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Omniscan 12000 BookCopy – the ultimate hand scanner?


The Zeutschel OS 12000 BookCopy is probably the ultimate hand scanner, in that you stand there reading the book and as you do so, you can scan it at a page a second. Neat idea for libraries and other areas where you need fast, reliable copies, but a manual operator is perhaps not so good for those naughty piratez who want to digitize the world in an automated split of a second. [Via AVING]

 Description: overhead copy system for books, newspapers and large-format documents (certificates, drawings, maps) Original formats: 635 x 460 mm (>DIN A2) Book cradle: maximum book thickness 100 mm Auto focus approx. 50 mm Scan mode: 12-bit grayscale and 1-bit b&w Maximum resolution: 300 ppi (600 ppi optional) Scan speed: 1 sec. @ 300 ppi.

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