Minolta Micrographics Equipment
The Minolta RP503 is the most technologically advanced, cost effective plain paper reader-printer available today. It combines unsurpassed copy quality with a host of unique user conveniences to provide an unmatched level of economy and productivity. Built upon the solid foundation of Minolta's years of experience and innovative leadership in optics, copying and micrographics, the RP503 represents a new generation of reader-printers. Compact enough to fit almost anywhere in your office, even on a desk top, the RP503 produces the highest quality copies from COM and source microfiche, jackets and even 16mm roll film. The Minolta RP503: engineered to make viewing and coping easier than ever before.
Dedicated 16mm ANSI and "M" type cartridge reader-printers, the RP504A and RP504M offer a new level of economy and productivity for any business or installation with medium-volume 16mm microfilm retrieval and printing needs. Compact enough to fit almost anywhere in the office, the RP504A/RP504M offer a new level of economy and productivity for any business or institution with medium-volume 16mmm microfilm retrieval and printing needs. Both models provide a generous 12" x 12" viewing screen, plus simple, logically arrayed controls and Minolta's exclusive MARS Mini Controller to ensure superior operating comfort and ease of use. Minolta's proven Micro-Toning System and optical technology produce crisp, clean, letter-size prints on plain paper, conveniently delivered in the built-in front copy tray.
The Minolta RP600Z is a desk-top reader printer. The PR600Z is primarily for microfiche applications, and it comes with a built-in fiche carrier for reading all type of fiche and jackets. However, the RP600Z can be equipped to handle microfilm. This unit is very quiet and can be placed on any desk-top where high-quality print is required. The unit comes with multiple viewing options, a zoom lens, prism lenses, or fixed magnification lenses.
The RP603Z is the most powerful reader-printer in its class. A number of advanced features are incorporated into the RP603Z, yet it boasts sleek design and compact size. The RP603Z's many additional automatic features make microfilm use easier than ever. Its newly developed Single Imaging Cartridge with Bi-Mode capability eliminates the need to change cartridges for bi-mode printing. Now positive prints can be obtained from both positive and negative films without the need to physically change the imaging cartridge.
A new level of speed, efficiency, and convenience ... with automatic search, retrieval and printing.
A universal microfilm equipment system, Minolta's RP605Z provides a new level of convenience, economy, and productivity. Compact, yet with a generous 12" x 12" viewing screen, the RP605Z provides simple, logically arrayed controls to ensure superior operating comfort and ease of use. Minolta's superior optics proven Micro-Toning System combine to produce clean, crisp, and high-contrasts prints on plain paper, conveniently delivered in a built-in front copy tray.
A new level of speed, efficiency and convenience ... plus a wealth of options designed to maximize productivity.
The new RP606Z auto zoom reader printer offers users with legal-size documents an unmatched level of convenience, economy and productivity. Compact yet with a generous 12" x 12" viewing screen, the RP606Z provides simple, logically arrayed controls to ensure superior ease of use. It also offers a fast printing speed of 10 copies per minute and controls to ensure superior ease of use. It also offers a fast printing speed of 10 copies per minute and a wealth of convenient features such as auto zoom printing with 17% enlargement, optical image rotation, and an automatic condenser system for controlling the brightness of the viewing screen. And, when used with the optional MARS Controller-4 or MARS-Mini Controller, the RP606Z is capable of a variety of highly sophisticated retrieval and printing functions, including computer-aided search and retrieval using AIM commands.
In the world of microfilm, the key words are productivity and cost-efficiency. And those are what Minolta's new RP607Z delivers. It's a high-volume microfilm reader-printer with a difference -- a complete array of optional functions that are designed to maximize productivity for the specific search, retrieval and printing operations you need to perform. These include three zoom lenses that cover a wide range of magnifications from 9x to 50x, Auto and Manual Masking, Auto Centering and three-way paper supply with a total capacity of 2,500 sheets. Other options include Bi-model Printing, Book Format Printing, a variety of film carriers and controllers for handling different types of film, and more. With such a wide varity of options to choose from, you can cost effectively design an RP607Z Reader-Printer that is right for your specific requirements.
Minolta's RP609Z Reader-Printer offers a new level of convenience and versatility for users of filmed blueprints and other large-format documents. Its generous 18" x 24" (A2) viewing screen provides a wide, clear view of the images, yet its compact, console-type design makes it easy to set up, use and maintain in areas where space is limited. A full range of productivity-enhancing features and options - including an automatic card feeder, a fiche carrier and a three-speed open reel film carrier -- ensure fast, efficient retrieval from a variety of film formats. A motorized 7x to 24x zoom lens with four zoom memory keys eliminates the need to change lenses or adjust dials. And, when its time to print, Minolta's exclusive Micro-Toning System, optical technology and auto exposure control system combine to produce crisp, clean prints on plain paper as large as 18" 24" (A2).
The MicroSP 2000 Reader-Printer introducing a universal reader-printer with universal appeal: the new Micro SP 2000. Its versatility handles all your microform needs. Its digital technology delivers clean, crisp prints with 400 dpi resolution. Its stand-alone printer is easier to use. It offers a wide range of expandable options, upgrades, and automatic features. And it brings all this within reach of applications with low-to-mid-volume demands -- but high expectations in quality and reliability.
Read on screen. Print on paper. Scan to PC. The new digital era gives you new opportunities for making microform information more powerful, versatile and cost-effective. Minolta's MS 6000 is the ideal digital solution for a wide range of high-productivity applications -- in libraries, reference collections, education, government, or business -- because it combines more ways to use your micrographic archive. With dual output, you can switch from PC scanning to high-speed laser printing at the touch of a button. When connected to a PC, with USB Interface, the MS 6000 allows you to scan at up to 800 dpi resolution - to use and distribute your microform information in web sites, e-mails, faxes and desktop publishing. With a wide range of microform options, you can handle any media. And with modular scanner and printer, you can set up your system to suit your work environment -- even have tow scanners share a single printer.
With standard dual output to PC or printer at the touch of a button, Minolta's MS 7000 makes all our microform information more powerful. You can view images from any media format on a wide 12" x 17" screen that's ideal for 2-pages spreads and graphics. You can make clear, crisp laser prints faster, on a stand-alone laser printer that's easy to use. And you can scan to PC at up to 800 dpi resolution to use and distribute microform information in websites, e-mails, faxes, desktop publishing and electronic distribution of information. The MS 7000 also offers a wide range of automatic features and options for added flexibility and convenience -- plus digital reliability, rugged construction, and long-term cost-efficiency.
Designed for fast, simple, efficient microfilming, the Minolta DR1600 is the desktop microfilm camera for today's microfilming needs. Simply place a document on the copyboard and the DR1600 automatically selects both the correct reduction ration and the proper focus. Now press the Exposure button. That's all there is to it. Other features include automatic aperture size selection (single frame or double frame), frame indexing, single corner positioning and auto exposure control - individual functions that work together to improve productivity and image quality.