Pacific Image PrimeFilm XE 35mm Film & Slide Scanner - One-touch scan button, 3-line RGB linear CCD sensor, 10,000 x 10,000 dpi, 48-bit

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SKU: IPIPFXE MFR: PRIMEFILM XE

About Pacific Image PrimeFilm XE

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Pacific Image PrimeFilm XE Scanner provides scanning of 35mm negative film strips and transparencies at 10,000 x 10,000 dpi resolution. The higher resolution allows for enlargements up to 48" x 32" at 300 dpi. The PrimeFilm XE has a USB 2.0 port for fast data transfer and convenient computer connection. It works with both Windows and Mac computers and is compatible with the latest version of Windows adn Mac operating systems. It also comes with ImageFolio V4.5 software bundle to edit and restore images

Pacific Image PrimeFilm XE Features

  • One-touch scan button
  • High Resolution: 10,000 x 10,000 dpi
  • Color Depth: 48-bit
  • High Speed: Slides from 72 seconds at 3600 dpi to 82 seconds at 7200 dpi
    Negatives from 63 seconds at 3600dpi to 91 seconds at 7200 dpi
  • Scans 35mm Film and Slides
  • Dynamic Range: over 3.9
  • A/D Converter: 16 bits per color
  • Output full color or gray scale at 8 or 16 bits per channel
  • Scanning Technology built-in: Magic Touch, Digital Noice Reduction, Automatic Color Correction

Pacific Image PrimeFilm XE Specifications

Dimensions
10.8" x 6.6" x 3.1"
Weight
2.2 lb
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Shopper  how long does the instant rebate last?
Shopper  Does it have Silverfast SE included (as it should be according to PacificImage)?
Steve G  Yes it does include the book and disc for Silverfast and you get upgrades to bring you up to date with the latest version of Silverfast. It's very good software and has good video tutorials.
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