Therefore 56 x For your intended use I’d venture an educated guess that any of these scanners will do the job. Load slides and scan entire area into a massive file. About this product Product Information Just right for making digital images and meeting your scanning needs in many different settings, this Agfa flatbed scanner is trusty and helpful. Selecting the Scan area There are 28 pre-selected scan areas in the pop-up menu.

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Agfa DuoScan T2500 – flatbed scanner Series

This scanner may be used for quantitation of relative optical densities. What is the output device capable of?

Click on Overview bottom. Reflective Use this setting for prints, hard copies, and opaque materials. A full frame on most cameras yields an image rougly 56mm x The scan area limits the maximum area of the final scan The setting in this window determines the area scanned in “Overview” If duoscah use “maximum area”, you limit your true resolution to ppi If you use the “High-res.

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To scan you would have to cut individual frames and use the 6×9 carrier which would a introduce a lot of flare around the edges unless you make your on black mask and b will t25000 be held by all 4 sides. This figure is arrived by dividing the ppi pixels per inch rating by Use “Color RGB” for color slides.


At dpi I need something that will give me x Crop out areas of interest later. Best Selling in Scanners See all. Be aware that the software is moody and Agfa’s tech support has ranged from good to absolutely horrible.

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The other flatbed scanners I have seen operate in similar ways. Pull the tray all the way out it is NOT removable Push on the tray with your thumbs and lift the edge out of the recess Carefully lift the tray out– be careful not to get finger prints on the glass.

The DuoScan is nice too, but I don’t like odd scanning resolutions – it is f2500 x ppi maximum optically; too bad it isn’t x if you wanted it to scan at x ppi it would be interpolated. Slide the selected holder in all the way push the front edge forward and down to lock the tray into place For scanning images one at a time: The ppi resolution is nice to have.

Or are the actual optics in the T that much superior.

A 5×7 image at ppi equals x There is a specially designed tray for 35mm slides. What is the size of the original? You must log in or sign up to reply here.

Load all the slides, preview, then select custom areas Best for histology, brightfield slides You must be able to tell your slides apart easily by looking at them This allows you to limit the scan to the actual image region Results in smaller file size compared to the preset slide holder area while maintaining the same resolution Method 2.


Choose the resoultion carefully– very large files may easily result! Select the appropriate tray for your original.

Has anyone tested these two scanners, and would care to comment about their relative quality. After you have your scanned image: I would rather not do this, but I would like to fuoscan from anyone else in duocan group about their success with this printer on MF scans, and how fuoscan liked the quality of this scanner or why they rejected it.

In other words, would the quality of the printed output be negligible for the “best” scans tt2500 these two machines at this print resolution and scale? If you scan color print negatives, you need to select the proper film type to get good color balance. Use the presets, such as “”Slide Holder 1. Area” you can get up to ppi of resolution. Skip to main content.