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Nikon CoolScan V LS-50ED Film Scanner

Nikon CoolScan V LS-50ED Film Scanner

An economical, friendly, high-performance film scanner, the COOLSCAN V ED is designed to be easy to operate, even for first-time scanner users. A true optical resolution of 4,000 dpi and 14-bit A/D input conversion allow the scanner to produce scans at a level of quality previously only available with higher-priced models. Scan speed is also surprisingly fast! The COOLSCAN V ED can scan an image in only 38 seconds (including image transfer and display).  No Longer Available. 

Media : Negatives and positives, in color and monochrome
35mm Slides : Slides with mounts 1.0-3.2mm thick, 49-50.8mm wide
35mm Film Strips : 2-6 frames; strips of 1-6 frames can be scanned with optional STRIP FILM HOLDER FH-3
APS (1X240) Film : Cartridges of 15, 25, and 40 frames can be scanned with optional IX240 FILM ADAPTER IA-20(S)
Preparates (Slide Glass for Microscope) : Prepared slides (26 x 76mm, 0.8-1.5mm thick) can be scanned with optional MEDICAL SLIDE HOLDER FH-G1
Aperture/scan range (pixels) : MA-21: 25.1 x 36.8mm/(3,946 x 5,782) SA-21: 25.1 x 38.0mm/(3,946 x 5,959) IA-20(S): 18.6 x 28.4mm/(2,916 x 4,453)
Scanning System : Fixed film, movable plane single-pass optical
Light Source : RGB and Infrared (IR) LEDs
Image Sensor : 3,964-pixel linear CCD
Color Separation : Performed by RGB LEDs
Optical Resolution : Up to 4,000 pixels per inch
A/D Conversion : 14 bits per color channel red green and blue
Density Range : 4.2
Output : Full color or grayscale at 8 or 16 bits per color channel
Focus : Autofocus and manual focus; autofocusing point selectable
Interface : USB 2.0
Power Requirements : 100-240V AC, 50/60Hz
Operating Environment : Temperature: 10-35(deg) (50-95(deg)F); Relative Humidity: 20-60% RH (non-condensing)
Dimensions : 96 x 172 x 315mm (3.8 x 6.8 x 12.4 in.)
Weight (approx.) : 3kg (6.6lbs.)
Scanning Time : (time to complete preview or scan when no options selected) Preview: 14 seconds Scan*: 38 seconds *Includes time required to display the scanned image