This fast, high-quality scanner is ideal for basic photo and document scanning. The CIS sensor of the Canon CanoScan LiDE 400 enables high-resolution scans of up to 4,800 x 4,800. The abbreviation DPI stands for ‘dots per inch’ and means ‘dots per inch’. DPI is a unit to describe the density of dots, which gives an indication of the level of detail in a raster, depending on the area. On computer mice, it gives an indication of how fast the cursor is moving across the desktop. The higher the DPI, the ‘faster’ or more sensitive the mouse. With scanners, the scanning density of the scan is given in DPI. The higher the DPI, the more information is captured from the scanned document. In printers and in the printing process, dot density describes the quality of the print. The higher the DPI, the better the quality of the print. and the internal color depth of 48-bit ensures crisp sharp text and clear photos with exceptional detail and accurately reproduced colors. With advanced image processing suitable for today’s home and office environment, the Canon CanoScan LiDE 400’s sophisticated design saves you space, time and energy while producing fast, high-resolution scans. With the option to stand vertically and easily copy thick documents and photos or files with high-speed plug-and-scan USB connectivity and 5 scan buttons for one-touch operation, you’ll free up space on your desk.
Canon CanoScan LiDE 400 User Manual
You have to connect a USB cable from the scanner to the connector that is available inside the scanner package. Then follow the manual instructions on how to install the Canon CanoScan LiDE 400 scanner.
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Canon CanoScan LiDE 400 User Manual PDF (Windows)
Canon CanoScan LiDE 400 User Manual PDF (macOS)
After downloading the manual for Canon CanoScan LiDE 400, open your manual with a pdf viewer or directly from the browser, then find out how to use your scanner properly.