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Kenro has just launched the Reflecta Super 8 Scanner, which allows users to digitise their Super 8 films in HD or Full HD quality. The device scans a 15m roll of Super 8 (5.78 x 4.01mm) cine film in just over 2 hours and 45 minutes when connected directly to a PC. Key feature highlights include a CMOS sensor, automatic film transport, LED light source, 24-bit colour depth and AVI output. The new Reflecta Super 8 Scanner is now available in specialist shops at an SRP of £1,710 including VAT
Kenro Press Release
Kenro announces the Reflecta Super 8 Scanner
Kenro, the official UK and Ireland distributor of Reflecta (the respected German manufacturer of cutting-edge digitization products) has provided those with Super 8 (5.78 x 4.01mm) cine film archives with a new, revolutionary way of digitizing films quickly and easily - the Reflecta Super 8 Scanner.
The latest innovation from Reflecta has a resolution of 1920x1080p (Full HD) or 1280x720p (HD) and a colour depth of 24 bit. The Scanner features a CMOS sensor and uses an LED light source. Scanning time is 5 seconds per 2 pictures and its video file size is 190MB per 15m of film in HD quality, saved in AVI format.
One of the key benefits of the Super 8 scanner is its ease of use. Simply connect it to the PC via the included USB cable and open the provided Cyberview software while attaching the (colour or monochrome) film spool to the scanner. Then users are ready to go. The film will be transported automatically and initially scanned frame by frame. Cyberview not only allows users to scan their films but has the added option of adjusting brightness and contrast as well as cropping.
* Film type: Super 8 roll film (positive or monochrome film) 18 images/sec or 24 images/sec
* Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (Full HD) or 1280 x 720 (HD)
* Colour depth: 24 bit
* Scan speed: 5.0 seconds / 2 images (about 2 hrs 46 min for one 15m Super 8 film roll)
* Video file size: approx. 190 MB / 15 m film (HD)
* Scan size: max. 5.79 x 4.01 mm (no 8 mm film possible)
* Film transport: Automatic
* Sensor: CMOS
* Light source: LED
* Interface: USB 2.0
* Film format: AVI
USB cable, power adapter, scan software CyberView, operating instructions, empty reel
* PC: Windows XP with SP 2, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 (32/64 bit)
* CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 2 GHz or higher
* RAM: 4 GB minimum
* Free hard disk memory: min. 35 GB
* Required memory for 15 m film: 3 GB
* Dimensions: approx. 213 mm (H) x 143 mm (W) x 232 mm (D)
* Weight: 2.7 kg
Paul Kench, managing director of Kenro: "For those with valuable memories captured on Super 8 Cine Film, this scanner is a 'must have'. The Super 8 scanner is also a great opportunity for mini labs and processers to add an extra, value-added service for their customers. Reflecta is renowned for its innovative and exciting products created for practical needs and this new scanner is built to a very high specification."
The new Reflecta Super 8 Scanner is now available in specialist shops at an SRP of £1,710 including VAT
For further information call Kenro's head office on 01793 615836, or visit the website at www.kenro.co.uk