Contex Americas Launches Three-Part Video Series on HD Ultra
Wednesday, February 08, 2012
Press release from the issuing company
Contex, the world's leading developer of wide format scanning and imaging solutions, today announces a three-part video series that gives tips and tricks for the HD Ultra, the market's fastest and most productive wide format scanner. The videos highlight the flexibility, productivity, and image quality of the recently released scanner, which is put to the test by scanning the most challenging documents. For example, one segment showcases the HD Ultra scanning 10 D-size drawings in less than 70 seconds. Another shows viewers how to achieve high-quality scans from various media, from small or large drawings and color artwork on foam board, to old and wrinkled drawings and newsprint. Each of the videos highlights a different function of the HD Ultra and can be viewed on Contex's website or on its Youtube channel.
"The HD Ultra provides the flexibility to handle a wide range of users' needs, and these videos show our customers just some of the possibilities of this powerful scanner," comments Phil Magenheim, President, Contex Americas.
HD Ultra Tips and Tricks
The HD Ultra videos show various ways to achieve high-quality scans. For example, viewers can see the funnel-shaped feed in action, which easily scans documents that have been curled or wrinkled. Viewers can also watch how the clean-up feature makes old documents look new again. In addition, the videos demonstrate how to utilize the HD Ultra's adaptive threshold, which removes unwanted marks on documents. They also show how to adjust the brightness and whiteness levels of the document's background using the touch-screen monitor.
Viewers can also observe high-speed batch scanning using the right-side paper load, which makes it easy to keep the documents flowing; the sample documents are conveniently saved in one multi-page PDF file. The videos also demonstrate how to scan images to precisely represent the original, making the most of the scanner's 1200 dpi optical resolution and AccuColor technology, which can capture and process full 48 bits of color.
For more information, contact Contex toll-free at 877-226-6839 to find a dealer or distributor best suited for your company's needs.
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