Power scanning begins here.
The CanoScan LiDE 500F Color Image Scanner combines sleek styling with heavyweight performance. One convenient cable provides both power and a USB connection, reducing the number of wires around your desk. A USB Hi-Speed interface* enables incredibly fast image transfers to your computer, along with the fastest possible scanning speeds. Previews of your scans are ready in seconds. For added convenience, four easy buttons - Copy, Scan, PDF, and E-Mail - automate the scanning process, so your projects can get done more quickly. Just position your original, select the use for the image, and in seconds it's ready to go.
You're going to love the results. The LiDE 500F scanner delivers a maximum 2400 x 4800 color dpi resolution and 48-bit color depth, for over 281 trillion possible colors. The unique Doubled-Hinge expansion top lifts approx. 1 inch vertically and lays flat on the page to help ensure clear, sharp scans with minimal light distortion.
Scan your old negatives.
Here's a simple solution for all those old negatives you've got sitting in boxes: just place them in the LiDE 500F's film adapter and press the Scan button! These valuable images can be archived on your computer, safe from heat, humidity and dust, and then printed for family and friends. FARE (Film Automatic Retouching and Enhancement) Level 3 is a built-in film retouching technology that automatically removes much of the dust and scratches that may appear on your originals. The result? The final scans of dusty and scratched film can look as good as new.
New Industrial Design.
The Canon LiDE 500F scanner has the latest and sleekest design of the Canon scanner lineup. Able to stand on its side while scanning, it allows the user to save space on the already crowded desk surface.
- 1 cable for USB and power
- Maximum 2400 x 4800 dpi resolution
- Advanced Doubled-Hinge expansion top for scanning bulky items
- Automatic retouching and enhancement for photos and films
- Scan negatives and positives with included film adapter
- 48-bit for over 281 trillion possible colors
* Windows 98 systems operate at USB 1.1 speed only.