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... smallest to largest. In addition to these listed below, Visix will accommodate all Twain based flatbed scanners that have a transparency adapter. A transparency adapter is nothing more than a "light-lid ... Size 6" X 9" 8" X 10" 8.5" X 11.7" 12"X 16"
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Comments Scans 35mm slides, film strips Scans pans and some FMXs ...
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602100 Microtek ScanMaker 5800 Scanner
4800 x 2400 dpi, 48 bit, A4 size, Dmax 3.6, with OCR, USB 2.0...US$103.10
602110 Microtek ScanMaker i800 Scanner
9600 x 4800 dpi, 48 bit colour, Dual (reflective & transperancy) ICE, F4 size , 4.0 Dmax, FireWire & USB 2.0, Film size: 35mm slide & film , 4" x 5", 6 x 22cm & 8"x 12"..US$511.00
602101 Microtek ScanMaker s450 Scanner
-9600 x 4800 dpi, 48 bit, A4 size, Zero Margin, Dmax 3.8, with OCR, USB 2.0, -Built-in 35mm film adapter..US$171.90
602111 Microtek ScanMaker i900 Scanner
6400 x 3200 dpi, 48bit colour, Dual Media E.D.I.T., F4 size, 8MB Buffer,4.2 Dmax, Firewire & USB 2.0 (Hi-Speed), with Digital ICE (reflective)Film size: 35mm filmstrip, 35mm slide, 6x9cm, 4"x5", 8"x10", IT8 colour target for Reflective & Positive Film. CMYK Output...US$858.50
604154 Canon CanoScan 4400F Flatbed scanner * Type: Flatbed scanner - desktop * Max Supported Media Size: 216 x 297 mm * Dimension : Width: 25.9 cm x ...
Bessey Hall Graphics Workstation Computer Student Fee proposal to the College of Agriculture submitted by the Department of Plant Pathology
Department responsible for completing the project: Plant Pathology Signatures of Participants:
Aurelie Rakotondrafara, President Graduate Student Organization Department of Plant Pathology
Daniel E. Dennis, Information Technology Coordinator Department of Plant Pathology
Project Leader: Daniel E. Dennis, TEL 4-0010, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Overview and Expected Benefit Graphical presentation of data is an integral part of any student's research and class work endeavors. It is becoming increasingly difficult for students to access equipment capable of producing high quality graphical presentations that are designed to aid them in the dissemination of their research findings and the production of their class work. This difficulty arises both from a financial and logistical standpoint. Financially, the equipment and software needed to produce high quality ...