DR1600

  • The DR1600 microfilm scanner is designed to make microfilm scanning quick and easy in a wide range of microfilm recording applications.
  • With intuitive operation and auto focus and exposure control, you’ll have a system that allows even first-time users to produce sharp, clear images right from the start.

Description

The DR1600 microfilm scanner is designed to make microfilm scanning quick and easy in a wide range of microfilm recording applications. With intuitive operation and auto focus and exposure control, you’ll have a system that allows even first-time users to produce sharp, clear images right from the start.

  • Built-in RS-232C interface lets you connect your microfilm scanner to a PC for use as a data entry camera in CAR (Computer Assisted Retrieval) systems, with full camera control from your PC.
  • Precision Konica Minolta lenses are designed for high-resolution images at all focal lengths — from single sheets of paper to books up to .78 inches (2cm) in thickness.
  • Other features include:
    • A precision fluorescent lamp provides uniform illumination for consistent exposures, roll after roll.
    • With automatic width sensing, documents up to 8/12″ × 14″ are filmed in single frames while larger documents are filmed in double-width frames.
    • Frame numbers and/or blip marks can be selected and recorded on your film using your microfilm scanner for faster, easier identification and indexing.


 

Features

  • Superior Image Quality:
    • ​The DR1600 microfilm scanner is equipped with Konica Minolta lenses that are designed for high-resolution images from a wide range of originals at all focal lengths — from single sheets of paper to books up to .78 inch (2cm) in thickness.
  • Uniform Illumination:
    • A precision fluorescent lamp system provides uniform illumination for consistent microfilm exposures, roll after roll.
  • Auto Exposure Control:
    • Advanced electronics technology provides completely automatic exposure adjustment for sharp, clear images every time; manual focusing is also available for special filming needs.
  • Auto Focus and Reduction:
    • Just place a document on the copyboard, and the Konica Minolta DR1600 microfilm scanner automatically selects both the reduction ratio and the proper focus to ensure correctly sized images.
  • Document Width Sensing:
    • Automatically senses and selects the right frame size to suit your original; documents up to 8-1/2″ × 14″ legal size are filmed in single frames, while larger documents are filmed in double wide-width frames — but filmed images are always upright for easy reading.
  • Single-Corner Positioning:
    • Because only a single corner of your document needs to be positioned correctly, the DR1600 greatly simplifies filming and minimizes document handling.
  • Frame Indexing:
    • For faster, easier identification and indexing, frame numbers and/or blip marks can be selected and recorded on your film; three levels of blip marks (Item, Batch, and Block) are selectable, and all are encoded inside the camera head for consistent readability as well as more accurate document exposures.
  • Manual Information Input:
    • You can manually input up to three 4-digit numbers or a single 12-digit number into your microfilm scanner to precisely identify each frame with time, date, or other specialized information; numbers appear along the top of the frame.
  • Zero-Space Filming:
    • Lets you automatically eliminate the gap between frames, permitting more documents to be filmed per roll and minimizing the flicker effect when you view moving film.
  • Replaceable Camera Head:
    • The camera head can be easily replaced in seconds, allowing different users to use their own camera heads for specific filming purposes.
  • RS-232C Interface:
    • Connect a PC to the built-in RS-232C interface, and the DR1600 permits full control of all camera operations from your computer for data entry in CAR (Computer Assisted Retrieval) systems.
  • Self-Diagnostics:
    • A self-diagnosis system with red LEDs warns you when film is about to run out or when the camera head isn’t locked to the main body of your microfilm scanner.