FCC REGULATIONS (For 120V models)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the manual. If such changes or modifications should
be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment.
RADIO INTERFERENCE REGULATIONS (For 120V models)
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the Interference-causing
equipment standard entitled "Digital Apparatus", ICES-003 of the Industry Canada.
RÈGLEMENT SUR LE BROUILLAGE RADIOÉLECTRIQUE (For 120V models)
Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits radioélectriques applicables aux appareils numériques de Classe A prescrites dans la
norme sur le matériel brouilleur: "Appareils Numériques", NMB-003 édictée par l'Industrie Canada.
Für EMNG
Dieses Produkt ist zum Gebrauch im Wohnbereich, Geschäfts-und Gewerbebereich sowie in Kleinbetrieben vorgesehen.
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Using the Scanner
Using the Scanner
Switching On
Use the procedure below to switch the scanner on.
IMPORTANT
If an FS Controller III is installed on the scanner,
switch the FS Controller III on first.
1 Press the “|” side of the power switch to turn on the
main unit. When the main unit is switched on, the Start
key glows red and the scanner switches.
(In ReaderPrinter mode: Green. In Scanner mode: Red)
2 Switch on the computer and printer.
IMPORTANT
Switch on any SCSI devices connected to the computer before you switch on the computer.
Switching Off
1 Switch off the computer and printer.
2 Press the “o” side of the power switch to switch the
scanner off.
IMPORTANT
If the scanner will not be used for a lengthy period,
unplug the power cord as a safety measure.
Loading the Film
Because film loading methods differ for each carrier, refer
to the instructions provided with the carrier for information
on how to load the film.
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Using the Scanner
Adjusting the Image
The instructions below describe how to adjust the image
projected onto the scanner screen.
Note
The image can be adjusted using the operation panel
below the screen or the optional operation keyboard.
Focusing the Image
The image projected on the screen can be focused either
automatically (Auto Focus) or manually.
Auto Focus
1 Check that the AF key on the operation panel is lit.
AF key
Control knob
• Auto Focus does not function when the AF key is unlit.
2 Press the AF key.
• If you press the AF key when it is lit, the image sensor
moves to automatically adjust the focus before returning
to its original position.
• The AF key flashes during auto focusing.
Note
AF operates more easily when the image projected on
the screen is rotated slightly so that it appears
skewed.
AF operates more successfully when the image
projected on the screen is rotated slightly so that it
appears skewed.
FOCUS key
IMPORTANT
AF may not operate normally for some images. In
this event, focus the image manually or retry auto
focusing.
Image adjust
mode indicators
Manual Focus
1 Press the FOCUS key.
2 Turn the image adjustment control knob left or right to
focus the image.
Image adjustment
selection key
image adjustment
control dial
Note
To adjust the focus using the operation keyboard,
press the image adjustment selection key to select the
mode (the ZOOM, FOCUS or ROTATE mode indicator lights) and then use the image adjustment control
dial to adjust the image.
(Operation keyboard)
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Using the Scanner
Enlarging and Reducing the Image
ZOOM key
Control knob
1 Press the ZOOM key.
2 Turn the image adjustment control knob to enlarge or
reduce the image. Turn the knob to the left to enlarge
the image and to the right to reduce it.
• If you are using the optional operation keyboard, press
the image adjustment selection key until the ZOOM
indicator lights and then turn the image adjustment
control dial left or right to enlarge or reduce the image.
Turn the dial to the left to enlarge the image and to the
right to reduce it.
Note
Zoom ratios can be stored in the preset zoom keys so
that images can subsequently be enlarged or reduced
by the stored ratio at a single touch. (➜ P.28 “Storing
a Zoom Setting”)
Rotating the Image
● Rotation by any angle
Control knob
1 Press the ROTATE key.
2 Turn the image adjustment control knob to rotate the
image. Turn the knob to the left to rotate the image to
the left and to the right to rotate it to the right.
ROTATE key
• If you are using the optional operation keyboard, press
the image adjustment selection key until the ROTATE
indicator lights and then turn the image adjustment
control dial left or right. Turn the dial to the left to
rotate the image to the left and to the right to rotate it to
the right.
● 90° Rotation
When you are using the optional operation keyboard,
the image can be rotated left or right in 90° steps simply
by pressing the image rotation keys. Press the key to
rotate the image 90° to the left and the key to rotate it
90° to the right.
Note
The 90° rotation function can also be assigned to one
of the function keys on the operation panel. (➜ 27
“Function Keys”)
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Using the Scanner
Printing or Scanning the Image
In Reader Printer mode, the image projected on the scanner
screen can be printed directly to a FilePrint 400 printer
connected to the scanner. In Scanner mode, the image can
be downloaded as image data to a computer connected to
the scanner and then printed on a printer connected to the
computer.
The actual scan settings and the procedure for the scanning
mode differ depending on your application program. For
this reason, the descriptions given here cover only the
scanning modes that can be set from the scanner’s operation panel.
Refer to the user manuals for your application software for
information on the scan settings and the procedure for
downloading the image.
Selecting the Polarity
This setting selects the film polarity (positive or negative).
Press the Negative/Positive key on the operation panel or
the optional operation keyboard to select the film polarity.
(
) Negative Positive output from negative film
(
) Positive
( A ) Auto
Positive output from positive film
The scanner automatically detects the film
type and generates positive output. When
the Auto setting is selected, the Negative or
Positive indicator blinks during scanning to
indicate the film type.
Notes
• If the black-white ratio in the screen is almost even,
if the image border is small, or if you have used
trimming to select an area at the edge of the image,
the scanner may be unable to automatically detect
the film type. In this event, select the film polarity
manually.
• If you select Positive, border removal (➜ P.27) and
automatic skew correction (➜ P.30) are disabled.
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Using the Scanner
Brightness Adjustment
Use the procedures described here to adjust the image
brightness during scanning or printing. The brightness can
be adjusted either automatically (AE) or manually.
● Automatic adjustment
Press the AE key on the operation panel or the operation
keyboard (sold separately). The AE key lights and the
image brightness is adjusted automatically during
scanning.
Note
When automatic adjustment is selected, you can
make fine adjustments to the brightness through 17
levels by pressing the brightness adjustment keys (
and ).
Moving the indicator to the right brightens the image
by fine increments, and moving it to the left darkens
the image by fine increments.
● Manual adjustment
When the AE key is lit, you can use the brightness adjustment keys ( and ) to adjust the brightness of the scanned
image. Moving the indicator to the right brightens the
scanned image and moving it to the left darkens the
scanned image.
Note
In manual adjustment, the brightness can be adjusted
through 33 levels, as shown in the figure at left.
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