slide scanner

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slide scanner

A scanner that is specialized for scanning 35mm slides and film negatives. The slide or film is inserted into a single slot in the machine or into a tray, which is inserted. Many flatbed scanners are also able to scan slides. See scanner and transparency adapter.


Slide Scanner
This Minolta DiMAGE 5400 scanner provides an optical resolution of 5,400 dpi for professional scans of multiple 35mm slides and film transparencies. (Image courtesy of Minolta Corporation.)
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The KODAK Mini Digital Film Scanner is compatible with multiple film types, so you can scan, edit, and save film negatives and slides directly onto an SD card.
Today, the FPJ film archive boasts of a state-of-the-art ARRI film scanner, one of the most advanced in the world, where they scan and digitize films 24/7.
The FDCP also declared its plan to purchase a film scanner in 2015 for the digitization of the NFAP film collection.
In 2004 ST introduced the revolutionary all digital ST200 film scanner, changing the way library customers view film.
The Golden Eye Film Scanner is the optimal high resolution scanning solution for archive and restoration, handling negative, print and intermediate in all major film formats (16 / 35 as well as 8 mm) at 2k and 4k resolution.
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John Quartel for the development of the Northlight film scanner.
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