The Coolscan V ED also features high-grade image enhancement technology. Digital ICE4 Advanced, the new and improved digital image correction function from Advanced Science Fiction, consists of Digital ICE (Image Correction & Enhancement), Digital ROC (Reconstruction Of Colour), Digital GEM (Grain Equalization & Management), and the brand-new Digital DEE (Dynamic Exposure Extender). A Scan Image Enhancer feature makes brightness and colour adjustment one-touch simple.
Add a plug-and-play USB 2.0 interface to facilitate image transfer and you've got an affordable film scanner with the operational ease you'd expect, and the quality your images deserve.
- High-quality film scanning
The Coolscan V ED's 4,000-dpi true optical resolution and 14-bit A/D input converter with 16- and 8-bit output enable the reproduction of sharp, crisp images with vibrant colors. Nikon's exclusive Scanner Nikkor ED lens also plays a key role in the delivery of high-quality images, reducing color aberration and minimizing image distortion. Proprietary LED illumination technology ensures consistently accurate color reproduction.
- Quick, easy operation and high performance
The Coolscan V ED is designed to be easy for even first-time users to operate. Simply set the film, perform one-touch image preview and click the Scan button. In about 38 seconds, you'll have a high-quality digital image at 4,000 dpi. Image data transfer is also a breeze, as the Coolscan V ED incorporates the high-speed USB 2.0 interface.
- Unmatched image restoration functions
Scan Image Enhancer
The Scan Image Enhancer function automatically adjusts brightness and color saturation, producing images with optimal contrast.
Digital ICE4 Advanced
Digital ICE4 Advanced is an impressive suite of four image correction technologies. Digital ICE works with LED illumination to remove surface dust and scratches without altering image composition. Digital ROC automatically rebuilds and restores deteriorated color values for faithfully rendered images. Digital GEM reduces the effects of film grain, producing sharp, clear images without clumping or graininess. The newly added Digital DEE function uses exposure compensation to help reveal details that may be hidden in shadowy or highlighted portions of scenes.