Download Plustek OpticFilm 120 Drivers for Mac and Windows



Download Plustek OpticFilm 120 Drivers for Mac and Windows
Plustek OpticFilm 120 Drivers Download

Download Plustek OpticFilm 120 Drivers for Mac and Windows

DOWNLOAD 59.8MB ↔ Plustek OpticFilm 120 Driver 5.0.2.0 for Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 8.1 / Win XP / Vista / Win 7 (32bit and 64bit)

DOWNLOAD 0.7MB ↔ Plustek OpticFilm 120 Patch Driver V1.0.0.28 for Mac 10.5 - 10.12 or later

Download Plustek OpticFilm 120 Drivers for Mac, Windows and Review

After in the year 2011 first reports concerning a brand-new scanner for tool styles from Plustek showed up, in the year 2012 the Plustek OpticFilm 120 was presented at the tradeshow photokina for the first time. The official market launch, however, was delayed again and again. Starting at January 2013 a number of particular tools appeared on the marketplace, as well as in the following months over and over some single gadgets were readily available. So it is challenging for us to discuss an official date for the business launch; let's claim approximately spring 2013.

When checking out the technological data of the Plustek one immediately notices that they seem promising. With a hardware resolution of physical 5300 dpi and also interpolated 10600 dpi, a vibrant thickness of 4.01 and also a maximum scannable film dimension of 60x120 mm below seems a medium style scanner has actually come onto the marketplace for a reasonable price, for which many tool format digital photographers, who never ever had the pleasure of having a Nikon Super Coolscan 9000ED, have waited on a very long time.

Plustek OpticFilm 120 Drivers for Mac and Windows - Just how the Plustek OpticFilm 120 proves in practice as well as which performance it yields, our adhering to examination record will certainly reveal. Certainly we will certainly enter into the rival version Reflecta MF5000 againd as well as once more, which entered into the market currently in September 2011. Additionally we will check out, if the Plustek OpticFilm 120 can stay up to date with the leader in the medium style location Nikon Super Coolscan 9000ED, and also if the Nikon 9000 can additionally preserve its leading setting in the film scanner area with its exceptional efficiency data.

The Plustek 120 is delivered in a box with lugging deal with as it is usual for Plustek. This box contains everything you need in order to start scanning straight. The scanner itself has a steel instance which is really durable and also makes it appear stylish. The front of the scanner is constructed from black high gloss plastic, on which after switch-on the Plustek logo design shines blue. By this it is done without a separate condition LED. Additionally there is a switch for changing the scanner on and off, which shines red according to the operation setting. And there is a switch for expeling the film owner at the high gloss front of the scanner, which has the measurements 210 x 374 x 189 mm and also weights just 5,7 kg. We could claim that it is a light scanner, since as compared to the Nikon 900, which weights regarding 9 kg and also is a lot bigger, the Plustek OpticFilm 120 appears to be a lightweight.

When we take a look at the behind of the scanner it promptly becomes clear, why the Plustek is so small and also light: On the back side there is a security cover, which secures the movie holder slot, the USB 2.0 port and also the power supply port. In order to set up the scanner, this protection has to be flapped down. The slot for the movie holders at the front is protected by an opening flap. This avoids dirt getting involved in the gadget, while it stalls on the desk.

 For us it is an enigma just what the flap at the behind is good for, since the scanner inside is secured by the flap of the movie holer slot and the USB port and also the power supply port do not need an additional security. The only sense, which we could see at the added flap at the scanner behind, is that you havae to book concerning 10cm behind the scanner, which corresponds to the size of that flap, considering that the film holder is shifted outwards at the backside of the scanner while scanning. Aside from that this flap is only a disturbing, annoying part, which exists uselessly on the surface of the desk.

In the extent of delivery there are 7 movie holders included: 2 movie owners for 35mm films and also five for medium layout (120/220mm) films. At the first glance one ends up being perplex, given that other tool layout scanners can do with 3 movie holders. If the many film holders have an advantage in practice or simply make the scanner unnecessarily expensive, we will certainly check out later in this evaluation.


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