The CanoScan 9900F is the professional scanner that rivals the quality of dedicated film scanners, yet delivers greater productivity at lower cost. This is the image scanner that means business.
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A long-standing challenge to the industry has been to create a large, light-efficient Film Adaptor Unit. Canon has made the breakthrough by combining curved and flat reflective plates to increase the light condensing rate. Combined with other design improvements the CanoScan 9900F's FAU is extremely large without compromising brightness. You can now scan up to 24 individual 35 mm frames to be in a single run. It will also manage your 120 rolls and 4" x 5" plates with ease.
The CanoScan 9900F incorporates the Super Galileo 2 lens - actually a telephoto lens array - consisting of a group of convex lenses on the document side and concave lenses on the charge-coupled device (CCD) side. It has six elements in six groups. Although just a fraction of the size, its precision is similar to the 600 mm telephoto lenses that professional photographers use. The lens employs aspherical elements, providing consistent performance from the centre to the periphery to ensure that scans are sharp from edge to edge. Canon's experience in lens design and o
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