The high speed CS9000F Mark II scanner delivers impressive results with a 9,600 x 9,600 DPI optical resolution. This 48-bit colour scanner is fast and versatile with zero warm up, one-touch operation and auto image correction. This is an easy-to-use and efficient scanner for all of your film, photos, slides and documents.
Quality is guaranteed with features such as dust and scratch reduction, fading and grain correction, and Canon's Super-Toric lens for pin-sharp scans.
With results delivered in just seven seconds and the inclusion of a high speed USB interface for fast data transfer, this scanner delivers on speed.
Continuously scan two rows of 35mm filmstrip or four mounted slides with optimum film scanning from a backlit movable light source.
This built-in film adaptor allows scans of up to 12 frames of 35mm filmstrip in a single pass, four mounted 35mm slides and medium format film.
Get advanced image analysis through the scanner's auto document fix function, while the gutter shadow correct function removes book shadows.
Connect your CS9000F Mark II with a Canon PIXMA printer for one-button colour copies via your computer in an instant.
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