Expect impressive results from the high-speed CanoScan CS9000F scanner, thanks to its 9,600 x 9,600 DPI optical resolution and 48-bit colour scanner. Your film, photos, slides and documents will be replicated in exceptional quality with zero warm up, one-touch operation and auto image correction.
This scanner preserves your documents and photos thanks to features such as dust and scratch reduction, in addition to fading and grain correction.
With document scanning taking just seven seconds and a high speed USB interface for fast data transfer, your scanning is done with ease.
Continuously scan of up to two rows of 35mm filmstrip or four mounted slides with this backlight-style movable light source film scan unit.
This built-in adaptor allows scanning of up to 12 frames of 35mm filmstrip in a single pass and medium format film up to 6 x 22 centimetres.
Easily connect between the CanoScan and a Canon PIXMA printer for one-button colour copies in an instant.
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If you’re a professional shooter and have a personal project you’ve dreamt about bringing to life, now could be the time to make it happen.
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