The new Canon LiDE700F Color Image Scanner provides consumers with a high-speed scanning solution capable of capturing a letter-sized image — roughly the size of a large wedding photo or school portrait — at 300 dots-per-inch (dpi) in approximately 12 seconds.
The scanner can capture one frame of a 35mm filmstrip at a maximum optical resolution of 9600dpi to help digitally archive customer’s older photographic film. Powered and connected via a single USB cord, the LiDE700F, includes a LED light source for low power consumption. Canon helps make scanning easier with Auto-Scan Mode, a one-touch solution where the scanner will automatically detect the type of document or image being scanned and adjust the setting accordingly. The scanner’s four easy buttons offer simple, single-touch operation for copying, scanning, and creating e-mail attachment/multi-page PDF files.
The LiDE700F scanner is expected to ship to retailers in April at an estimated retail price of $129.99.