HP Scanjet G4050 Photo Scanner

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UPC: 882780686793   Part: L1957A#B1H

Overview

  • Industry leading color accuracy using world's first 6-color, 96-bit scanning. Capture colors that are 40% more accurate[2] than other scanners, for true-to-the-original scans. High capacity adapter to scan up to 16 slides or 30 negatives at once.

Features

Superior, industry leading color accuracy.[2]

  • Get superior color accuracy and photo reproduction[2] with 6-color, 96-bit scanning—exclusive to HP.
  • Enjoy high-definition scans that make beautiful reprints with 4800 x 9600 dpi resolution.¹
  • Preserve crisp text in documents with scans that deliver archival-quality results.
  • Edit text from scanned documents and magazines—such as letters and articles—using included software.

Scan and restore even more slides and negatives

  • Scan up to sixteen 35 mm slides or 30 negative frames—and other film sizes—using a built-in adapter.
  • Remove dust and scratches at the touch of a button—without the need for software touch-ups.
  • Bring old or damaged photos back to life by restoring faded color using included software.
  • Remove red-eye and enhance details in dark photos using HP Real Life technologies.

Quickly and easily preserve and share memories

  • Enjoy quick, easy scanning of multiple photos, slides or negatives, and then save as separate files.
  • Quickly and easily scan, make reprints or copy documents and save images at the touch of a button.
  • Easily organize, edit and e-mail photos—without large file attachments—using HP Photosmart software.
  • Scan more than just flat items to get surprisingly realistic scans of books and larger items

[1] Maximum resolution not available when scanning negatives in 6-color. Maximum resolution is limited by available computer memory, disk space and other system factors.

[2]Compared to in-class scanners, color accuracy testing by Image Engineering, December 2006. For detailed results and a list of tested scanners, go to http://digitalkamera.image-engineering.de/index.php/Publications.

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Specs

Resolution

  • Up to 4800 x 9600 dpi

Control panel

  • 4 front-panel buttons (Copy, Scan, Scan film, Scan to PDF)

Bit depth

  • 96-bit

Scannable media types

  • Paper (banner, inkjet, photo, plain), envelopes, labels, cards (greeting, index), 3-D objects, 35 mm slides and negatives (using transparent materials adapter), iron-on transfers

Input type

  • Flatbed

Auto document feeder

  • None

Connectivity

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Connectivity

  • 1 Hi-Speed USB 2.0

Dimensions

  • 11.93 x 20 x 4.25 in

Weight

  • 11.6 lb

Supported operating systems

  • Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (32-bit and 64-bit), Windows XP, Windows 2000, Mac OS X v10.6, Lion and Mountain Lion

Energy star

  • ENERGY STAR® qualified; EPEAT ® Bronze

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Customer ratings and reviews for HP Scanjet G4050 Photo Scanner

Rated 2 out of 5 by Not for Mac Users I purchased this directly by phone from HP because I wanted to be sure to get a general scanner that would be able to scan medium format (120mm) slides and films. This one does. However, this scanner does not work properly with, and that there were no instructions for, a Mac. HP doesn't even have instructions online for use with a Mac. The scanner worked fine for scanning prints, but there was a loop bug in the for-Mac software that would not allow me to scan slides or film. When I tried to live-chat with HP, their website told me they did not support this scanner (that I had just bought directly from them) and would not let me live-chat with their technicians. So I returned the scanner and bought a similar other-brand scanner, which works well with my Mac. It is too bad, because the G4050 appears to be very well made and has a number of useful features, including well-designed film and slide holders. With some good Mac software, instructions, and chat support I think this would have been a great scanner for me. March 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by photo scanner Purchased this scanner to preserve old family photos and save them digitally...so far very pleased with how easy the scanner is to use and the quality of the photos also. February 11, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Does not do the job I have spent the past three days on line chat trying to get this machine to do multiple photo scans. I have tried version 9 and 13, on two different computers, with two different operating systems, and none of the scans are satisfactory although every scan is different. You never know what it is going to do. It may crop one picture out of 4, 2, 3. It may send one, 2 3, or none of the pictures to file. It is completely unsatisfactory and does not do as it is advertised. I will be contacting HP for return instructions. Completely dissatisfied. February 9, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Caption labelling I find the product very good scanner; however, HP needs to adopt an IPTC/XMP labelling standard. I spent a day scanning and labelling pix only to find that the caption was not included when emailed the pix or sent via dropbox. This problem needs to be disclosed in the information. I feel that there should be more documentation sent with product. I had to go back to pix and right click on each one and then to details to imbed caption so that it would go with pix. Today is a new world and HP needs to make fully compatible with Windows 7. I was told that it would have worked with Outlook Express but not Windows Live. I have not been able to see if that is true. February 6, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Workks, but.................. Scanning is slow but good quality. Two week old scanner is no longer supported by HP. Acceressarys and parts not available. Customer service is a joke and not a good one. January 26, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not easy to use as expected. The user guide's instructions for this HP Scanjet G4050 scanner does not match with what comes out on the monitor screen. On pg. 15 in the section titled "E-mail a document or picture", Item 2 states the "what are you scanning" dialog box will appear, but there is none. Is there another guide specifically for my model, G4050, rather than for all of the G4000 series? Please advise, Thank you January 24, 2012

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Owner support

Warranty information

This product is covered by the standard HP warranty

Support information

Support for this product is provided by HP Customer Care

Returns & exchange information

The HP Home & Home Office Store will accept returns or exchanges for this product up to 21 days after delivery

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