With a capture rate of 1 image per second, Phase One Film Scanning Solutions are up to 400 times faster than flatbed, drum or virtual-drum scanners.
Regardless of the transparency or size of the original glass or film negative or transparency, Phase One solutions provide a consistent and reliable workflow, ensuring that the highest levels of image quality and accuracy are met.
A large part of the Cultural Heritage community works on the digitization of rare and delicate bound materials. Digitization of books often requires special attention to the binding, which can be fragile, and will determine how the material can be treated in the process. This can sometimes be the limiting factor when looking for fast capture.
Phase One book scanning solutions, in partnership with Digital Transitions' specialized copy stands, facilitate an accelerated capture process while remaining attentive to material safety.
Flat copy work often requires a "set and forget" workflow where the camera and software are set up so that large numbers of flat objects can be recorded quickly while maintaining high resolution and consistently accurate color and luminosity.
The Phase One iXG and XF Camera Systems give the highest levels of resolution and flexibility, allowing capture of large objects such as drawings and maps, as well as smaller objects such as books and manuscripts. Sensors with up to 150MP deliver scanning resolutions of up to A0 @300ppi, fit for the most demanding digitization projects.
Phase One's dedicated imaging experts developed an intelligent capture solution built to process high volume digitization programs with speed and accuracy. The iXG Camera System is designed with up to 100-megapixel resolution, industrial durability, and an updated version of Capture One Cultural Heritage software that adds additional value to an already efficient workflow, ensuring accurate recording of the finest cultural artifacts. In combination with a Phase One or Digital Transitions Copy Stand, this capture solution quickly switches between large and small originals, and with a Phase One or Digital Transitions Film Capture Stage, film and glass plates are readily digitized.