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Optifilm have announced an upcoming new film scanner named Plustek Optic Film 135 [Read all about it here] (I realized this 2015-11-23).GET IT HERE WHEN AVAILABLE! My goal is to get the chance to review this scanner The Optic Film 135 will be a interesting alternative to more expensive scanners for all film shooters using 35mm film and maybe the Holy Grail of budget alternative for owners of a Hasselblad Xpan or similar 35mm film panoramic cameras – (Yes the specifications state panoramic film scanning with accessory film holder).
- Quickly scans 35mm slides, negatives and panoramic film1.
- Motorized film transport for automatic batch scanning.
- Easy-to-use buttons.
- Easy-to-share on Facebook, Flickr, Picasa, and Twitter.
- No warm-up time.
“1.Optional film holder accessory is required.”
Image Sensor CCD
Light Source LED
Optical Resolution 3600 dpi
Scan Modes Color: 48-bit input, 24/48-bit output
Gray scale: 16-bit input, 8/16-bit output
Dynamic Range 3.4
Scanning Speed Approx. 40 seconds for maximum scanning area color at 600 dpi
Approx. 205 seconds for maximum scanning area color at 3600 dpi
Scanning Area (W x L) 35 mm x 226 mm (1.37″ x 8.9″)
Action Button Eject button, Scan buttons x 3 (Positive, Negative, custom)
Power Supply 24 Vdc/ 0.75 A
Interface USB 2.0
Net Weight 1.59 Kgs (3.49 Lbs)
Dimensions (W x D x H) 175 mm x 259.2 mm x 104.3 mm (6.9″ x 10.2″ x 4.1″)
OS Windows 7 / 8 / 10
Mac OS X 10.8.x/ 10.9.x/ 10.10.x/ 10.11.x
GET IT HERE WHEN AVAILABLE!