Agfa Offers Free ePhoto Digital Cameras With Purchase of Select DuoScan Scanners
Free Agfa ePhoto CL50 with Purchase
of DuoScan T2000 XL
Free Agfa ePhoto 780c with Purchase of DuoScan T2500
Agfa Corporation's Desktop Products Group (USA-DTP), a leading provider of award-winning digital cameras and desktop scanners, announced today that it will offer free ePhoto digital cameras to customers who purchase a DuoScan T2000 XL or DuoScan T2500 flatbed scanner. Customers who purchase either scanner between July 1 and November 30, 1999 are entitled to receive an ePhoto CL50 or ePhoto 780c digital camera. (Customers who purchase a T2000 XL receive an ePhoto CL50, while those purchasing a T2500 receive an ePhoto 780c.)
This offer is made in conjunction with Tekgraf, Inc. (NASDAQ:TEKGRA - news), the prominent wholesale distributor of computer graphics products and services. Tekgraf has exclusive rights to distribute the DuoScan T2000 XL and the DuoScan T2500 to resellers in the U.S.
``The T2000 XL and T2500 are high quality, high performing scanners,'' said Peter Spollett, National Sales Manager, USA-DTP. ``With the opportunity to get free ePhoto digital cameras, right now is the best time to purchase either of these units.''
The DuoScan T2500 is a 36-bit scanner featuring a maximum optical resolution of 1250 x 2500 dpi over the full width, and 2500 x 2500 over a 4`` strip on the scanning bed. (This resolution can be interpolated up to 5000 dpi.) Its density range is 3.4 D - 3.5 Dmax. The scanning area is 8 x 14 inches for reflective scans and 8 x 12 inches for transparencies.
With a wide range of scanning options and advanced software tools, the DuoScan T2500 gives photographers, designers and pre-press professionals a single unit that can handle all their scanning needs.
The DuoScan T2000 XL is Agfa's desktop solution for larger format scanning. The T2000 XL offers a full 12 x 18 inch scanning area for reflective art and 12 x 9.5 inches for transparencies. The maximum optical resolution of 2000 x 2000 dpi over the 4`` strip on the scanning bed (667 x 2000 dpi over the full width) can be interpolated to 4000 dpi. The density range of the DuoScan T2000 XL is 3.3 with a Dmax of 3.5.
Both DuoScan scanners--the T2500 and T2000 XL--offer pre-press professionals a cost-efficient means of producing high-quality scans. At the same time they provide photographers, designers, in-house design departments, instant and small commercial printers affordable tools to expand their capabilities.
Pricing and Availability
Each DuoScan scanner is currently available. The suggested prices are as follows: DuoScan T2500 - $4,495: DuoScan T2000XL - $8,995.
Additional information about Tekgraf may be obtained by calling Tekgraf Graphics Division Headquarters, 980 Corporate Woods Parkway, Vernon Hills, Illinois 60061. Tel. 888-550-TKGF or 847-913-5888; Fax 847-913-5595; URL: www.tekgraf.com
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