The Reflecta DigitDia 7000 is a magazine scanner which can scan up to 100 mounted slides directly from the magazine. The scanner is compatible with the following magazines:
- reflecta CS-magazines for 40 or 100 35mm slides
- Universal magazines DIN 108 for 36 or 50 35mm slides
- Paximat magazines 36/36S, 50/50S
- Paximat carousel magazines 100/100S
- Paximat Multimag compact magazine 50
- LKM magazines
The Reflecta DigitDia 7000 works as a slide projector, feeding and scannning slide for slide automatically. In this way the scanner can digitize complete magazines fully automatically. However, you always have to expect that a slides gets stuck or jammed so that the automatic batch mode interrupts and one has to intervent manually. Especially when scanning glass frames or carton frames it comes to disturbancies again and again. Please, contact us or the manufacturer, when a slide mount gets stuck. If you damage the scanner mechanics at the try to take out a slide mount, which got stuck, the manufacturer will not take the costs for reparation on warranty.
As an alternative there is the Braun Multimag SlideScan 7000
. The Braun Multimag SlideScan 7000 does not produce blown up image files since it achieves the same effective resolution with half the scan resolution. Furthermore, Braun Phototechnik offers a better and faster service than reflecta.
Please, choose above, below the price information, between the SilverFast Ai Studio version and the SilverFast Archive Suite (Archive Suite = SilverFast Ai Studio + SilverFast HDR Studio). Also, please, choose above your desired targets (Kodak, Fuji, Kodachrome) for the IT-8 colour calibration. Detailed information about SilverFast and the available targets can be found on our SilverFast website. Information about SilverFast HDR can be found on our SilverFast HDR website. Information about scanner calibration can be found on our page Scanner IT-8 calibration.
Please, choose above, below the price information, if you want to order the scanner with or without Adobe® Photoshop® Elements.
- Image sensor: Linear Colour-CCD
- Colour depth: 48 Bit
- Optical resolution: 10000 dpi
- Fix focus
- Light source: Film preserving LED
- Prescan: 15 seconds
- Scan time: Scan for 5000 dpi: 150sec.
- Scan area max: 37 x 37mm
- Density range: 4,2 Dmax
- Batch scan: directly out of the magazine
- Ports: USB 2.0
- Slide preview: via integrated illuminated viewing window
- Anti blocking system: ABS slipper clutch
- Quick scan: Button on device
- Slide transport: Forward/Backward button on device
- Slide editor: Slide lift with soft brake
- Sleeping mode: 1 hour
- Weight: 2,9 kg
- Dimensions: 300x290x125mm (LxWxH)
Compatible film formats
- Mounted 35mm slides (mount thickness: 1,5 mm - 2,5 mm)
- Positives and negatives
- Colour images and B/W images
Scope of delivery
- Scanner Reflecta DigitDia 7000
- Power supply unit
- USB cable
- Instruction manual
- SilverFast activation key for registration and download of the software
- IT-8 calibration targets (according to your choice above)
- Adobe® Photoshop® Elements (according to your selection above)
- Magazine (according to your choice above)
- CD with scan software Cyberview
- PC: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
- Mac: OS X 10.7 or higher
- SilverFast: Windows 7 (64-Bit), 8 (64-Bit), 10 (64-Bit)
- SilverFast: Mac OS 10.13, 10.14, 10.15, 11
- SilverFast: Internet-connection
- Photoshop Elements 9: Windows XP - 10, Mac OS 10.5.8 - 10.14
- Photoshop Elements 12: Windows 7 - 10, Mac OS 10.7 - 10.14
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).