CanoScan 9000F Mark II Film Scanner Review

The CanoScan 9000F Mark II Film Scanner is the most affordable way to start scanning your film at home!

CanoScan 9000F Mark II:

Review and Scan Samples:

@The color images in the video are from one of my first scans, which I scanned backwards! The black and white images are scanned in the correct direction.


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joe T says:

lovely voigtlander

Florianrivers says:

this Video is great.! this will be my first scanner and I had absolutely no idea what it will be like when I’m working with it. Thank you so much for you effort.!

quick questions: Did you test 120 negatives? What are the results? Compared to other scanners, is this a good solution for amateur beginners who want to print 297 x 420 mm?

Joseph Vanlier says:

Well done video with good explanations. This young man is very bright and speaks clearly and preciously. 5 Stars.

AudiophileTubes says:

Does the software come with the scanner on a disc?

Kim B says:

I am only starting to look for scanners and appreciated a simple overview of the product.
Thank you :))

chitownassman says:

Can you scan without the film guides?

Neil B Forme says:

I’m curious as to the dpi’s … what is the maximum that the scanner will scan?  Have you done scans of 120 negs or just 35mm?  Have you made enlargements of what you’ve scanned?  If so, how have they turned out?

Mobarak Alkhozaei says:

Thank you bro

Krzysztof Szumanski says:

thank you for your video!!! but why all letters (product names – Guinness petrol station) are backwards?

Kim Pedersen says:

Hey – thanks for sharing your review on the scanner. What size pictures do you get on the computer when you scan a 35mm film?

NoVision Productions says:

Awesome! Great Video. Been looking for a scanner like this so I can get into film photography as well.

Vemund Blakar says:

Nice video! Can you scan 120mm negatives with this scanner?

H. B. says:

Thanks for the review.
How much times it term of seconds it takes in order to finish scanning a page of a black and white text book? in a 300 dpi?
Does it has any warming up time or not?
I hope you may test and tell.

Alex Paz says:

Great video! Since you have probably tested the same lenses with analog and digital bodies, how much resolution do you get with a scanner like this without degradation? It would it be equivalent to a 5MP, 10MP, 16MP,..  camera?

John Moes says:

Nice review 🙂 Thanks !

Jim 54 says:

  ,sorry for bad English
I am doing format scans 24/36 black and white  ,is what the result is ?
I also have color negative in 24/36
thank you for your reply and advice
best regards  Jim ,friendships of France

Beryl Morton says:

What a shitty tutorial

Fernando oteíza says:

Thanks a lot! I don’t know which scanner do I have to use for gallery prints. Can this one be used for 50x70cm photos?

Marcy says:

I have a really dumb question – bare with me here. Do these scanners scan film & not just negatives? How do I go about the process of scanning right out of the film cartridge? Is there a machine for that? Can someone, please explain the process?

Phil Di Marino says:

the young man does makes a common mistake and it is a common one.It will never provide a good scan, ever. Setting your scanner at 4,600 ppi is a terrible decision. I did manage prepress house in Foster City and on a full size drum scanner with professional 4×5 chromes was 2,400 ppi as 2,500 was considered “continuos tone”, we did not accept 35mm and only scan medium format if the client had nothing else. Today, it is much, much worse as pro films have gone the way of crap, just crap.
If you have minute check out continuos tone. In analog you would be lucky to get 3,000 ppi. Since most pix are meant to seen on monitors and not paper a safe smooth scan would be 1600ppi. At 4600 the scanner puts in pixels that aren’t there giving a fuzzy -grainy scan ruined from birth. Since NO Film holds even 1/2 of 4,600 you will Always fail, fail. Also, for web work you will need to scale way down anyway. Why OEM”s tout big #’s but not is to get suckers. . I have even seen 9,000+ advertised.
I shoot a lot of film have making digital pix with my DS 1015 drum and my 2 Minolta pro’s and film with 850 holders on my Epson 750 for large film, up to 8×10. I do not sharpen at all (do that later).

edcgar53 says:

thanks for your effort! its very helpful!

DJ Joy DEEP says:

can you scan 4×5 negatives with the CS 9000F II
Thank you!

kathleen sugondo says:

which one is better epson v600 or canoscan 9000f mk II?


Jerry Fochtmann says:

Perfect video. Exactly the info I needed. Thanks for doing it!

Amier says:

And what is the speed of the scanning?

Sean Cruz Exconde says:

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tubbers20 says:

I just bought this. Can you tell me how to turn a B&W negative into a positive? I can’t find anything on how to do that. Thanks.

Kip Vaughan says:

Do you know how this is different from the 8800F? It looks exactly the same.

phoenix olivia says:

HI there. Would this scanner do a proper job for 8×11 prints ? Thanks for the nice video.

Gailan Haji says:

Hi Dear, please just tell me, which one scanner its better, Epson V700 or Canon canoScan 9000F MKII? Really now i need one.

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