Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II - flatbed scanner (6218B009)

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Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II - Flatbed scanner - 216 x 297 mm - 9600 dpi x 9600 dpi - USB 2.0


Enjoy high-speed scanning for everything from photos to documents, to even 35 mm film while also enjoying superb quality. The CanoScan 9000F Mark II Color image scanner is a high-speed scanner with professional film scanning quality. The CanoScan 9000F Mark II features Super Toric lens, delivering pin-sharp scans from edge-to-edge and bright, low noise images. In addition, its fare level 3 feature provides dust and scratch removal, along with fading, grain and backlight correction. Plus, its auto scan mode automatically adjusts settings by detecting what you're scanning.

Specifications

  • Projector / Recommended Use
    Desktop
  • Miscellaneous / Microsoft Certification
    Compatible with Windows 7
  • Miscellaneous / Compatible Mobile Devices
    9000F Mark II
  • Header / Compatibility
    Mac
  • Header / Product Line
    Canon CanoScan
  • Scanner / Supported Document Type
    Plain paper
  • Scanner / Interface Type
    USB 2.0
  • Scanner / Max V-Optical Resolution
    9600 ppp
  • Scanner / Max H-Optical Resolution
    9600 ppp
  • Scanner / Type
    flatbed scanner
    • Colour:
  • System Requirements / OS Required
    Microsoft Windows Vista (32/64 bits)
  • Header / Packaged Quantity
    1
  • Dimensions & Weight / Depth
    48 cm
  • Dimensions & Weight (Handset) / Weight
    4.6 kg
  • Scanner / Input Type
    Color
  • Dimensions & Weight / Width
    27 cm
  • Dimensions & Weight / Height
    11.1 cm
  • High capacity
    no
  • Scanner / Color Depth
    48-bit color

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Reviews

Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II - flatbed scanner is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 70.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Haters Need A Dose Of Reality... Since this product DOES work with Windows 10, I'm going to ignore every complaint about how it does not... What gets overlooked is that there is no native support for TWAIN-64 in Windows: blame Microsoft for that, not the scanner manufacturers. Software products like Vuescan bypass that problem and make this scanner available regardless whatever version of Windows is being used. The CanoScan software is available as a WIA scanner option in any application which allows for the user to choose the input source; again, get over it. One of the best indicators of the results this scanner can achieve, comes from scanning 16mm film frames: I can get 5" x 7" prints out of a film size which is a bit smaller than 110 negative. This scanner is not for the casual user, by any means. A CanoScan 220 is a much safer choice for the under-initiated. If you want to work for top results and need affordable power, this scanner IS the best choice, and does not cost an arm and a leg in the process.
Date published: 2016-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I Could Not Be More Pleased I have used a Canon 8000F for many years and did not want to replace it-I loved it. However, I was not able to obtain a driver for it for WINDOWS 7-64 bit. Since I was a little upset with Canon over this, I shopped around extensively for a new scanner. I soon reached the inescapable conclusion that Canon still makes the best home scanner and purchased a Canon 9000F for a large scanning project--six large bins of a hundred years of family photos. The MULTI-PHOTO, AUTO-ALIGN advanced features along with the speed of the 9000F are making short work of this project! We scanned over 10,000 pictures in just two afternoons. (Only 20,000 to go!) The pictures, negatives, and slides all produce high resolution crisp, sharp, acurately colored photos. The new one-botton features are also so useful that we use them daily. The installation was flawless, and the 9000F has not missed a beat through this heavy use. I COULD NOT BE MORE PLEASED. I hate to say it, but thank you Canon for not having a driver for my old 8000F.
Date published: 2011-09-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Finally - a fast and easy to use photo scanner I have thousands of family photos to scan and organize. Some have been literally "stuck" in "magnetic" albums for years. When I remove them from the albums (a better description would be peel), the photos curl. I can place 2 to 4 of the curled photos on the screen and scan them. The included software separates the photos into different files which can be saved and named in batches. The photos do not have to be lined up square with the scanner window, they can be at an angle. This makes the scanning much faster. A scan at the default resolution takes about 10 seconds. This includes processing and separating the photos into individual files. A 3.5" x 5" photo results in a 400KB file size, perfect for my pupose. The resolution is adjustable. I am very satisfied with the scanner and have made significant progress on the oldest photos. When i get to the newer photos that are in window albums, the speed of the process will increase substantially.
Date published: 2010-11-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love it. I have scanned about 700 images (prints, slides and negs) and I am very pleased with the quality.
Date published: 2017-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have scanned several hundred (of 7-8,000) slides and 50 or so documents. I was wowed when it turned a scan of four 80 year old snapshots into four separate files of digital slides! I am well impressed with the ease, quality, and speed of my CanoScan 9000F. My biggest problem is that many of my slides are 127 size film, square pictures that fit in the regular 2x2 slide. I've learned, from Canon's support crew how to stretch the cropping (or is it UN-cropping) to get the whole slide scanned, but that works one at a time and is very slow. If it can scan 35mm in portrait or landscape, why can't I get a square picture? And when it does scan my 127s, it tries to find the best direction to crop it: portrait or landscape, often missing what think is best, so I sometimes cover the 127 slide with an empty 35mm slide to frame it. Without that, the scanner sometimes crops the 127s surprisingly narrower or wider than expected. The only other improvement I'd suggest is a special bell or sound at the end of the scan to alert me to get on with scanning. Thanks for a fine piece of equipment.
Date published: 2011-03-04
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