The Freedman Center offers a variety of imaginging equipment for in-Center use.
If you have any questions, thoughts, or suggestions, please drop us a line.
|Wacom Cintiq HD (1) In-Center use
This large, high-def Wacom drawing display is great for fine touch-ups in Adobe Photoshop or for drawing your own digital illustrations in Adobe Illustrator. This is Wacom's most advanced, pressure sensitive pen display. It is very precise with intuitive, muli-touch capabilities.
|Nikon Super CoolScan 5000 - 35MM Slide and Film Scanner (4) in-Center use
These special scanners scan 35m slides and film negatives at a very high resolution (24MP equivalent).
|Nikon CoolScan 9000 - 35MM Slide and Film Scanner (1) in-Center use
These special scanners scan 35m slides and film negatives at a very high resolution (4000 dpi true optical-resolution). As with other Nikon scanners, this features Digital ICE technology (Image Correction and Enhancement) which removes dust, scratches, and even allows for the restoration of faded color.
|Epson Perfection 4990 Photo Scanner (6) in-Center use + 2 available 1st floor of Kelvin Smith Library when library is open
This powerful performer scans multiple slides simultaneously, as well as negatives and photos. And, with its built-in transparency unit, it accommodates film up to 8" x 10". Housed in a sleek outer case with an illuminated scan progress indicator, this scanner delivers intricate detail, due to an astounding 4800 x 9600 dpi resolution, 48-bit color depth, and 4.0 Dmax
|Epson Perfection 10000XL Medium Format Photo Scanner (1) in-Center use
This scanner is available to scan larger works - up to 12" x 17" - at ultra high resolutions. This scanner also has a transparency adapter to scan transparent media like X-rays. Biomedical researchers have used this to scan their film transparencies for example.
|HP Designjet T1200 HD Large Format Scanner(1)
This large format sheet fed scanner quickly scans oversized materials, up to 42” wide, with a maximum of 600dpi. A carrier is available for fragile materials. Scanning is done by specially trained staff and an appointment is necessary.