The Braun Multimag SlideScan 7000 is a magazine scanner with which one can scan up to 100 mouted slides directly from the magazine. The scanner is compatible with the following magazines:
- reflecta CS magazines for 40 up to 100 slides (35mm)
- Universal magazines DIN 108 for 36 or 50 slides (35mm)
- Paximat 36/36 S, 50/50S and carousel magazines 100/100S
- Paximat Multimag compact magazine 50
- LKM magazines
The Braun Multimag SlideScan 7000 can digitize a complete magazine automatically in the batch mode. However, it happens again and again that a slide frame gets stuck so that you have to restart the scan process. Espescially if the magazine or the mounts are not 100% norm standard, if thy have labels or if the edges are not completely plain it comes to interrupts. Especially glass frames or carton frames get stuck again and again at the transport movement.
As you can read in our detailed review about the Braun Multimag SlideScan 7000
the Braun Multimag SlideScan 7000 achieves an effective resolution of 4900 ppi (measurement value with our test device) at a nominal resolution of 5000 ppi, i.e. in practice it achieves 98% of its nominal resolution. With this high percent value and the absolute value of 4900 ppi it takes a leading position in the film scanner area.
The Multimag Slidescan 7000 plays up to its strength with the professional scan software SilverFast Ai + IT-8 slide. In order to get the optimum image quality we recommend to operate the Scanner with Silverfast. With the SilverFast IT-8 colour calibration you can individually colour calibrate your scanner and so work in a professional colour managment workflow. Thereby the scanners's image quality is remarkably increased and you don't need to spend time for extensive image editing. That's why we offer the Braun Multimag Slidescan 7000 in combination with the SilverFast scan software for a low bundle price. You can find detailed information about SilverFast on our SilverFast website.
Please, choose above, below the price information, if you want to order the scanner with or without Adobe® Photoshop® Elements.
- Image sensor: Linear Array Color CCD
- Scanning Mode: 48 Bit
- Optical Resolution: 10000 dpi
- Fix focus
- Lamp: LED
- Prescan: 15 sec.
- Scanning times: scan with 5000 dpi 150 sec.
- Scanning area: max. 37 x 37 mm
- Dynamic range: 4,2 Dmax
- Batch scanning: directly from magazine
- Slide editor: Single Editor with one-touch button and soft-break
- One touch button for one touch scanning
- Anti-lock system
- Connections: USB 2.0
- Preview: via an integrated, backlit viewing window on the scanner
- Magazine control: forward and backward button
- Sleep mode: 60 min
- Dimensions: 300 mm x 290 mm x 125 mm (L x W x H)
- Weight: 2,9 kg
Supported film formats
- Mounted 35mm slides (mount thickness 1,5 - 2,5 mm)
- Positives and negatives
- Colour and black and white images
Scope of delivery
- Scanner Multimag Slidescan 7000
- Power supply unit
- USB connector cable
- User guide
- Adobe® Photoshop® Elements (according to your choice above)
- CD with scan software Cyberview
- Mac: Mac OS X 10.7 or higher; Intel Core 2 duo 2.0GHz or higher; min. 1 GB RAM; free hard disk space 10GB or more
- PC: Windows XP with Service Pack 2, Windows Vista 32 Bit / 64Bit, Windows 7 32Bit / 64Bit, Windows 8 32Bit / 64Bit, Windows 10 32Bit / 64Bit, Pentium 4, 2.0 GHz, Intel Mobile 1.5GHz, AMD 2.0GHz or higher; min. 1 GB RAM; free hard disk space: 10GB or more
- USB 2.0
When working with film strips it can often happen that you accidentally touch the emulsion side of the film. The damage often is irreparable. You can avoid damages to the film material and comfortably insert film strips into the scanner or film holder by wearing fine cotton gloves.
Anti-dust spray is used to clean film material - no matter if it's mounted slides or film strips - by removing dust and fluffs with a flimsy current of air without touching the film material at all. There is no better, more comfortable and more efficient way to clean your film material.
For working with single negatives or positives we highly recommend using tweezers, because otherwise you run the risk of touching and damaging the film.
If you work with digital images - no matter if they come from a digital camera or from a film scanner - you should calibrate your screen. Without a screen calibration performed with objective criteria you run the risk of wrongly adjusting the settings of the scan or the image editing software, which makes the image look right on your screen, but will cause unnatural alienated colours on other output devices (printer, image service, new screen).