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06-03-2016, 02:59 PM   #1
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Plustek OpticFilm 8100 Film Scanner

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Plustek OpticFilm 8100 Film Scanner

Asking Price
125.00 USD

Item Location
Tennessee (United States)

Item Description
Plustek OpticFilm 8100 Film Scanner

Maximum horizontal resolution: 7200 Dots Per Inch
Width
: 11.00 inches
Display Height: 9.00 inches
Weight
: 7.85 pounds

Image Sensor: CCD
Light Source: LED
Resolution: 7200 dpi
Scan Modes: Color: 48-bit input, 24/48-bit output, Grayscale: 16-bit input, 8/16-bit output, B/W: 1-bit
Scanning Speed: 3600 dpi: Approx. 36 sec (Multi-Sampling On), 7200 dpi: Approx. 113 sec (Multi-Sampling On)

Condition:

Excellent, Like New Condition.

Purchased used from someone who used the item minimally only to scan some old family 35mm negatives. They no longer had a use for it after they had finished that task and I bought it at about 2/3 of new cost ($309.00 at Amazon currently, $308 at B & H currently).

Item works perfectly. I have used the item and it scans film well and is compact. It comes with a carrying case which has enough room to fit the film and slide holders, outlet plugs, USB connector and software inside. Basically, you can put everything needed to use the scanner inside the case. The case is of good quality with padding. It has a zipper that zips tight. Essentially you can store the scanner and all of the items needed to use it inside this case to keep it all in the same place and not worry that it will be damaged.

There is not really much more to say about it other than it works great, is in great condition and is easily stored or even transported, if need be.

The specs are listed above. It is a good film scanner and the only reason I am selling it is that I recently acquired an EPSON v500. I can scan different types of film (other than 35 mm negatives) with the EPSON. Otherwise, the scan quality of the Plustek and the EPSON are indistinguishable for all practical purposes. It actually might be easier to use overall than the EPSON, but I'm using the EPSON, so I'm just selling the one that I am not using.

If you are looking for a quality 35mm negative scanner that will not eat up a lot of space, this is a good option. I did some research when I bought this scanner and the resolution it has is about as high as you can get without paying outrageous sums of money.

PM me if interested.

Are you the original owner of the item being sold?
No

Are you selling or trading this item?
Selling

Item Condition (Key)
Used
Mint

Shipping Destinations
North America

Shipping Charge
Priority Mail, insured

Shipping Services
UPS, USPS

Accepted Payment Types
PayPal

Return Policy & Additional Details
No returns unless item damaged in shipping

Please send me a private message if interested in the item!

---------- Post added 06-03-16 at 08:07 PM ----------

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06-04-2016, 12:05 AM   #2
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Does this do mounted slides?

EDIT: Just noticed the original description says slides. Doh!

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06-04-2016, 01:43 AM   #3
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Probably does. Here's a link to the website and specs:

OpticFilm 8100 | OpticFilm 8100 | Plustek
06-04-2016, 06:49 AM   #4
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That link led me to the Accessories page which appears to have a slide scanning tray.

OpticFilm 8100 | OpticFilm 8100 | Plustek

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It led me to the features page where you can click on the "Specifications" tab.
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