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One of the most effective and popular ways to digitalize your analogue negatives is to use a dedicated film scanner. These scanners are capable of capturing fine details and subtle nuances present in film, preserving the essence of the original analogue images. 

Pacific Image film scanners are essential tools in the world of photography and film preservation, offering a bridge between the analogue and digital realms. 

Pacific Image film scanners have the ability to capture high-resolution images from film, preserving the details and nuances of the original material. Unlike traditional flatbed scanners, film scanners are specifically designed to handle the unique characteristics of film, delivering superior results in terms of color accuracy, dynamic range, and overall image quality. 

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Pacific ImagePrime Film XA Plus
Art. no.
126947
EAN
4719851880285
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Pacific ImagePower Slide X Plus
Art. no.
126946
EAN
4719851880308
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Pacific ImagePrime Film 120 Pro Plus
Art. no.
126945
EAN
4719851880322
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Pacific ImagePower Film Plus
Art. no.
126948
EAN
4719851880315
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Pacific ImagePrime Film 7250 Plus
Art. no.
126943
EAN
4719851880353
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Pacific ImagePrime Film XE Plus
Art. no.
126944
EAN
4719851880292

The product range includes several different models for different needs, such as consumer scanners like the Power Film, which can batch scan cut negative strips, or more professional scanners like Power Slide X, which can batch scan magazines with up to 50 mounted slides or the Image Prime Film 120 Pro Plus that excels in capturing images at an impressive resolution. 

Pacific Image film scanners are also equipped with advanced features such as infrared dust and scratch removal. This technology helps eliminate imperfections on the film surface, resulting in cleaner and more polished digital scans. 

All scanners come with intuitive software interfaces that streamline the scanning process, allowing users to easily adjust settings, preview images, and make fine-tuned adjustments before finalizing the digitization of their film content.

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