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[filmscanners] Re: Canon FS-4000 Scan Speed



Dear Clive:

I use the Canon with the USB in a Celeron 700 equipment with 128 mb memory.
It takes 12/13 minutes at 4000 dpi and 3 minutes at the more used 2000 dpi,
medium clean set up.
I have used this scanner for almost two years and is excellent for non
commercial (high volume) use.
Regards

Jorge Talkowski
http://members.tripod.com.ar/talko


----- Mensaje original -----
De: "Clive Moss" <chmphoto@sbcglobal.net>
Para: <talko@netizen.com.ar>
Enviado: Viernes, 13 de Junio de 2003 11:21 p.m.
Asunto: [filmscanners] Canon FS-4000 Scan Speed


> I am thinking about getting a new scanner to replace my aging HP S10
> Photosmart. I was attracted to the Canonscan based on specs, reviews etc.,
> until I came across the actual timings mentions in the imaging-resource
> review. He measured between 6 and 12 minutes per scan at maximum
resolution,
> depending on options chosen.
> See http://www.imaging-resource.com/SCAN/FS4000/FS40A.HTM )
> This means that it would take well over three hours to scan a 36 exposure
> roll of film!
>
> Is that a real number? My old HP does a scan in about a minute (albeit at
> 2400 dpi and with more noise).
>
> How much faster does it scan at lower res -- or to ask the question
> differently -- at what res would it take about a minute for a full frame
> scan?
> --
> Clive
> http://clive.moss.net
>
>
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