HP Scanjet 4370 Photo Scanner Announced

July 8, 2005 | Mark Goldstein | Scanners | Comment |

HP Scanjet 4370HP Scanjet 4370 photo scanner is announced today. Featuring 3600 dpi resolution and 48-bit colour, the HP Scanjet 4370 can convert two 35mm slides, negative frames or multiple photos into digital format. The HP Scanjet 4370 Photo Scanner is available from July 15 for £69 / €99.

HP Press Release

Simple, Fast, Versatile Scanning Every day

The HP Scanjet 4370 Photo Scanner provides versatile, easy-to-use scanning, ideal for those looking to archive their photo collection

TENERIFE, June 27, 2005 – HP today unveiled the new HP Scanjet 4370 Photo Scanner, providing simple, easy scanning at the touch of a button. With a high scanning resolution and negative and slide scanning, it becomes easy to copy and archive important photos and documents in digital format, ensuring they last for years to come.

The HP Scanjet 4370 Photo Scanner makes it simple for users to convert their hard copy photos and documents into digital form quickly and easily. Whether scanning photo negatives, large reports or 3-D objects, four intuitive one-touch buttons mean users can perform multiple tasks in one step. A ‘fast preview’ feature allows users to quickly view and select the objects and documents they wish to scan, ensuring each individual file is replicated with the highest possible quality every time.

With the ability to transform photo negatives into true-to-life digital images, the HP Scanjet 4370 Photo Scanner is a perfect tool for those looking to archive large collections of old photographs. The product easily converts two 35mm slides, negative frames or multiple photos into digital format, ensuring that memories can be stored and shared with future generations.

Featuring 3600-dpi resolution and 48-bit colour specifications, the scanner can produce high quality digital files for lasting posterity. Fitting up to three 10 x 15 cm photos on the scanner bed at once, images to be stored in any specified location as individual prints.  Additionally, this versatile scanner is able to scan important documents and immediately convert them into PDF files, making sure the digital copies retain the same crispness as the original.

Using the supplied HP Real Life technologies, users can automatically remove red-eye from the digital copies of their photos. Users can even adjust the lighting of an image and enhance detail in poorly lit or shadowy photos, ensuring the colour and detail look more lifelike.

HP Image Zone software allows users control of the focus, contrast and sharpness of digital photos, using their PC. Using HP Instant Share software users can scan, store and send their favourite images to their friends and family, without burdening them with large file attachments.

The HP Scanjet 4370 Photo Scanner is available from July 15 at a European Manufacturer Recommended Street Price of €99.

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