Pacific Image PrimeFilm 7250 Pro3 35mm Film Scanner with 7200dpi, USB & Firewire Interface

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About Pacific Image

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• The new PrimeFilm 7250 Pro3 Film scanner offers 7200 Dpi resolution at an affordable price. The scanner increases your productivity by using the batch scanning capability (automatic film loading system for negatives).

The enormous flexibility will make this scanner your first choice for demanding jobs. Good for photo studios, Graphic designers, Universities, and also in the home sector.

Advanced Image Enhancement Software
CyberView X scanning software provides powerful tool for both optimizing scanning and color reproduction by using the adjustable parameters include tone / curve histogram, brightness / contrast, color balance, hue / saturation brightness, and exposure control.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(7)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Cons:
Unreliable (3)

Pacific Image Features

  • Digital ICE - Hardware based Dust and Scratch removal with infrared sensors and automatic Software correction.
  • Digital ROC - Color Restoration; Image color is reconstructed and optimized with Digital ROC Technology
  • Digital GEM - Grain Management; minimize grain to restore the image's sharpness

Pacific Image Specifications

Media
35 mm film strip
35MM mounted slide
(positive or negative, color or monochrome)
35mm slides
Yes
35mm film strips
Yes
Optical resolution
7200 dpi x 7200 dpi
Power requirements
Output 12V DC / 3.4A
Input AC 100-240V 50-60HZ
Interface Type
USB 2.0
Maximum Scanning Area
36.5mm W x 24.3mm H
Sensor
Linear Array color CCD
Preview Speed
Approximately 17 seconds per frame
Dynamic Range
3.6
Weight
4.85 Lbs
Dimensions
10.78"L x 7.2"W x 3.81"H

Reviews about this item

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2.3

(based on 7 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

It works, but upgrade the software

We have been archiving negatives for a museum. The software that comes in the box is junk. Just call for an upgrade. When we called the stuff in the box was five versions behind. It works, but sometimes it does some strange stuff.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

unable to use under Vista or Windows 7

Despite other informations on the manufacturers site,the drivers for this product do not work under Windows Vista nor Windows 7. No support from manufacturer: does not answer requests for support.

Reviewed by 7 customers

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Not a professional grade scanner

By

from Los Angeles, CA  -  Professional

The setup of the scanner was not too dificult; we have had many scanners in the past. The scans are not as good as would hope for.

 
4.0

Good for Kodachromes

By

from Arizona  -  Enthusiast

The old Kodak RFS3600 but about the only one left that does Kodachromes half way decent. Scanner is incredibly noisy, slow, and black areas are a bit noisy, but little other option as all other scanners are just E6 machines.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Not a Pro scanner. And not 7200dpi

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from Zurich, Switzerland  -  Semi Professional

The major advantage of this scanner is the ability to batch-scan a whole roll of 35mm film. Unfortunately the scanner cannot reliably align all frames correctly so you cannot use the batch function without supervising it.

(8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

unable to use under Vista or Windows 7

By

from Orlando,FL  -  Semi Professional

Despite other informations on the manufacturers site,the drivers for this product do not work under Windows Vista nor Windows 7. No support from manufacturer: does not answer requests for support.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Good, but uneven

By

from Norway  -  Enthusiast

Negatives come out fine, but for some reason slides come out with less detail and less quality colors. Film transport works most of the time, but produces occasional hiccups, so it needs monitoring.

(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Out-dated for the price!

By

from Green Cove Springs, FL  -  Frequent User

I don't know why this product is still on the market, and the price is a joke! It claims to be Firewire Interfaced, but it is not, and states so on the manual. The software is out-dated and not compatible with Vista O/S.

(9 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

It works, but upgrade the software

By

from New York  -  Frequent User

We have been archiving negatives for a museum. The software that comes in the box is junk. Just call for an upgrade. When we called the stuff in the box was five versions behind. It works, but sometimes it does some strange stuff.

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mert m  will it copy 35 MM film strips?
DOMINICK I  Depends what you mean. It has two holders that are manually fed through the scanner slots. One holder handles up to four mounted slides. The other takes a standard 35mm film strip. You have to feed the film one frame at a time. Each frame is processed separately. You can, of course, save each scanned frame whether you make any edits or not. If you mean process multiple frames simultaneously, it can't do that.
Enrico B  how good is the resolution?
CHRISTOPHER S  My wife is currently using the device on our slide collection and her opinion is that, if you use the higher resolution settings (3600dpi+) you can get some great results. She suggests turning down the noise reduction in the software that comes with the scanner and using the tools in the photo manipulation software instead, but, leaving color correction on, especially if you've got old slides whose color has shifted over time. A photo processing software like Lightroom 4 is essential to getting the most out of your scans.
alan g  is this device compatable with Windows 7 and Windows 8?
SB MACHINE, L  Sorry, I returned the scanner without even opening the box. I decided that I want to be able to scan 2-1/4"x3/14" negatives in addition to 35mm so I've bought a different scanner.
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