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High Speed Document Scanners

No matter which model you choose, innovation and value come standard. After all, that's what people expect from Canon's Scanners. That's because our scanners offer the kind of high-performance features that make converting paper documents easier. Like high-speed precision feeding technology, compact design, high-speed color capability and even flexible configuration options. And with so much advanced scanning technology to choose from, you're sure to find the imaging scanner to meet your needs!


DR-5010C


DR-5010C

Productivity comes standard with the Canon imageFORMULA DR-5010C scanner. This departmental scanner is packed with power, yet built for effortless...
DR-5020


DR-5020

The Canon DR-5020 is an extremely versatile desktop document scanner that delivers the high performance throughput and capacity demanded by today's...
DR-5060F


DR-5060F

Canon's DR-5060F - The Scanner with a Photographic Memory. In one simple operation, you get the security and legal acceptability of microfilm...

DR-6010C


DR-6010C

The imageFORMULA DR-6010C departmental scanner delivers high speed, reliable document handling, and high quality images, in a small package....
DR-6030C


DR-6030C

Canon's imageFORMULA DR-6030C departmental scanner blends high speeds and reliable document handling with versatility and convenience. The DR-6030C...
DR-6080


DR-6080

The Canon DR-6080 is a true high-speed desktop production scanner, designed to fit into even the most modest budgets. With the DR-6080, virtually all...

DR-7080C


DR-7080C

The DR-7080C provides high-speed 70 page-per-minute color scanning for batch scanning needs, as well as fast and easy flatbed scanning. Equipped with...
DR-7580


DR-7580

You shouldn't have to pay a high price for the latest technology in high-speed document scanning. The DR-7580 introduces a new outlook on affordable,...
DR-9080C


DR-9080C

The DR-9080C is the first truly affordable, high-speed, color desktop production scanner that appeals to budgets that could have never justified it...


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