4800 Scanner-ICE FireWire Driver
The Epson Perfection Photo scanner with a resolution of x dpi, maximum optical Digital ICE - for effective removal of dust and scratches. TPU with USB , USB and FireWire interfaces; Advanced Film Scanning. In addition, the Dual Lens System from Epson optimizes each scan, automatically selecting from two lenses for the desired scan resolution. You can even use Digital ICE Technologies to take advantage of easy, x dpi, x dpi with Micro Step Drive™ Hi-Speed USB /, IEEE (FireWire®). The scanner includes both DIGITAL ICE Technology for film scans and . bit color, x dpi optical resolution FireWire and USB connectivity.
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4800 Scanner-ICE FireWire Driver
It cleans up prints, rather than film.
The only other manufacturer of consumer market scanners to produce flat bed scanners with a similar hardware and software based blemish removal system is Canon. Canon also has a system called QARE Quality Automatic Retouching 4800 Scanner-ICE FireWire Enhancement designed to work on prints, but it is not a hardware based system and 4800 Scanner-ICE FireWire not so good at preserving absolute quality in areas surrounding removed blemishes.
If you specialise in restoring old photographs that might be torn or otherwise physically damaged, the ScanMaker could be your answer. We certainly look forward to trying one out.
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Official Microtek press release and specifications: We believe that this is an important milestone for digital imaging. Features and Benefits: It doesn't include the time taken by the Photoshop plugin to 4800 Scanner-ICE FireWire or the time for the preview scan and for me to select the settings. I'm also running several other programs while the scanner runs in 4800 Scanner-ICE FireWire background. I'm scanning as a plugin to Photoshop CS2.
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Therefore if you have a hotter computer set to do nothing but scan you'll probably get faster times. I have other work to do on my computer while it scans.
It scans fast and well. I can't really say 4800 Scanner-ICE FireWire better about it, it works great for scanning prints. Pushed to the insane limit of DPI it gets a little soft, but realize the only flat art scanned at DPI would be for very special purposes, like forgery of intaglio printed stock certificates, which are obsolete anyway. The scan from the was done at its native DPI.
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The USM gave an unfair advantage to thebut tough. I had to revert to Photoshop 7, since the US Treasury gets notified when you 4800 Scanner-ICE FireWire CS or CS2 to do the same thing, and unless you have clearance you actually get a warning box that prevents you from continuing!
Anyway, any scanner has more than enough resolution for prints, which normally are scanned at not more than DPI. At DPI it also looks great.
At higher resolutions it's better to scan without USM and add it later, since the 4800 Scanner-ICE FireWire USM is it too great a radius for my taste. For scanning other people's copyrighted items, like magazines and manuals, it seems a little less good than my EPSON since it seems to be more sensitive to wrinkles and folds.
The folds that pop up away from the scanning bed get darker than other scanners as the material gets further away from the light. 4800 Scanner-ICE FireWire was hoping ICE would address this. It doesn't.
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To address this you'll want to try 4800 Scanner-ICE FireWire put weight on the top or something to put more pressure on flattening the original. You shouldn't be scanning printed material unless you created it, anyway. Don't use ICE when scanning ordinary dull document paper or currency. The rough surfaces of these papers drives ICE bananas and it completely blurs and obliterates your scan.
This was in normal mode; I didn't dare try heavy mode. I was hoping ICE would solve my most common issue with scanning 4800 Scanner-ICE FireWire, which is fixing minor folds and unevenness.
Nope, all ICE does with regular dull paper is completely obliterate the document. For scanning glossy prints it took forever to scan a print with ICE and didn't do much to fix my most common flaw: The 4800 Scanner-ICE FireWire says it's not really supposed to clean dust.
I have to try it with the DUST option checked and will let you know.