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It’s because we know the imaging business so well that we’ve been able to launch so many of the most significant developments in the field of digital imaging. We shaped the future because we understood the needs. And that vision continues.

History Overview

1979 The world’s first high-resolution digital film recorder system.
1981 Imapro’s 35mm recorders make high-res (4k, 24 bit) digital film recorders affordable
1983 Imapro releases SCODL, the graphics language which becomes the worldwide industry standard.
1987 Introduction of the world’s first photo-quality (3000 dpi) scanner.
1987 Release of the first system to integrate presentation graphics, color photography, video and text.
1990 Introduction of a film recorder to output photographic images from PC’s and Mac’s.
1993 Professional scanner delivers 3200 dpi in a single pass.
1993 Variable media software developed for Windows software.
1994 Film recorders with 32k resolution, built in network server and premium CRT unveiled.
1995 Introduction of the affordable high-res QCS-4100 drum scanner.
1996 Introduction of  Flare Reduction as an option for negative film recording.
1997 Introduction of the QCP-1218, a high resolution photographic quality paper writing product.
1998 Showcased the QCP-3040, an inexpensive large format paper writer capable of up to 30" x 40" prints at 400 ppi.

 

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