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Hardware-based dust and scratch removal.
Comes with sophisticated scan utility for high-quality scans.
Cheaper than most slide scanners.
Easy to use.
Well built in a small package.
Scans only one slide or frame of film at a time.
Little to no automation in software.
No auto feeder.
Slow scanning on higher quality settings
Bluish cast in some configurations.
Strange triangle shapes with dust removal.
By PC Mag on September 12, 2011
The Plustek OpticFilm 7600i SE offers reasonably high-quality scans, thanks in large part to the bundled SilverFast SE scan utility, but scanning each slide is a time-intensive task....
By ConsumerSearch on February 01, 2011
The Plustek OpticFilm 7600i SE is a dedicated film scanner with a compact and simple design. Measuring 4.7 inches by 10.7 inches and weighing 3.5 pounds, the 7600i SE will not take up much space and is fairly portable. Shutterbug.com reviewer David B....
By Testfreaks on April 08, 2010
The scanner is quiet and fast and the results are very good. The problems I had with dust removal in black and white and the bluish cast at 2400 dpi bring down the final grade a notch. But otherwise the Plustek OpticFilm 7600i SE is very nice to work...
By Trusted Reviews on March 08, 2010
Over the past decade digital cameras have almost completely replaced film cameras for day-to-day photography. Although there are some professionals still using film for large format photography and other specialist applications, in the consumer...
By Amateur Photographer on January 01, 2010
With little in the way of competition, the Plustek OpticFilm 7600i SE is bound to turn a few heads, especially given its keen price. With a dynamic range of 3.5EV, it may not be able to match the 4.2EV dynamic range of the Nikon Coolscan V, but the...
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