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Deal of the Day: Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE – 35mm Film & Slide Scanner $349 (Reg $399)

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Adorama has the Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE 35mm/slide scanner as their Deal of the Day for $349 (Reg $399).

Key Features

  • 8200i SE built-in infrared channel can detect dust and scratches on the surface of the original film
  • 7200 x 7200 dpi (69 Megapixels) for 35mm Negative film and slides. 48-bit input, 24/48-bit Output
  • Up to 3.6 Dynamic Range Enhanced Multi-Exposure Function for improved image quality
  • Powerful software – bundled with Plustek QuickScan and LaserSoft Imaging Silverfast SE Plus 8
  • Supports Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10 and Mac OS 10.6.x ~ 10.14.x (Mojave) and 1-year warranty
  • Interface: USB Interface
  • Platform: Macintosh, PC/Windows

Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE – 35mm Film & Slide Scanner $349 (Reg $399)

Sporgon

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Regarding my comments on this scanner above i thought I'd post a few recent examples, all from film taken around 1990, so thirty years ago time ago.

The first is a scan of Kodachrome 25 transparency
The second Ektachrome 64
The third Kodak Gold 400 neg film.

In each case the software has made an exact match of the colours. I still have the original wet print of the negative shot, and the scanned picture is the same colour, just much better definition.
Kodachrome 25.jpg


Ektachrome 64.jpg

Kodak Gold 400.jpg