The newly launched SilverFast 9 makes it easier to create your own digital archive of your original images. A multitude of new features, optimized editing processes, an improved user interface and new algorithms which can speed up scanning up to 75% are only a part of the numerous improvements. Owners of Plustek OpticFilm scanners have the option to upgrade from the included SilverFast 8 to this SilverFast 9. Read on for more information.
Choosing the Right Scanner for Your Collection of Films And Slides
“I photograph the world I find myself in. That world changes every two or three years so I’m always starting again, discovering somewhere new, evolving my photographic style. I am a photographer of places, most often urban spaces.” This is how Olli Thomson describes himself.… Continue Reading “Review of OpticFilm 8200i SE, by Photographer Olli Thomson”
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE is specifically designed to scan 35mm slides and negatives at resolutions up to 7,200 dots per inch (dpi). In a recent issue of Amateur Photographer, Andy Westlake, the technical editor, thoroughly reviewed the OpticFilm 8200i SE hardware and software. If you are about to digitize your collection of 35mm films, you can get informative advice about the scanner in his review.