Plustek OpticFilm 135 Film Scanner

Plustek OpticFilm 135 Film Scanner

Plustek OpticFilm 135 Film Scanner

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Plustek OpticFilm 135 Film Scanner

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Product Highlights

  • Scan 35mm Slides & Negatives
  • Optical Resolution: 3600 dpi
  • 3.4 Dmax
  • Color Depth: 48-bit
  • Scan Speed: 40 Seconds at 600 dpi
  • Motorized Transport for Batch Scanning
  • One-Touch Buttons; No Warm-Up Time
  • Panoramic Scanning with Optional Holder
  • Plustek QuickScan Plus Software
  • USB 2.0 Interface
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Offering a high optical resolution of 3600 dpi and the ability to handle 35mm slides and negatives, the OpticFilm 135 Film Scanner from Plustek will help users easily digitize their latest rolls or preserve classic photos and memories. Scans will be sure to preserve detail with a Dmax of 3.4 and a color depth of 48-bit. Also, when working with the maximum area of 1.37 x 8.9" it can finish a 600 dpi scan in just 40 seconds. And, thanks to a motorized transport the OpticFilm 135 can automatically handle batches of scans.

A convenient USB 2.0 interface is available for connection to a computer and the unit has three one-touch buttons for fast, simple operation. The OpticFilm 135 also benefits from no warm-up time for getting started immediately and with the use of an optional adapter can work with panoramic images. Additionally, Plustek QuickScan Plus software is included for tools in scanning and editing the images.

Creates images at resolutions up to 17.3MP, allowing users to print the photos at sizes up to 12 x 17".
Recognizes the holder type inserted for automatically choosing the proper settings,
Plustek QuickScan Plus
Featuring an intuitive interface, users will be able to quickly convert their slides and negatives into digital files, including TIFF, JPG, and BMP. It also supports editing of multiple images, provides multiple views for comparing edits, and five creative picture effects. It also has a selection of other editing tools and allows users to upload images directly to social networks such as Facebook, Picasa, Flickr, and Twitter.
UPC: 783064366878
In the Box
Plustek OpticFilm 135 Film Scanner
  • 35mm Slide Holder
  • 35mm Negative Strip Holder
  • USB Cable
  • AC Adapter
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Plustek 783064366878 specs

    Film Types 35 mm negatives
    35 mm slides
    Scan Sensor CCD
    Optical Resolution 3600 dpi
    Color Depth Color Input: 48-bit
    Color Output: 24/48-bit
    Grayscale Input: 16-bit
    Grayscale Output: 8/16-bit
    Batch Scanning Yes, automatic
    Dynamic Range 3.4
    Scan Speed 40 seconds at 600 dpi for maximum scan area
    205 seconds at 3600 dpi for maximum scan area
    Scan Area 1.37 x 8.90" / 35 x 226 mm
    Interface USB 2.0
    OS Compatibility Windows: Windows 10, 8, 7
    Mac: OS X 10.8, 10.9, 10.10
    Windows System Requirements 2 GHz processor or faster
    2 GB RAM (4 GB recommended)
    10 GB disk space
    CD/DVD drive or internet connection
    Mac System Requirements 2 GHz processor or faster (Intel-based processor, no PowerPC)
    2 GB RAM (4 GB recommended)
    10 GB disk space
    CD/DVD drive or internet connection
    Light Source LED
    Power Requirements 24 VDC, 0.75 A
    Power Supply: 110-220 VAC
    Dimensions (WxDxH) 6.9 x 10.2 x 4.1" / 175 x 259 x 104 mm
    Weight 3.5 lb / 1.6 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 6.55 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 13.7 x 9.8 x 8.2"

    Plustek 783064366878 reviews

    OpticFilm 135 Film Scanner is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 7.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superb for B&W This scanner has exceeded my expectations for black and white scanning. My local photo store scans with a Fuji Frontier and provides high resolution (17mp) jpg files. I thought they were good until I saw what I could do at home. The grain is less pronounced and the shadow details come out much better. With color I saw a distinction, but not as great, so I might still settle for the convenience of the store. Who knows it's a matter of their contrast and sharpening settings, but with this scanner I get the quality I want, so I don't need to know. The batch scanning has made the scanning only a small chore. I'm using Vuescan software to have the ability of generating DNG (TIFF) files.
    Date published: 2017-08-14
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Problem with highlights I was excited about the simplicity of the scannner, however, after scanning some of my old film, I noticed that it clips the highlights everytime. At this price, that is not acceptable.
    Date published: 2016-01-14
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not sure I'm gonna keep it... I was looking for a replacement to my OpticFilm 7500i which seems to be slowly dying. Automated transport and batch scanning sounded good to me after having worked picture by picture for quite some time now. Unpacking the OF 135: the scanner looks solid enough to me, the holders are quite heavy and don't seem to twist easily. There is a holder for slides and one for negative film which is my main interest. I don't have that many slides. Installation of the program Quickscan plus was no big deal on my Windows 7 64bit machine. The Quickscan plus software is easy to use. The choices and enhancement tools are limited though. The scanner always scans all available slots, at least I've not yet found a way to stop it from doing this. This might be annoying while you try out the device and get to know the software, but I guess it is O.K. as soon as you start scanning larger quantities of pictures. I wasn't very pleased with the quality of the scans though. My old 7500i seems to keep more details in the highlights and the results of my attempts on two types of film (Kodak Gold 100, Fuji Superia 800) was not convincing. What really suprised me and makes me think that I'm not going to keep it is the lack of infrared dust removal. I'll probably give the 8200i a go. I was quite content with the results of Silverfast infrared correction with my old 7500i and I didn't have to clean my scans in Photoshop.
    Date published: 2016-01-14
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Look at other options Setup was easy, but this scanner is too new and there is no support for software like SilverFast. The included software is cumbersome and crashes often. Sometimes it would scan frames and then nothing would appear in the edit window. In the first few days I scanned 500 photos and the error/failure/crash rate was about 25%. Also, there is no dust correction options. The included tray is good but there aren't any additional trays available from B&H or even Plustek themselves. I'll be returning this for a flatbed with better reviews that can scan 12 frames at once.
    Date published: 2017-01-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works very well When I attempted my first scan, it was overexposed and filled with light that wasn't in the original picture. My first impression was "what a piece of junk). Then looking online at scanning in general, I learned that this overexposure is a godsend as you can always post process to make things darker, it's really hard to accurately add light in post processing. I'm still learning how to best use this scanner, but I really like the fact I can put a whole strip of negatives or slides in and get a batch without manually advancing. The only disadvantage is that if I only want one slide or negative, I'm still scanning all of them (maybe this is a limitation of the free software that came with the scanner).
    Date published: 2018-10-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid, entry-level film scanner I had some old film from my dad that was in good condition so I decided to go with this machine. Unlike the higher-end models, it doesn't come with SilverFast or have infrared dust and scratch removal, but I didn't really need those advanced options. I love that it had batch scanning, which made everything a lot faster. If you have film that has some damage, you definitely want to upgrade and get the OF8200 series. The only downside to those are that they don't do batch scanning (for that you need to get the OF120, which is expensive), but for film in good condition this is perfect.
    Date published: 2016-11-08
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from poor quality quality far inferior to8200i Ai
    Date published: 2016-02-26
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