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Film Scanners

This is about scanning solutions with automated document feeders for film reproductions of papers such as betagraphies or X-ray films. With Bernstein various film reproductions at 20.000 plus it is necessary to automate the process as much as possible.

Necessary characteristic:

  • automatic document feeder for the scanner

Critical aspects:

  • handling documents of variable sizes, 21x15 cm to 30x21 cm
  • image quality
  • aquisition price

HELP With scanner prices between 5.000-15.000 USD pooling the use of the scanner between several Bernstein partners might be an option to consider.

Films scanners

SIERRA plus (with multi-film feeder according to this and this vendor) <- cheaper than DiagnosticPRO Advantage

DiagnosticPRO Advantage (25 sheet auto-feeder)

Radlink LaserPro 16

iCRco #? (100 sheet auto-feeder according to this)

Price comparison

Vendor SIERRA plus DiagnosticPro Advantage Radlink LaserPro 16 iCRco #?
DesAcc USD 15.999 USD 19.999    
Logix-USA   USD 16.495    
elecomsystems   USD 15.930    
Alstor EUR 16.590      

* Custom taxes have to be added to products bought outside the EU.

Scanning Software

Digital Jacket 3.6 Pro


-- VladAtanasiu - 20 Sep 2006

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