Claimed 7,200 pixel per inch optical resolution.
Comes with sophisticated scan utility for high-quality scans.
Multi exposure feature with high contrast slides.
Bundled software is easy to use.
Padded carry case.
Accurate color reproduction.
Easy-to-use software gives great results.
Slide and negative holders are heavy duty.
SilverFast software included.
Scans only one slide or frame of film at a time.
Little to no automation in software.
Film carriers can be difficult to align properly.
Supplied software wouldn't work with 64bit Windows 7.
Software is probably much more than most of us need.
By PC Mag on September 13, 2011
The Plustek OpticFilm 7400 delivers reasonably high-quality scans, but it lacks the hardware-based dust and scratch removal you'll find in Plustek's more expensive models....50
By ePHOTOzine on December 09, 2010
Once again Plustek have proved themselves capable of producing a scanner that is more than capable of producing excellent results. Costing around £200 it's pretty good value for the quality it produces, although those with scratched or dusty...80
By About.com on November 22, 2010
The Plustek OpticFilm 7400 is a dedicated scanner for negatives and slides. With the aid of the included SilverFast software, the scanner does a phenomenal job of easily scanning negatives and slides and making them look great--without a lot of...80
By BitCity on March 18, 2010
La soluzione di scansione proposta da Plustek si rivolge agli amanti della fotografia e all'utenza domestica. Si tratta di uno scanner per diapositive e pellicole 35 mm caratterizzato da un'elevata ergonomia d'uso e da un prezzo...79
By Clubic on March 17, 2010
Voici venue l'heure de conclure ce long dossier. Trois modèles se démarquent assez clairement : l'OpticFilm 7400 de Plustek, le CanoScan 5600F de Canon et le Perfection V600 Photo d'Epson. Trois produits...-