Exceptionally high image quality thanks to Rencay trilinear scan technology - more details through more resolution
Up to 2808 MPixel
Always enough resolution even with very large formats
48 Bit color depth
The 48-bit workflow ensures optimal color reproduction and clean tone values
In addition to the exceptionally high image quality and resolution, there are many reasons to use a Rencay digitization system ...
More image quality
Modular digitization systems for demanding and flexible applications.
Simple and flexible with Perfect Focus and control of repro columns and lighting units.
The Rencay true perception GmbH is an owner-managed company based in Germany. All Rencay brand products are developed and manufactured in Germany. The know-how for the Rencay scan technology is based on many years of in-house development.
With the DiRECT 24k³, Rencay today offers a camera system with unbeatable resolution and meets today's higher demands on the digitization of art works and archival materials. The constant further development makes the Rencay systems future-proof for increasing requirements ...
Mars Mission Know-How
As early as the 1990s, today's managing director Martin Langfeld was involved in the camera development for the DLR's Mars Express mission. In a small team he was responsible for the development of components for the camera head of the HRSC stereo and multisprectral camera that was used on the Mars Express mission (2003 until today). A high-resolution image of the multichip module built into the HRSC camera can be seen in the gallery.
High end since 1996
In 1996 the first camera scanners for the digitization of art works and archival materials were presented. In 1998 the first high-end scanbacks were presented to the public at the Photokina. In 2007 the first 16k backs were brought onto the market. The first GigaPixel scans with a standard large format camera astonished the public. In 2017 the DiRECT 24k³ camera system was presented, which enables the digitization of 4-fold DIN A0 originals with more than 300dpi. In the macro area, it is used, for example, for the digitization of aerial photographs and other highly detailed transparency material. To do this, 2808 million pixels are captured in one scan.
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