DT RCam Reprographic Camera

DT RCam Reprographic CameraCultural institutions have the Herculean task of achieving perfection when scanning their collections. To ensure these images stand the test of time, it is imperative that they have the best tools. The existing reprographic cameras and reproduction scanners available on the market today were designed around yesterday's digital capture technologies, thus producing a substandard digital product. Digital Transitions’ Division of Cultural Heritage has researched the needs of cultural institutions in order to develop a state of the art reprographic camera.

The DT RCam is built from the ground up with the highest quality components for today’s modern digital backs. This high quality construction ensures durability, precision and quality – all a must for this industry. The DT RCam is a versatile reproduction camera designed to work with a wide variety of digital backs to make certain you can utilize the best back for each particular project. Many other reprographic cameras are difficult to align and keep aligned, hard to set up, and are limited by the lenses, shutter systems, software, and digital backs they support. The DT RCam is the only reprographic camera on the market that addresses all of these concerns and is truly a superior product.

Features & Benefits

  • Built to 0.005" tolerances to ensure image and focal plane are in perfect alignment
  • Extremely accurate purpose-made helical focusing system. Does not slip even when unlocked.
  • Optional lock to prevent accidental changes
  • Compatible with a wide variety of digital backs
  • Built with the industry’s leading components
  • Accepts mechanical shutters or electronic shutter lenses
  • Ability to stitch images together for maximum resolution
  • Perfect integration with the DT RG3040 Reprographic System
  • Easy 90° rotation for orienting the sensor left-right or fore-aft on the working surface


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Contact Us:
Division of Cultural Heritage
Peter Siegel
pes@digitaltransitions.com
1.877.f/ortless (367-8537) x2280

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