BTW This is obviously a manual book scanner. Looks like the cameras are not included. The camera used would impact the quality of the digital images.
First Consumer Book “Ripper” Is Now Available From Atiz Innovation
With a price of $1,595—compared to commercially focused products that cost upwards of $20,000—and the ability to digitize books at rate of 500 pages per hour, the BookSnap is set to transf
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o Quantity – You don’t have to waste days just to scan a single book. BookSnap digitizes books at a rate of 500 pages per hour, making the scanning process much faster than traditional scanners.
o Quality – The flat images generated by BookSnap look much better than the curled pages generated by flatbed
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Featuring a V-shaped book cradle, BookSnap allows f
A complete software package is included with BookSnap and completely automates the ripping process, making it as simple as the push of a button. In addition, the BookSnap Edit
Pricing & Compatibility
The price of BookSnap is $1,595. It is compatible with various models of Canon digital cameras on the market today including Canon Powershot G7, Canon Powershot A640, Canon Powershot A620, Canon Powershot S80, and Canon Powershot S3 IS. BookSnap is available now at www.atiz.com.
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BookSnap is available now at www.atiz.com.
“Think of the implications,” continued Warnock. “People around the w
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