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CanoScan 9000F colour image
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The Good: Automatic dust-and-scratch removal, as well as fading, grain and backlight correction help capture good scans from old film.

The Bad:

The Bottom Line: Preserving film pictures has just got easier.

CanoScan 9000F colour image
Price:S$319
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By Yeong Ah Seng | 29-06-2010

WITH a 9,600x9,600 dpi CCD sensor and 48-bit colour depth, the 9000F is a high-speed, high-resolution scanner well suited for film scanning.

Things like 35mm slides and film strips in 35mm or 120mm formats can be scanned at the rate of one frame per 18 seconds at 1,200-dpi resolution.

Automatic dust-and-scratch removal, as well as fading, grain and backlight correction help capture good scans from old film. For documents, there is an accurate OCR function, along with Automatic Document Fix to improve readability by sharpening and blackening the text.

To make it easy to use, there are seven buttons to enable quick copy, e-mail, PDF file creation and so on. The 9000F comes bundled with Adobe PhotoShop Elements and ArcSoft PhotoStudio.

It also has SilverFast SE, which enables greater control over scanning.

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