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|DenisAvila||10:16pm on Saturday, October 23rd, 2010|
|Excellent scanning capability with this Canon product Produces stunning scans of many types of media. canoscan 8400f Having wanted a good scanner for some time I carefully read the spec for this. I have used it to scan slides that were 40 years old.|
|seindal||4:17am on Monday, October 11th, 2010|
|Canon Canoscan 8400F Scanner This is my second Canon 8400. I enjoyed my first one so much that when it finally died. CaonScan 8400F crappy A recently bought CanoScan 8400F. Avoid this scanner It stopped working after 15 months of fairly light use (of course the warranty is only 1 year.|
|lkreider||2:55pm on Tuesday, October 5th, 2010|
|This review is being written after only a cou... Easy setup, great on slides big and heavy, scanning software confusing Hi,I know this is a review place and I do rea... Scans good photos and documents Large Foot Print Better results (resolution of the details).|
|kscott9||2:05am on Tuesday, October 5th, 2010|
|Got this one to replace my old HP scanjet 5p. Scans prints great and scans negatives even better.|
|MrKaptan||12:32am on Tuesday, September 21st, 2010|
|Great at first but no longetivity I purchased my canon 8400 3 years ago. At first I loved it. I enjoyed its speed and quality of copies.|
|nanobot||7:35pm on Monday, August 23rd, 2010|
|I have used this scanner extensively over the past year in particular for medium-format negatives and have had fantastic results every time.|
|opendan||6:08am on Thursday, July 22nd, 2010|
|Excellent scanning results from photos, negatives, and slides. Accessory Kit is available in Japan, but not in the US.|
|scottwes||8:03pm on Thursday, May 20th, 2010|
|Fashion 8400F systemic use of silver and black with cold, give the appearance of the trend of highly personalized visual experience.|
|sjn||1:13am on Tuesday, April 20th, 2010|
|I bought this scanner so I could scan my 120 color and B&W negatives. I thought the scanner was ok, and the software usable.|
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Quick Start Guide
Be sure to install the software programs before connecting the scanner to the computer!
Setup and Scanning
Check the Package Contents
Install the Software Windows Macintosh
Unlock the Scanning Unit
Connect the Scanner
Try the Additional Features Using the Scanner Buttons p.11
Please read this guide before operating this scanner. After you finish reading this guide, store it in a safe place for future reference.
Guide to the Manuals
Open the Package Quick Start Guide (this guide)
This guide describes a series of basic processes from opening the package to using the scanner.
READ THIS GUIDE FIRST!
Scanning Guide (HTML format manual)
HTML Refer to this guide when you have finished setting up the scanner according to the procedures in the Quick Start Guide. It describes how to utilize the scanner with the bundled software, and how to solve problems when they occur. You can install this manual onto the hard disk together with the software programs. When you install it, the Scanning Guide icon will appear on the desktop. Double-click the icon to view it with a browser program, such as Internet Explorer.
Users Guides for Application Programs (PDF format manuals)
PDF ArcSoft PhotoStudio ScanSoft OmniPage SE Presto! PageManager (Windows only) Select the View the Electronic Manuals menu on the CanoScan Setup Utility CD-ROM. To read these manuals, Adobe Acrobat Reader should be installed on your computer.
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible. Use of a shielded cable with the ferrite core(s) provided with the scanner is necessary to comply with the technical requirements of the EMC Directive.
When you use this product, you should pay attention to the following legal issues: Scanning of certain documents, such as bank notes (bank bills), government bonds and public certificates, may be prohibited by law and may result in criminal and/or civil liability. You may be required under law to obtain authorization from a person possessing copyrights or other legal rights to the item being scanned. If you are uncertain of the legality of scanning any particular item, you should consult your legal adviser in advance. CanoScan and ScanGear are trademarks of Canon Inc. Adobe and Acrobat and Photoshop are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. Macintosh, Power Macintosh and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. ScanSoft and OmniPage are trademarks of ScanSoft, Inc. Other names and products not mentioned above may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
In this guide, Windows XP screen shots are used to illustrate explanations common to all operating systems.
Scanner and Accessories
AC Adapter Film Guides (for 35 mm film strip and slides) Film Guides (for 120 format film)
USB Interface Cable
Documents and Software Programs
Quick Start Guide (this guide) Additional Documents CanoScan Setup Utility CD-ROM
The two figures in the brackets below indicate the respective sizes of the Windows/ Macintosh versions of the software. Approximately 350 MB/ 160 MB (for Windows/Macintosh) of hard disk space on your computer is required to install all the programs. Additional free hard disk space is required to operate the programs. ScanGear CS (25 MB / 10 MB) - Scanner Driver It allows you to scan and load images from the scanner. CanoScan Toolbox (15 MB / 10 MB) - Scanning Utility Program It makes it easy to scan images and save or print them as well as create e-mail attachments or PDF files. It also works with the scanner buttons. ArcSoft PhotoStudio (35 MB / 20 MB) - Image Editing Program It allows you to load images from the scanner, edit and retouch them, and apply special effects and enhancements. ScanSoft OmniPage SE (90 MB / 80 MB) - OCR (Optical Character Recognition) Program It converts characters scanned from a book, magazine or newspaper into text data for editing or digital transmission. Presto! PageManager (Windows only) (150 MB) - Digital Document Management Program It makes it easy to scan, share and organize documents and photos. It automatically links to other popular programs and avoids file-sharing problems by creating self-executable files. Adobe Acrobat Reader (25 MB / 30 MB) - PDF File Reader Program Electronic manuals for the above software programs (HTML (10 MB) and PDF manuals)
Adobe Photoshop Elements CD-ROM
Adobe Photoshop Elements (135 MB / 170 MB) - Image Editing Program It loads images from the scanner and allows you to edit and retouch them or apply special effects and enhancements. Please read the instruction sheet or electronic (PDF) manual for Adobe Photoshop Elements.
Install the Software (Windows)
Install the Software
If you are running Windows XP or Windows 2000 Professional with multiple user accounts, you should log on with an administrator user name when installing or uninstalling software programs.
1 Turn the computer on.
If the "Found New Hardware Wizard" or "Add New Hardware Wizard" appears, click [Cancel].
2 Place the CanoScan Setup Utility CD-ROM in the drive.
After you select your language, the CanoScan Setup Utility main menu will display.
3 Click [Install the Software].
The [Install] window will display.
Read the SOFTWARE USER LICENSE AGREEMENT. Click [Yes] if you accept the terms.
4 Click [Start Installation].
You will install six software programs and the Scanning Guide (HTML format manual).
5 The installation procedure will start.
Follow the on-screen message prompts and click [Next] or [Yes] to continue the installation. In a few cases, your operating system may require a restart. Follow the on-screen messages to restart and resume installation.
6 When the installation is complete, click [Yes].
The computer will restart.
7 After Windows restarts, remove the CD-ROM from
the drive and store it in a safe place.
Continue on P. 6.
Install the Software (Macintosh)
Make sure to log in with the first created administrator to install the software. You cannot install the software when logged in using added administrator accounts.
2 Place the CanoScan Setup Utility CD-ROM in the
3 Double-click the CD-ROM icon. 4 Double-click the [SetUp] icon.
5 Click [Install the Software].
6 Click [Start Installation].
You will install five software programs and the Scanning Guide (HTML format manual).
7 The installation procedure will start.
Follow the on-screen message prompts and click [Next], [Yes] or [Install] to continue the installation. If a verification dialog appears, input the Administrators name and password.
8 When the installation is complete, click [Yes].
9 After restarting, remove the CD-ROM from the drive
and store it in a safe place.
Unlock the scanning unit before connecting the scanner to the computer. If it is left locked, a malfunction or other problem may occur. Do not tilt the scanner more than 90 degrees from horizontal when releasing the lock. When locking the scanner, do not lift up the back and tilt the front (scanner button location) downward. You may be unable to set the lock.
1 Peel the seals off the scanner. 2 Gently turn the scanner over.
3 Push the lock switch toward the unlock mark (
4 Return the scanner to a horizontal position.
When carrying or transporting the scanner, always lock the scanning unit by pushing the lock switch toward the lock mark ( ).
Make sure that the scanning unit is unlocked. (P. 6)
1 Attach the FAU cable to the FAU connector on the back of the scanner ( ). 2 Connect the scanner to the computer with the supplied USB interface cable (
Wide Flat Connector Small Square Connector
3 Attach the supplied AC adapter to the scanner. 4 Press ( I ) to turn the power on.
Only use the USB interface cable and the AC adapter provided with the scanner. Use of other cables or adapters may lead to a malfunction. When the scanner is connected to the USB 1.1 port on Windows XP, do not worry if the "HI-SPEED USB Device Plugged into non-HI-SPEED USB Hub" message appears. You can operate the scanner in this condition without problems.
The following steps explain how to scan with ArcSoft PhotoStudio.
Make sure that the power switch is turned on.
1 Place a photo or a picture on the glass
by aligning its top edge with the alignment mark, and close the document cover.
2 Select [Start], [Programs] or [All
Programs], [ArcSoft PhotoStudio 5.5] and [PhotoStudio 5.5].
2 Double-click the [Applications] folder
followed by the [PhotoStudio] folder and the [PhotoStudio] icon.
PhotoStudio will start.
3 Click the [File] menu and choose [Select Source].
After you set this setting the first time, you do not need to set it from the second time onward with the same scanner. You will need to reset this setting if you select a different scanner or a digital camera.
4 Click the Acquire icon
and select [Acquire].
ScanGear CS will start.
or click the [File] menu
5 Select [Select Source].
You can select from the following options. Photo (Color)/Magazine (Color)/Newspaper (B&W)/Document (Grayscale).
6 Click [Preview].
After calibration, the preview scan will start and gradually display the image. The image is automatically cropped at its original size. If you want to trim the image further, drag the mouse diagonally to select the area. Do not open the document cover while a scan is in progress.
7 Select the [Destination].
You can select [Print (300 dpi)] or [Image display (150 dpi)]. When [Print (300 dpi)] is selected, the output resolution is set to 300 dpi. When [Image display (150 dpi)] is selected, it is set to 150 dpi. [Print (300 dpi)] is selected in this example.
Select your scanner model name and click the [Select] button for Windows or the [OK] button for Macintosh.
8 Select the [Output Size].
You can select from the following options. If you selected [Print (300 dpi)] in Step 7: Flexible / 4"x6" / A4 / Letter / Add/Delete If you selected [Image display (150 dpi)] in Step 7: Flexible / 640 x 480 / 800 x 600 / 1024 x 768 / 1600 x 1200 / 2048 x 1536 / Add/Delete With the [Flexible] option, the scan area enclosed by the dotted line (cropping frame) will be scanned at the same scale as the original. You can change the cropping frame. Other than [Flexible], you can select the 4" x 6", A4, Letter, and Add/Delete options. Expand or decrease the cropping frame to correspond to the size of the paper for printing. If you selected [Image Display (150 dpi)] in Step 7, you can select an output size in pixels to match the sizes used by computer monitors and digital cameras.
9 Click [Scan].
The final scan will start.
10Click the close box
(Windows) or (Macintosh) in the ScanGear CS window to close it.
The scanned image will appear in the PhotoStudio window.
11Save the scanned image.
Click the [File] menu and select [Save As]. Select the folder where you wish to store the image file, enter a file name, select a file type (JPEG format is recommended) and click [Save].
12Click close box
(Windows) or (Macintosh) in the PhotoStudio window to close it.
If the scanner does not perform as described above, read the "Troubleshooting" section of the Scanning Guide (HTML format manual). For details about the bundled software programs, read the Scanning Guide or the user guides (PDF format manuals) for each software program on the CanoScan Setup Utility CD-ROM.
Using the Scanner Buttons
You can use the four convenient buttons on the front of the scanner to scan and perform related tasks easily with a single touch of the button. Place an item on the scanner before pressing a button. To use these buttons, ScanGear CS, CanoScan Toolbox, ArcSoft PhotoStudio and Presto! PageManager (Windows)/Acrobat Reader (Macintosh) should be installed from the CanoScan Setup Utility CD-ROM.
To print (copy) the scanned image with a printer:
To open the scanned image in the PhotoStudio window:
1 Press the [COPY] button.
The scanner will scan the item. The scanned image will print.
1 Press the [SCAN] button.
The printer driver should be installed and the printer should be on-line to use this function.
The scanner will scan the item. The scanned image will appear in the PhotoStudio window.
To save the scanned image as a PDF file:
To attach the scanned image to a new e-mail message:
1 Press the [PDF] button.
The scanner will scan the item. Multiple items can be scanned continuously. The scanned image will be saved as a PDF document and appear in Presto! PageManager (Windows) or Adobe Acrobat Reader (Macintosh). A PDF (Portable Document Format) document uses a file format that allows it to be displayed and printed with an application program, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader/Adobe Reader. It is easy to create PDF files for your images by using the PDF button on the scanner or the PDF button in CanoScan Toolbox.
1 Press the [E-MAIL] button. 2 The [E-mail software selection] dialog
will appear. Select an option from the list and click [OK].
This step is required only for the first scan. The e-mail software will start and the scanned image will be attached in a new message window. The scanner will scan the item.
If you press the [Cancel] button while scanning, the CanoScan Toolbox settings dialog will appear and you can change the default scanning settings. Refer to the Scanning Guide (HTML format manual). To use the E-MAIL Button, one of the following e-mail programs should be installed and enabled. For Windows: Microsoft Outlook Express, Microsoft Outlook, Eudora or Netscape Messenger. (Some mail programs are required to set the MAPI function on.) For Macintosh: Mail (Mac OS X 10.2 or later), Eudora or MS Entourage.
You can scan 35 mm film (film strip or slides) and 120 format film with this scanner.
Positioning the Film
Use the following procedures to insert the film into the Film Guide. Make sure that the FAU Cable is connected to the FAU connector on the back of the scanner.
1 Remove the protective sheet from the document cover.
Press and hold the lever at the top of the protective sheet while you pull the sheet outward and detach it.
When you finish scanning, return the protective sheet to its original position on the document cover. Store the protective sheet in a safe place so that it will not get bent or broken. Always replace the protective sheet when you are not scanning film to prevent the light source section from getting scratched.
2 Insert the film into the Film Guide.
Hold the film by the edges with your fingertips to avoid getting fingerprints or dirt on the film surface. Use a blower brush to remove any dust from the film, document glass or light source unit. Do not block the calibration slot on the Film Guide when you are scanning film. Colors will not be scanned correctly if the calibration slot is obstructed.
35mm Film Strip
Open the film holder on the film guide, place the film face down and close the film holder. Align the Film Guides tab with the FILM symbol on the document glass of the scanner.
Place a black piece of paper over any gap to shield the light if you are inserting a film strip with 5 or fewer frames, or if the edge of a scanned image appears whitened. Ensure that there is no gap between the edge of the film and the film guide on the side near the calibration shot.
Align the Film Guides tab with the FILM symbol on the document glass of the scanner. Place a slide or slides face down (correctly viewed from below) in the Film Guide as shown in the diagram to the right.
Scanning Film 120 Format Films Open the film holder on the film guide, place the film face down and close the film holder. Align the Film Guides tab with the FILM symbol on the document glass of the scanner. Leave a gap of 5/8" (15 mm) or greater between film strips when placing two or more on the document glass. Ensure that there is no gap between the edge of the film and the film guide on the side near the calibration shot.
Using a Film Retainer Sheet Curled film strips can stick to the document glass and cause a pattern of rings called Newton Rings to appear on the scanned image. If this occurs, scan using the supplied film retainer sheet as shown in the diagram. (A) Scan with the film retainer sheet inserted beneath the film. (B) If Newton Rings still appear after following Instruction (A), turn the film strip over and place it in the film holder with the film retainer sheet on top so that the film edges are held down for scanning. Then preview the image in ScanGear CS and click the [Mirror] button to reverse the image before initiating the final scan. To avoid damaging the film, always place the glossy side (the side without an illustration) of the film retainer sheet against the film.
120 Format Film Film retainer sheet With its glossy side facing upward, slip the film retainer sheet under the film.
Hold the film edges down by placing the film retainer sheet on top with its glossy side facing downward.
3 Close the document cover.
You can purchase the Accessory Kit for CanoScan 8400F (CSAK-8400F) if the protective sheet or Film Guides are lost or damaged.
The following steps explain how to scan the film with ArcSoft PhotoStudio.
1 Press the power switch on the scanners left side to set it to the ( I ) position. 2 Start ArcSoft PhotoStudio.
Refer to step 2 on page 7.
3 Start ScanGear CS.
Refer to step 4 on page 8.
4 Select the [Select Source].
You can select from the following options for films. Negative Film (Color) / Positive Film (Color)
5 Click [Preview].
ScanGear CS will display the preview image(s).
6 Place a check mark beside the number(s) of the
frame(s) to be scanned.
By default, a check mark appears beside the first frame only. You can scan multiple frames in one step if you place a check mark beside the number of each frame you wish to include.
You can select from the following options. If you selected [Print (300 dpi)] in Step 7: Flexible / 4"x6" / A4 / Letter / Add/Delete If you selected [Image display (150 dpi)] in Step 7: Flexible / 640 x 480 / 800 x 600 / 1024 x 768 / 1600 x 1200 / 2048 x 1536 / Add/Delete [Flexible] is selected in this example. The Flexible option scans at an enlarged size equivalent to the 4" x 6" size. Selecting an option other than [Flexible] in the [Image Display (150 dpi)] category allows you to select the output size in pixels. You can scan film at the correct dimensions for computer displays (screen area) and digital cameras.
When the scan is complete, click the ScanGear CS close box
The scanned image will appear in ArcSoft PhotoStudio.
10Save the scanned image. 11Click close box
(Macintosh) in the PhotoStudio window to close it.
Scanner Type Scanning Element Light Source Optical Resolution Selectable Resolution Scanning Bit Depth Scanning Speed*2 (Photo or Document) Scanning Speed*2 (Film) Preview Speed*3 Interface Maximum Document Size Film Type/Number of Frames Scanner Buttons Temperature Operating Range Power Requirements Power Consumption Maximum Exterior Dimensions Weight
Color Grayscale Color Grayscale, B&W Color, GrayScale, B&W
Flatbed CCD 6-line color Cold cathode fluorescent lamp 3200 x 6400 dpi 25 - 19200 dpi 16 bit input / 16 bit or 8 bit output for each color (RGB) 16 bit input / 16 bit or 8 bit output *1 10.8 msec./line (1600 dpi), 10.8 msec./line (3200 dpi) 10.8 msec./line (1600 dpi), 10.8 msec./line (3200 dpi) 10.8 - 54 msec./line (1600 dpi) Approximately 2.1 sec. USB 2.0 Hi-Speed *4, USB (USB 1.1 equivalent) A4/Letter: 216 x 297 mm 35 mm strip (negative/positive):12 frames, slides (negative/positive): 4 frames 120 format film : max. 6 x 22 cm (filmstrip only) 4 buttons: COPY, SCAN, PDF, E-MAIL 10C to 35C (50F to 95F) 10% to 90% RH, 20% to 80% RH when scanning film (without condensation formation) AC adapter (100/120/230/240V) *5 In operation: 20 watts maximum, Stand-by: 4.5 watts (100/120 V) , 5.0 watts (230/240 V) Power Switch Off: 0.5 watts (Using supplied AC adapter) 278 x 500 x 122 mm Approximately 4.4 kg
16 bit output supported for film scanning only. The fastest speed in USB 2.0 Hi-Speed mode on Windows PC. Transfer time to computer is not included. *3 Calibration processing time is not included. *4 Note that Macintosh computers with USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface expansion cards are not supported. *5 AC adapter type varies according to the region in which the scanner is purchased. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Upgrading to USB 2.0 (Windows Only) To upgrade a computer to the USB 2.0 standard, please use one the following USB expansion cards/hubs that have been verified by Canon for compatibility. Expansion Cards Adaptec USB2connect 5100: PCI bus Adaptec USB2connect 3100LP: PCI bus Adaptec USB2connect 2000LP: PCI bus Adaptec DuoConnect: PCI bus Hubs Adaptec XHUB4 Adaptec XHUB4PLUS Adaptec XHUB7PLUS For installation procedures, please read the instructions that accompany the USB expansion card/hub. After upgrading to Windows XP, reinstall ScanGear CS and CanoScan Toolbox according to the steps on page 4.
This form should be used to record the operating environment for the purchased scanner. If any problems occur with the scanner, you will need this information when you contact our Customer Support Help Desk. Be sure to record the information and store it in a safe location. This information is also required to request a repair under warranty. Make sure you record the information and store it in a safe location. Guaranteed servicing for this equipment will expire five years after production ceases.
Date of Purchase: Dealer Tel: Dealer Address: Scanner Model: CanoScan 8400F Serial Number (on the back of the equipment): About the Computer Used Manufacturer: CPU: Memory Capacity (RAM): Hard Disk Capacity: OS: Windows Macintosh Monitor Type: Printer: Type of Printer: Installed Virus Protection Program: Installed Compression Program: On-Board Expansion Cards: Attached Peripherals: Connected Network System: XP OS X v10.1 Me MB MB Space Available: 2000 OS X v10.OS X v10.3 inches MB Model: Clock Speed: MHz
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