Manufacturer: Canon Inc.
Caution Level: Medium
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Operating System: Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98
Latest Version / Release Date: 220.127.116.11 / 02 Dec 2002
Computers handle a lot of information in them and depending on the type of application they are handled differently. There are computer users who deal with important documents such certificates, transcripts, licenses, company logos just but to name a few. These documents are retrieved from the computer but must be presented in a hard copy form. Apart from the computer, documents can also be external and this too can be scanned depending on the type of scanner one is using. To be able to obtain hard copies of these documents in their original format users have to scan and print them. A scanner is a device that is responsible for this. CanoScan 3000/3000F is one of the scanners in the market that is able to do this. This scanner is a color image scanner and is best suited for documents that include many colors.
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This scanner includes a 35mm film adapter that is built-in which is used to scan negatives and slides to incorporate them into specific projects. The resolution of this scanner is put at 9,600 dpi which has over 281 trillion colors (maximum 48-bit) and this gives great photo scans every time. When scanning hard copy images using this scanner, it on removes any scratches or dirt that might be on the documents hence producing cleaner, richer, more robust images. This scanner is also well designed to scan bulky items that may include magazines, books and still maintain good quality. This scanner includes bundled software that is able to scan multiple photos in one pass as well as transfer the photos to a CD. CanoScan 3000/3000F uses a USB port to transfer data which is very fast. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and CanoScan 3000/3000F errors before installing any driver updates.