New Plustek Opticbook 3900 1200dpi Usb 2.0 Book

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Designed with Shadow Elimination Element technology and a thin 0.24' edge, the OpticBook 3900 Scanner from Plustek eliminates the book spine shadow and text distortion commonly encountered when books are scanned on flatbeds and copiers. It has an optical resolution of 1200 dpi and has an internal color depth of 48-bit for detailed images with accurate color.

Also, it will perform a 300 dpi scan in about 7 seconds. The document glass measures 8.5 x 11.7' for scanning letter and A4-sized documents and it has a daily duty cycle of about 2,500 sheets. The scanner is Windows and Mac compatible with a TWAIN compliant driver and has USB 2.0 connectivity. Plustek DocTWAIN Standard TWAIN drivers to compatibility with a variety of software. Plustek Book Pavilion Simplify book scanning by converting your physical books and magazines to searchable PDF, PDF, TIFF, JPG, and BMP files. It also has an OCR function as well as file, copy, email, and DI Capture utilities for a streamlined workflow.

View full Plustek OpticBook 3900 specs on CNET. Plain paper, bulk objects (such as books, magazines and other bound materials). Plustek OpticBook 3900 Flatbed Scanner - 1200 dpi Optical - 48-bit Color - 16-bit Grayscale - USB BOOK SCANNER FOR MAC AND PC About This Item Plustek OpticBook 3900 Flatbed Scanner - 1200 dpi Optical. Designed with Shadow Elimination Element technology and a thin 0.24' edge, the OpticBook 3900 Scanner from Plustek eliminates the book spine shadow and text distortion commonly encountered when books are scanned on flatbeds and copiers. It has an optical resolution of 1200 dpi and has an internal color depth of 48-bit for detailed images with accurate color.

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The MAC compatible Plustek OpticBook 3900 Scanner features a unique scanner design that eliminates spine shadows and easy to use software that simplifies the book scanning process.

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Secondary software (PageMaker for Mac) that came with scanner, however, was awful! (Installed, it crashed & did not work at all.) There is free software available online – not noted with this package – called Mac Pavilion that works perfectly with this Plustek OpticBook 3900 scanner: it's needed software for quick scans of books (180 flip on alternate pages, etc.). Once that software was (easily) installed (and PageMaker deleted), this is a great scanner – a good enough size flatbed, but especially good to scan books or magazines with bindings.

MacPavilion does not have OCR software, so if needed must seek elsewhere. Rated 4 out of 5 by Trixter from Does exactly what it is required to do The OpticBook 3900 isn't the best scanner in the world, but it performs its primary job (scanning books and magazines with a minimum of gutter) quite adequately. If you absolutely must scan a periodical that you cannot cut up, this will let you do it.

If you don't mind the time it takes to manually switch the book around, it is an acceptable, economical option. There are many ways to scan a book, but magazines use a screened printing process that no optical (ie. Cameras) scanner can reproduce properly. This can, and the descreening option works fairly well. One note about using the scanner: It is very lightweight and easily slides around on a smooth surface; I rest mine on a hand towel to get it to stop slipping. Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Works great with easy setup It was easy to setup the scanner. Within 45 minutes my first book was fully scanned.

This entry was posted on 03.12.2017.