Pacific Image Prime Film Xes Super Edition Film Scanner

Pacific Image
Product #:
PCI1003
Manufacturer #:
PRIMEFILM XES
UPC:
649899001936
  • Manual 135 Film & Slide Scanning
  • 10,000 dpi/48-bit Output
  • 3.9 Dynamic Range
  • Magic Touch - Dust/Scratch Removal
  • Multipass Xposure - HDR
  • Auto Color - Color Reconstruction
  • Digital Noise Reduction
  • Support Mac/Windows
Optical Resolution:
10000dpi for 35 mm
Optical Resolution:
Number of pixels per inch recorded by the scanner's image sensor.
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OVERVIEW

Pacific Image's Prime Film XEs super edition film scanner, with updated color handling and faster performance, is designed for use with 35mm film strips and mounted slides of color negative, color positive, and B&W negative films. The super edition of this scanner has faster scan times, improved sharpness and color clarity, and retains the impressive 10,000 dpi scanning resolution, Dmax of 3.9, and 48-bit color depth. The scanner's design incorporates both white and infrared LED sources, allowing MagicTouch technology to automatically remove dust and scratches from scans. Multipass Xposure can also be used to perform sequential scanning passes to improve detail and color rendering. Additionally, the Prime Film XEs also features instant cloud sharing to Dropbox for a more intuitive and seamless workflow

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Specifications

Brand
Pacific Image
Brand
Brand: Pacific Image
Scanner Specifications
Exposure Control: Auto/Manual
Scanner Data
Scan Size: .96" x 1.44"
Scan Size:
The size an image is scanned.

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Color Depth: 48-Bit (Internal)
Color Depth:
Color or bit depth is the amount of information of the item being scanned; the higher the bit depth, the more colors get used and the better looking your scan will be. Grayscale images are 8-bit images, with 256 levels of gray. Color images scanned with a 24-bit scanner will have nearly 17 million colors; 36-bit scanners will give you more than 68 billion colors.

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Optical Resolution: 10000dpi for 35 mm
Optical Resolution:
Number of pixels per inch recorded by the scanner's image sensor.

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In The Box

  • Pacific Image Prime Film XEs super edition Film Scanner
  • AC Adapter and Power Cord
  • USB 2.0 Cable
  • Mounted Slide Holder
  • Film Strip Holder

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