Minolta MS6000 MKII
Minolta MS6000 MKII
In the digital era, your microfilm and microfiche information is more powerful -- because you can read on screen, print on paper, scan and digitize for electronic filing and distribution. The MS6000 MK II lets you do it all, quickly and easily, at a cost that fits your budget.
- Faster and more flexible operation, with front-panel control button that switches easily from PC scanning at up to 800 dpi to laser printing at up to 20 sheets per minute to speed your work sessions.
- With support for multiple film and fiche carriers to handle microfiche, jackets, aperture cards, 16mm and 35mm roll film, and 16mm film cartridges, one scanner can serve all your microform scanning and printing needs.
- Dual interface gives you a standard SCSI-2 for PC connection, plus a high-speed video connector for your choice of laser printer options.
- Two laser printer options let you select output speeds of 20 ppm (MSP3000) or 8 ppm (MSP2000) -- whichever best meets the needs of your application.
- Two MS6000 MK II scanners may share a single MSP3000 printer (optional) to increase productivity.
- “Push” scanning lets you initiate PC scans and adjust scanning parameters directly from your MS6000 MK II control panel.
- Selectable scanning density of 200, 300, 400, 600 or 800 dpi lets you balance scanning speed and image quality to meet your needs.
- Auto imaging features like motorized image rotation, auto skew correction, prism lens, auto centering and auto frame masking make scanning sessions go faster.
- A wide range of lenses gives you maximum imaging flexibility -- and lenses are interchangeable with previous reader/printer models.
- Manual trimming and masking option lets you select and verify the exact scan area you want.
- Digital image enhancement lets you correct density, contrast, resolution and sharpness.
- Electronic zooming lets you reduce or magnify your image from 50% to 200%.
- Date stamp (with MSP3000 Laser Printer) lets you add date annotations to scanned images.
- Component scanner/printer design lets you configure your system in any way that suits your workspace -- scanner on desktop, laser printer below or on a separate counter or shelf.