Analog Copier

Lens and mirrors are the components of the conventional analog copier that transfers the scanned image to a photoconductor. The mirrors direct the light through the lens and then to the drum. If budget is the driving factor for you or you have modest copying needs, an analog copier might be the best option for you. Although few manufacturers are introducing new analog copy machines, they are still easy to find and are (generally) the least expensive type of copier. Pricing for a basic analog copier starts at around $200 and can go up to several thousand, depending on features.

See also:

Digital Copier,