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Using the PowerSlide 5000 slide scanner  

Guide to digitizing slides using Trexler Library's scanner, located on Level A. Please visit the Lending Services Desk for access.
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PowerSlide 5000

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Quick Slide Viewer

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About the Scanner

Features

• Batch scan 50mm x 50mm mounted slides
• 48-bit, 5000 x 5000 dpi optical resolution
• Magic Touch/Auto Color/DNR or dust and scratch removal, color reconstruction,    
  and grain equalization and management.
• USB 2.0

Efficient Batch Scanning With the included slide magazine, the PowerSlide 5000 is capable of
non-stop scanning up to 50 slides at a time. Single slides can also be scanned easily as well.
 
Superior Image Quality With advanced 5000dpi optical resolution, 48-bit data conversion,
 Dmax 3.8 dynamic range, PowerSlide5000 captures and digitizes a crisp and vivid image
from the slide. ( Includes our patented Magic Touch dust and scratch removal technology)
 
Convenient Interface Equipped with USB 2.0 port, the most popular computer interface,
 PowerSlide 5000 offers you the benefit of versatility and fast performance.
 
Quick Slide Viewer The PowerSlide 5000 has built-in a mini light panel which allows you
to conveniently view the slide image before scanning. Just rest the slide in the viewer and press down slightly (left).
 
 
(Information courtesy of manufacturer's website)

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