The only drawback I can think of is that this is not a high volume unit. Rated 4 out of 5 by Shawn the PhotoNeophyte from Adequate I purchased this item to transfer a bunch of my father in law’s old slides to jpg’s. Rated 1 out of 5 by Ray from Not very good.. No Longer Available Update Location close. It also includes Cyberview CS, Pacific Image’s proprietary scanning software, which features an image adjustment tool that allows users to select color variations from nine settings and view the changes in real-time. Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from very pleasantly surprised I was looking for a low-end slide scanner and found this to be one of the least expensive units on the market. At the price, I don’t think there is a better one.
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No Longer Available Update Location close. Product Highlights USB 2. This unit will handle a tray of four in less than 10 seconds! Intel Core 2 Duo, speed 1. The software driver freezes up and the quality of the image capture is very poor.
As soon as the first scan came out, I realized how horrible this product is. For me, that is OK for others, that may be a volume restriction. It is more like a child’s toy than a serious tool for converting images to digital format.
I like the choice of possible color corrections before saving a photo to Photo Shop elements. Rated 5 out of 5 by lol man from Very Good works well good instructions Easy to use works really well high quality scans.
A brush only moves the dust to another spot. Pentium 4 2GHz, Intel Mobile 1. After a week, at my leisure, slides were already scanned. Although some of the older slides have to be enhanced most of the scans may need little or no enhancing. Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Works great. That would be the last step. Very easy to use. The PLUS is Magic Touch, a powerful technology that is engaged with a touch of a button to detect and eliminate dust, scratches and other flaws, restoring your image to its original beauty.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rob W.
Works great once I got it all figured out. Rated 1 out of 5 by Ray from Not very good. After a few hours of playing with settings cybervkew uninstalling other software, I switched out the USB cable that was included for one of my own and it worked like a charm. Update Unrecognized Zip Code.
Cyberview Cs Scanner For Mac Memor Ease
Equipped with a high-resolution 5MP CMOS sensor, together with Pacific Image’s proprietary uniformity, color balancing and conversion algorithms, Memor-ease creates high-quality images equal to dpi from your negatives and slides.
It does 4 slides at a time and can handle 16 or 20 before you down load and label them. It is still useful for those special Occasions, but for the old slides and negatives I get a great scan that can be printed and it will look as good or better than the original photo. It took me about four hours to get it setup because neither my desktop or my laptop would recognize it.
Rated 4 out of 5 by John from Perfect for my use Bought this unit to scan a few hundred slides taken by my dad from the early 60’s and into the 70’s. Resolution could be higher, but 5MP is good enough for old slides. I have scanned several hundred negatives and slides with great success. Yes, I would reccomend it highly.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jo.
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Keener from Fast and Easy digital Transfer This is the fastest scanner I have ever used, in less than 10 seconds I have a image to view, and have over 20 K negatives to scan in to my archive file. Scanned in 3, slides in about 34 hours total over a 4 week period, including naming and organizing by date as each batch was scanned in. Be the first to review this item. I have no gripes.