We had long been on the look-out for a solution with which we could digitize a range of materials in the highest quality… the ScanStudio is the first and so far the only system on the market to follow this all-in-one approach.

- Vincent Tran, FotoHub

Zeutschel ScanStudio

Graphic Arts Scanner and Photo Studio in One Universal Digitization System

Zeutschel ScanStudio - Graphic Arts Scanner and Reprographic System

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The ScanStudio, powered by Phase One, utilizes Zeutschel GmbH’s German-engineering to create a flexible, multimedia graphic arts digitization option for libraries, archives and museums with diverse collections and media types.

The universal ScanStudio reprographic system utilizes 50 and 100 megapixel cameras and various copy board systems/material holders to capture a wide-variety of materials in up to 9000 dpi, including:

  • All size film negatives and glass plates
  • Bound and loose documents including scrapbooks, ledgers, artwork, manuscripts, correspondence and photographic prints
  • Stamps and other collections with fine detail
  • Maps, blueprints and other large‐format materials

Key Features of the Zeustchel ScanStudio:

  • Modular universal capture system
  • A0 model: 33.1″ x 46.8″ scan area
  • A1 model: 23.4″ x 33.1″ scan area
  • A2 model: 16.5″ x 23.4″ scan area
  • 50 or 100 megapixel digital back cameras
  • Short scan time of .5 seconds
  • Interchangeable copyboard accessories, camera and lenses
  • Scanning templates and automatic features for increased efficiency
  • Capable of capturing FADGI 4 star-rated, full Metamorfoze and ISO 19264-1 images

In addition to being the exclusive reseller of the Zeutschel ScanStudio in North America, The Crowley Company utilizes a ScanStudio as part of our conversion services bureau, Crowley Imaging. It has proven to be a highly effective and efficient scan system for over-sized plat maps, prints, rare books, book fold-outs, dimensional objects and photographic materials including collodion wet glass plate negatives.

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