[3dem] Nikon Super Coolscan 9000 discontinued
rh15 at mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk
Tue Feb 1 09:49:24 PST 2011
We have been using a Zeiss SCAI film scanner since 1996. It has worked
well and we have just had it upgraded to operate under Photoscan
Windows. According to Russell Roe, who is the Intergraph technical
consultant (Intergraph is the company that supplies sales, service and
support for the SCAI), there is a robust market in refurbished SCAI film
scanners. This is because many members of the aerial photography
community are switching over to digital aerial cameras and, as a result,
many SCAI scanners are available for refurbishment.
The current price for a refurbished SCAI is $90,000 (US). Anyone
interested should contact Russell at the Cc'd email address. If you are
from outside Europe, Russell will put you in contact with a local
On 27/01/2011 12:06, LUQUE BUZO, DANIEL wrote:
> Dear all,
> We are trying to acquire a Nikon Super Coolscan 9000 for our lab. When
> we have contacted Nikon they, surprisingly, have communicated me that
> “Nikon scanner range has been recently discontinued and none of them can
> be acquired new any longer”. Do you know anything about this?
> Additionally, if the Zeiss SCAI/ZI Photoscan was discontinued and now
> the Nikon SuperCoolscan has been also discontinued, is there any
> alternative scanner for high resolution 3DEM?
> Kind Regards
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> 3dem at ncmir.ucsd.edu
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