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What are the key differences between the Kodak PS80 & PS50 hardware models of photo scanners?

Kodak Alaris manufactures 2 models of the Kodak Picture Saver Scanner. The PS80 & PS50 models. These have been designed specifically for the digitization of photos/treasured documents.
 
Both models have the same internal transport components for moving photos/treasured documents along the scanning path. They also use the same scanning technology and illumination for digitization.
 
The Kodak Picture Saver Scanner Model PS80 can scan up to 85 pictures (4 x 6-inch size in landscape orientation) per minute at 300 dpi (5,100 per hour), or up to 25 pictures per minute at 600 dpi (1,500 per hour). It can accommodate up to 50 mixed-size pictures per batch and supports continuous feeding of pictures. Documents up to 75 sheets of 80 g/m2 (20 lb.) paper will fit into the feeder.
 
The Kodak Picture Saver Scanner Model PS50 can scan up to 50 pictures (4 x 6-inch size in landscape orientation) per minute at 300 dpi (3,000 per hour), or up to 23 pictures per minute at 600 dpi (1,380 per hour).  It can accommodate up to 25 mixed-size pictures per batch and supports continuous feeding of pictures. Documents up to 50 sheets of 80 g/m2 (20 lb.) paper will fit into the feeder.
 
Each is capable of scanning photos/documents from 2 in. x 2.5 in. (50 mm x 63.5 mm), up to 8.5 in. x 34 in. (216 mm x 863 mm) in size. Photo/document thickness and weight may vary from 34-413 g/m2 (9-110 lb.) paper, or ID card thicknesses up to 1.25 mm (0.05 in.).
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