Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 Overhead Book and Document Scanner


Price: $655.00 - $556.98
(as of Oct 24,2022 22:54:14 UTC – Details)



The Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 is an overhead style contactless scanner that provides a new perspective on document scanning. Unlike the typical scanner, you can easily scan newspapers, magazines, books or documents of up to 30mm thick directly with the overhead LED, without cutting or damaging them. You can scan a document larger than A4 size by simply positioning it on the A3 scan mat and pressing the scan button. Because there is no need to cut documents or feed each document through the rollers, your important and delicate documents such as valuable books, hand-painted pictures and photos can be scanned without getting damaged. The Multi Document Detection function enables you to scan multiple business cards, photos, newspaper clippings or other documents in one scan, automatically cropping and rotating the scanned images. (Up to 10 documents can be scanned at one time.) Combining high quality CCD optics and advanced LED illumination, the scanner produces a steady image of the whole document, minimizing the unevenness or blurriness even when scanning from a distance. The ScanSnap SV600 is your ultimate partner to scan books or magazines efficiently, providing various useful functions specially designed for book scanning. You do not need to worry about any distortions that are caused by the curve of an opened book or magazine, with the Auto Book Correction that automatically flattens and corrects the curve distortion. When needing to hold a document to scan, fingers captured during the scanning can be removed by using the Point Retouch function. With the Page Turning Detection function, the scanner detects when a page is turned and automatically begins scanning. Another function, the Time Mode, allows you to set a fixed time interval so that the scanner can scan in real time with you. These functions eliminate the hassle of pressing the scan button every time you turn a page and start scanning.

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