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Canon CanoScan 9000F review

ReviewsPosted by Stefan Thu, May 06, 2010 17:05:21

Canon just released a new scanner again 2010 05 05
And Yes! Im reviewing it right now and will continue to do so untill I squeezed
out all the best from this scanner!
Keep your self updated at http://www.stockholmviews.com/canon_9000f_review/

I have also been waiting for something new and interesting from Epson like a
replacement for the aging V700/V750 but noooothing at all for years :0(

The New CanoScan 9000F looks promising, lets take a look at the specs.
Get it here when available!


CanoScan 9000F


Type Desktop Colour Flatbed Scanner with Film Adaptor Unit

Scanning element CCD 12-line colour

Light source White LED

Optical resolution 9600×9600dpi (film)¹ 4800×4800dpi

(reflectivedocuments)¹

Selectable resolution 25 - 19200dpi

Interface Hi-Speed USB

Scanning gradation (colour) 48 bit input -> 48/24 bit output

Scanning gradation (greyscale) 48 bit input -> 16 bit (Film scanning only) / 8 bit output

Maximum document size A4 / Letter [216 x 297mm]

EZ-Scan Buttons 7 buttons (PDFx4, AUTO SCAN, COPY, E-MAIL)

Preview speed Approx. 3 sec¹

Scanning speed (colour) 1.2 msec./line (300 dpi), 12.1 msec./line (4800dpi)¹

Scanning speed (greyscale) 1.2 msec./line (300 dpi), 12.1 msec./line (4800dpi)¹

Scanning speed (B&W) 1.2 msec./line (300 dpi), 12.1 msec./line (4800dpi)¹

Scan speed (A4, 300dpi, Colour) Approx. 7 sec¹

Film Handling 35mm strip (negative/positive)/12 frames, 35mm slides
(negative/positive)/4 frames,
120 format film max 6 x 22cm (filmstrip only)

Software included ScanGear, MP Navigator EX, ArcSoft PhotoStudio,
SilverFast SE, Adobe Photoshop Elements

Power supply AC 100-240V, 50/60 Hz

Power consumption approx. 15W (Operating)
approx. 0.9W (Standby)
approx. 0.5W (Switch-off)

Dimensions approx. 270 x 480 x 111mm
Weight approx. 4.6kg

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