- 7200 dpi resolution
- 3.6 Dynamic Range
- 48 bit colour depth
- Compatible with Windows 7 / 8 / 10 and Mac OS 10.7 ~ 10.15
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE Film Scanner
The OpticFilm 8200i SE is a high-performance 35mm film and slide scanner that outputs brilliant digital images from analog film. It’s ideal for digitising slides, colour film and black and white film.
It’s the perfect scanner for professional and amature film photographers, and people that simply want to convert their old film and slides to digital format.
The OpticFilm 8200i SE uses a CCD sensor with 7200dpi high-resolution, specifically designed for film scanning, with 48-bit colour bit depth that captures all the details from the original film. The scanner’s infrared channel removes dust and scratches eliminating the need for extensive post-processing correction.
State of the art imaging system
The Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE Scanner is designed with state-of-the-art illumination and optical systems. It uses a high-sensitivity colour CCD sensor and LED illumination to ensure optimal image quality. The built-in infrared channel detects dust and scratches on the film surface and automatically removes them.
7200 dpi high resolution
This dedicated 35mm film scanner features true 7200 dpi optical resolution that ensures sharp and vivid images. Output files up to 68.9 megapixels are similar to those created by a full frame digital-SLR camera. You can create high-quality enlargement prints up to 36” x 24” (approx 90 x 60cm).
High dynamic range
Dynamic range is the range of recordable light from darkest to lightest on the exposed film that a scanner can read. With a dynamic range of up to 3.6 D, you will rediscover how beautiful and natural the highlights and shadows are in analog photography.
iSRD - Infrared Dust and Scratch Removal
Slides and negatives always have small dust particles and tiny scratches on them, even when handled very carefully. The Plustek OpticFilm 8200i scanner has an infrared channel that finds all the the dust and scratches on the film surface. Infrared light has a very wide wave-length, which allows it to pass through film emulsion of negatives and slides without resistance, as opposed to scratches and dust particles that reflect it. SilverFast iSRD utilises this behaviour as follows.
The image is scanned twice - the first is the regular scan and the second is the additional infrared scan that captures defects like dust and scratches only. Then the calculative dust and scratch removal takes effect, only where the infrared channel has detected any defects without losing any important details. Ultimately, dust and scratches are removed during the scanning process eliminating the need for post-process removal of dust and scratches.