Providing home users with stunningly professional results, the Canon D1250U2 combines crisp detail with a simple design that allows you true versatility in scanning documents. With 1,200 x 2,400 dpi resolution and 48-bit color, scans are sharp and vibrant.
The scanner's flat bed handles pages up to 8.5 x 11 inches and 3-D objects such as books and magazines. Once your originals are in place, you can e-mail, scan, or copy them at the touch of a button.
Fully compatible with PC systems (Windows 98 or higher, Pentium III recommended), the scanner connects via USB interface and comes complete with a software package that lets you design and manage your graphics. Canon's advanced technology automatically corrects tone and shadow, while also removing imperfections from the originals, so you're more likely to get the perfect scan the first time.
The scanner is backed by a one-year warranty that covers parts and labor and includes Instant Exchange service.
From the Manufacturer
It's easy to achieve spectacular 1,200 x 2,400 dpi, 48-bit results--and take advantage of 281 trillion possible colors--with your D1250U2 scanner. Four external buttons automate the entire scanning process. In one step, you can scan, copy, or e-mail your documents. Canon's integrated Quick Automatic Retouching and Enhancement technology (QARE) automatically removes dirt and scratches from images, while STAD technology (Stabilized Tone-curve Auto Drawing) instinctively corrects tone and gamma fields and optimizes highlights and shadows. Richer, more robust images are at your fingertips.
Canon's advanced Z-Lid expansion top lifts vertically and lies flat to create the space needed for bulky items, such as books and magazines, to ensure clear, high-quality scans. Innovative included software gives you the power to scan multiple photos at once and transfer them to CDs easily. The D1250U2 scanner features the state-of-the-art USB 2.0 interface for incredibly fast image transfer and scanning speeds that are up to 4x faster (based on Canon industry standard testing) than USB 1.1-equipped Window-based computers.