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Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.

Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.

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Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE , 35mm Film & Slide Scanner. 7200 dpi / 48-bit Output. Integrated Infrared Dust/Scratch Removal. Bundle Silverfast SE Plus 8.8 , Support Mac and PC.

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Features

  • Built-in infrared channel can detect dust and scratches on the surface of the original negatives and slides. It is highly useful for defect removal without retouching the images.
  • 7200 x 7200 dpi (69 Megapixels) for 35mm Negative film and mounted slides. 48-bit input, 24/48-bit output
  • Up to 3.6 Dynamic Range Enhanced Multi-Exposure Function for improved image quality 64-bit hardware and software support
  • Powerful software include - bundles with Plustek QuickScan and LaserSoft Imaging Silverfast SE Plus 8 ( US 119 )
  • Support Windows 7/ 8/ 10 and Mac OS 10.7.x ~ 10.14.x (Mojave), user can download driver from Plustek website.

Description

"The Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE is a 7200 dpi resolution scanner with state of the art illumination and optical systems designed to resolve very small differences in edge contrast. A built-in infrared channel can detect dust and scratches on the surface of the original negatives and slides. It is highly useful for defect removal without retouching the images. The OpticFilm 8200i SE and Laser Soft Imaging’s Silver Fast software make for a good combination. Users can benefit from Silver Fast's intelligent automatic functions which help to make the process of various adjustments much easier and get brilliant results. For example, Silver Fast Multi-Exposure reveals more shadow details and creates less image noise. Silver Fast iSRD uses the built-in infrared channel to remove dust and scratches without losing details, and Silver Fast SCC provides selective color changing with just one click. The Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE scanner is bundled with the newest version of Laser Soft Imaging’s acclaimed scanner software - Silver Fast 8. The Workflow Pilot guides users through all scanning processes step by step. The new graphical user interface allows users to enjoy quality results with an easy learning curve, and the preview mode immediately shows the results of any adjustments. Silver Fast 8 is multitasking capable, and supports the latest 64-bit hardware. The Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE offers the best film scanning solution for web sharing and printing. It targets all home users, lomographers, film photo enthusiasts from all professions, amateur photographers, professional photographers, and those who highly demand image quality. "


Product Dimensions: 4.72 x 10.71 x 4.69 inches


Item Weight: 3.53 pounds


Item model number: 8200I SE


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: February 8, 2013


Manufacturer: Plustek


Features

  • Built-in infrared channel can detect dust and scratches on the surface of the original negatives and slides. It is highly useful for defect removal without retouching the images.
  • 7200 x 7200 dpi (69 Megapixels) for 35mm Negative film and mounted slides. 48-bit input, 24/48-bit output
  • Up to 3.6 Dynamic Range Enhanced Multi-Exposure Function for improved image quality 64-bit hardware and software support
  • Powerful software include - bundles with Plustek QuickScan and LaserSoft Imaging Silverfast SE Plus 8 ( US 119 )
  • Support Windows 7/ 8/ 10 and Mac OS 10.7.x ~ 10.14.x (Mojave), user can download driver from Plustek website.

Description

"The Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE is a 7200 dpi resolution scanner with state of the art illumination and optical systems designed to resolve very small differences in edge contrast. A built-in infrared channel can detect dust and scratches on the surface of the original negatives and slides. It is highly useful for defect removal without retouching the images. The OpticFilm 8200i SE and Laser Soft Imaging’s Silver Fast software make for a good combination. Users can benefit from Silver Fast's intelligent automatic functions which help to make the process of various adjustments much easier and get brilliant results. For example, Silver Fast Multi-Exposure reveals more shadow details and creates less image noise. Silver Fast iSRD uses the built-in infrared channel to remove dust and scratches without losing details, and Silver Fast SCC provides selective color changing with just one click. The Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE scanner is bundled with the newest version of Laser Soft Imaging’s acclaimed scanner software - Silver Fast 8. The Workflow Pilot guides users through all scanning processes step by step. The new graphical user interface allows users to enjoy quality results with an easy learning curve, and the preview mode immediately shows the results of any adjustments. Silver Fast 8 is multitasking capable, and supports the latest 64-bit hardware. The Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE offers the best film scanning solution for web sharing and printing. It targets all home users, lomographers, film photo enthusiasts from all professions, amateur photographers, professional photographers, and those who highly demand image quality. "


Product Dimensions: 4.72 x 10.71 x 4.69 inches


Item Weight: 3.53 pounds


Item model number: 8200I SE


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: February 8, 2013


Manufacturer: Plustek


Top Amazon Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars | P. Holtzweiler
Not really worth the money, struggles (and looses) with dynamic range

It took me quite a while to realize that this scanner is technically completely outdated. But I bought recently a Canon 9000F Mk2 as a flatbed scanner for reflective media (I’m a designer), and I tried the transparency/film tray function. I had always wondered why the plustek would be so bad at rendering dark backgrounds (even if these, though certainly dense, were quite rich in details). Very high resolution (4800 ppi) and TIFF format for maximal image integrity would not help. But I had thought this is as good as it gets when you scan film. Well, it certainly isn’t. I compared the results with one admittedly difficult (strong contrast, dark background), but beautiful slide. The plustek had produced a 4800 ppi TIFF file weighing in at 90 MB, while at 4800ppi in JPEG (maximal quality), the Canon generated an image that was just 5.3 MB… The quality of the foreground was basically identical, with ever so slight chromatic aberrations in the JPEG at very, very high magnification. But the background differed majorly. In the plustek TIFF, the noise was very bad, the detail quality was dismal ands the overall color balance was completely off, with an ugly reddish tinge, whereas the small JPEG that came out of the Canon flatbed scanner had much better detail, less noise, and only slightly distorted colors. If you add to this rather sad picture (no pun intended) the fact that the Silverfast software bundled by plustek is ultra-complicated and counterintuitive in many respects (even if the Scangear package – the high-end scanning option that comes as part of the Canon drivers – is not for the novice either), the verdict is simple: save the money. It’s a no-brainer: scan your film on a flatbed (!) scanner of the newer generation, it is cheaper, with better results, faster, and much smaller files. And I’m not even a Canon aficionado: all my professional photo gear is from Olympus…

~ Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2018

1.0 out of 5 stars | Gary crowson
Don’t waste your time and money if you already have Silverfast AI or above

Received this today and installation has been a complete nightmare. I already owned Silverfast Ai but for some reason it forced me to use the downgraded se version to even recognize the scanner. At first I thought no big deal. Bit of a pain but I’ll do that and then just enter my serial number for my Ai version and everything will be fine. No such luck. I’ve tried everything and no matter what I do it won’t upgrade back to my Ai version which I already paid $300 for and the only way it’ll do it is if I pay again. No I don’t think I will. This has rendered this scanner useless to me and I will be sending it back and using Vuescan instead Update : I tried contacting plustek without success. I was able to contact Silverfast and explained to them I’m not longer using my old scanner because I upgraded to this one and asked them to transfer my AI version to this scanner. They flat out refused. Said I’d have to purchase again. Keep in mind I paid them $300 only a month ago. Customer service for both companies I have found to be non existent. Would never do business with either of them or recommend them

~ Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2019

5.0 out of 5 stars | Ignat
An excellent scanner with impressive software

I purchased the Plustek 8200i two months ago, and I have used it to scan hundreds of slides and negatives since. The scanner and included Silverfast software have made it possible for me to begin to create a digital archive of my analog slides and negatives from the pre-digital camera era. I have found this scanner to be an invaluable tool for unearthing my own past, and I recommend it highly to anyone with the time and inclination to embark on such a project. Installation and registration: I installed first on a Windows 8.1 machine, using the included disks. The supplied installation instructions are a bit confusing, but installation went smoothly, and I was quickly prompted to download and install an update. I also wanted to install the software on my Macbook Pro, and that was a little more complicated. First, I had to contact Silverfast for a download of the installation package, since my Mac doesn’t have an optical drive. But I also had to get a new serial number for the Mac installation. Silverfast allows you to use the software on multiple computers, but only with one scanner. Thus your software is tied to the scanner, and the tracking associated with this may seem a bit complex. Communication with Silverfast support was fast and efficient. The software has a myriad of options. Learning to scan slides and negatives effectively takes some time and experimentation. You will get surprisingly good results quickly and with little effort, but if you want to get the most out of your data, you will need to learn to exploit the many features available to you. You will also need to learn how to properly handle and mount slides and negatives on provided brackets. Also you’ll want to check the film brand, type, and ISO and set it for those parameters or the closest alternatives in the scanning software. As others have noted, many slides and negatives will have dust and scratches. You can try to clean them, and I would recommend using compressed air very carefully to remove visible particles before mounting the media. But this is where the 8200i really earns its keep. It has an infrared scanning option that detects and removes scratches and dust from the image. It really works! I’ve scanned images that on prescan looked horrible, but had no trace of dust or scratches when fully scanned with the IR. So experiment with this function early in your initial tests! Another important feature is the ME option. Selecting ME instructs the scanner to do two passes at two different exposures. The results of the two scans are averaged, and the results are generally noticeably better than single scans. I almost always use this feature, though often the difference between an ME scan and a non-ME scan is subtle. Each additional scan, the IR scan and the ME scan, adds time to the total scan time for each image. Increasing the resolution also increases scanning time. Because I’m interested mainly in viewing images on a monitor rather than in printing images, I usually set the resolution to 2400 ppi. Higher resolution will not be noticeable on today’s monitors. At this resolution, each tiff file is just over 20mb. Problems? The scanner has gotten confused once or twice, for example, when I’ve hibernated my Windows machine with the scanner powered on and connected. I agree with other reviewers that the video-based help system takes some getting used to, but it is particularly useful when one first tries to gain familiarity with the software interface. But overall, the 8200i has exceeded my expectations.

~ Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2014