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X71

With the book2net X71, MICROBOX has developed a unique digital camera for the digitizing sector, which is the heart of all our systems. It enables high-resolution images for a wide variety of original sizes and structures providing first-class image quality, the simplest handling and incredible speed.

  • 71 MP CMOS sensor
  • 71 million microlens system
  • Temperature regulation, control and stabilization
  • Suitable for mobile and stationary use
  • Digital focus adjustment
  • Adjustable exposure time 0.0001-2.0 sec.
  • Resolution up to 8200 dpi
  • Image transfer 0.4 sec. at 71 MP
  • Scanning time 0.2 sec. at 71 MP
  • Image transfer rate 350 Mbyte/sec. via USB 3.0 interface
  • Full screen, window and video mode

 

The all-rounder for the highest requirements: 

The modular concept of the X71 allows individual combination with standard copy stands as well as smooth integration into high-end repro systems such as the Graz Book Table or Wolfenbüttel Book Mirror.

Which documents can you digitize with the X71?
Whether loose or bound materials, fragments or large formats, glossy or matt surfaces, flat, relief or 3D objects – with the X71 you can digitize all kinds of templates in the highest quality.

Which scan formats are covered?
The distance to the object and the choice of lens determine the scan format. We offer a wide range of lenses and adapters. Our standard lens covers the formats A4 to A0; macro lenses can be used for special requirements.

Which quality standards are met?
The X71 meets the FADGI 4-star and METAMORFOZE guidelines.

Which software is used or required?
The integrated service application enables comfortable and precise system calibration. As an option, we also offer our intuitive Easy Scan Professional processing software, which provides you with advanced tools for optimal image processing. The integrated SDK also allows software from other providers to be used.

XML

Extensible markup language (XML) is a metadata language used to structure data for easier transport and storage. XML files contain both tags and texts. Tags provide data structure and they surround the text in the files that the user wishes to store. XML metadata files are generated for every scan job delivery and uploaded to the document management system.