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The DR-7080 achieves scanning speeds of up to 70 pages-per-minute for color, grayscale and black & white scanning up to 200 dpi.
Documents can be scanned in 24-bit color, with an advanced CCD sensor, ensuring superb color reproduction with graphs, charts, photos and more.
The Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) has a capacity of up to 100 sheets of standard paper, and is designed to handle A3-size paper as well as longer documents.
The ADF can be lifted and opens easily whenever flatbed scanning is needed. By raising the ADF on its hinges, books and other thick objects can be placed on the platen glass for clearer scans.
For unmatched ease of use, the DR-7080C allows users to start scanning directly from the operation panel. Additionally, with Job Mode users can save settings for tasks such as Scan to Mail or Scan to Print, and later access these settings through the operation panel.
The DR-7080C's expanded capabilities include a high-speed USB 2.0 or SCSI-III interface, intelligent automatic image rotation, Multistream™ support, and 600 dpi optical resolution.
Multistream technology enables the DR-7080C to simultaneously output two images from a single scan, in a variety of combinations: full-color, black-and-white, grayscale, binary or RGB color dropout, resulting in the ability to capture images for multiple applications at high speed.
The DR-7080C ships standard with Canon's scanning software, CapturePerfect v3.0, a plug-and-play application that provides a choice of output formats for distributed workflows.
Document Set Indicators for both flatbed and feeder modes visually alert users when documents are properly loaded and/or situated on the platen for scanning.
This scanner has been tested for compatibility with industry leading electronic document management systems. Click here for complete list.




† Prices and specifications subject to change without notice. Actual prices are determined by individual dealers and may vary.

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