mode that looks different than the scanning mode. When you plug a USB into it in any way, it changes the scanner's mode. But be assured, the thing works well, so scan away...seeing it on the PC will not make it can't focus it or change the levels, so why see something you can't alter? Take it to photoshop later and have at it.
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