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  • Persoal Oppinion
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    I bought this a month or so ago and it has lived up to what it's supposed to do. I've been able to digtaliz all my 35mm Negs. with little hassel. I wish though they would make it to be able to do 110 and 126 mm Nags. so I could copy them all. But as of now I would recommend this scanner. As time goes on I'll add to this review if anything develops to where it malfunctions, but for m=now all is GOOD.....

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  • Dead in less an a year
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    Enjoyed all the features of this scanner. Used them all. The negative scanning is a slow process - but fine light use. And that's what this scanner got - light use. And not dead, dead, dead.

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  • love the clear pictures and easy of the scan it offters
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    have this on my desktop and wanted it on my laptop

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  • Great machine
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    I purchased this scanner a month ago. Love this scanner. I have been scanning old slides a lot of them from the late 50s. The software is fantastic was able to restore the photos back to new. Digital Ice is fantastic. I highly recommend this scanner

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  • More than pleased!
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    After researching scanners and reading reviews I decided on the Perfection V600 and purchased one just over a month ago and although I have only used the Full Auto Mode thus far, I have scanned over 400 30+ year old slides with incredible results. This is so easy to use (and I am a beginner) that I was scanning slides within 30 minutes of opening the box and the files were clean and clear and the color was very good. One day, I may even experiment with the other modes and with the Photo Studio 6 software included. I hope this scanner lasts a good, long while because I have many more slides, negatives and photos to scan.

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  • Does the job on Medium Format film
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    This product does the job for me under the following situations. Scanning 6x9 color and b&w negatives in conjunction with Photoshop. The film holder does not support 2 1/4 x 3 1/4 sheet film. You will have to find a work around that suits your needs. The software works but could be improved. For the price I love the product it brings my 45 year old images to life.

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  • 110 and 126 negatives are a problem
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    Used to scan 35 mm and photos. The scanner works great. Major issue is that the mask or negative tray is not available. Very DISAPPOINTED!!

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  • Same Great Features
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    After years of service my old Epson scanner was having trouble connecting to my computer. As I use it every day I couldn't have break down on me. I'm sold on Epson so I went looking for a new one. "More features than before, new and improved, higher resolution, etc, etc, etc." When I plugged it in and started using it . . . whats this? It has the same screen controls as my old one. Checking all the new wonderful features I came to the realization that the V600 was the same as the V500 that I have had for years. Same resolution, same color controls, etc. etc. But the new one is in an entirely new cabinet. It's black instead of gray. I'm I mad? No! This new one is far better looking that the old one. It's black and matches all my other computer equipment. Isn't that what's important. I keep telling myself that . . . and the trouble connecting to my computer, bad Cable. My son is using the V500 in his business now.

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  • What could be better...
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    When scanning 35mm slides, it is hard to pick them up off the glass afterward without getting fingerprints on the glass. It would be better if they could be loaded into the holder before inserting it, and removed from the holder rather than lifted off the glass.

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  • Buy a v850
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    I bought this scanner when my i900 died. It was a good general purpose scanner for medium quality. I needed to scan B&W pictures and the v600 did not have the necessary detail in the shadow area, which is the black in black and white. I returned it and bought a v850. Worth the difference in price. Excellent scans in B&W as well as high dpi color. Very happy with this product.

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  • Scanner looks good, wrong software
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    My printer was advertised as containing Epson's easy photo fix & Adobe Photoshop software. That is the software that I desired. Instead is has Arcsoft photostudio, and Easy Photo scan. What can be done about that?

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  • Haven't made a single scan, 40 hours trying to make it work
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    Let me save you time, where no technical trouble-shooting page on Epson's site will do so for you . . . I bought this Epson V600 last week -- and it arrived 4 days ago. My home computers are a MacBook Pro Retina running Sierra, and a Mac Mini running El Capitan. MacBook Pro laptops no longer come with disc drives. Therefore, customers like myself are forced to download the driver from Epson's site. Here's the site: http://esupport.epson-europe.com/ProductHome.aspx?lng=en-IE&data=ntiBNCy6p2WGlrfTPm4LnsnypDhQR26j&tc=6 Doesn't work! Trust me. No matter how many times you run it, this software install fails to run the scanner. I almost returned the scanner, and I still may do so. Luckily, the Mac Mini has a disc drive. The old-fashioned CD that came in the box actually invites a product registration. The download of the driver from Epson's own site does not. I am just finishing the registration process, and the marketing and community management geniuses invited me to post a review. Here is my review. Let's see if I can scan a single slide. I may still return this machine. It *is* cheap. And you get what you pay for.

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  • Fast and efficient scanner - documents and photos and slides
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    I bought this scanner to scan over 10,000 slides I've amassed since the 60's (1960). Being an avid photographer, most of my work was made in slide material (a lost art), but I needed to modernize and convert those to digital. Epson's Perfection V600 made easy work of the conversion and added some element of restoration of color and removal of dust and streaks. Overall, I am happy and impressed with the quality of build and efficiency of scanning. Everything I needed was included.

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  • 35mm slides and film transfer to my computer
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    I purchased this scanner for Christmas for myself so I could start transferring slides and film negatives to my computer. My computer has Windows 10 so I had to download the driver update. I am still working on slides and I probably will be for some time as there are a lot slides for me to work on. I have not attempted any negatives yet but I am sure that they will transfer as well as the slides I have done so far. The process of slide transfer is time consuming but well worth the effort so far. I am more than pleased with the scanners ability to download the slides and with the software to edit the slides after the download is complete.

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  • I loved it until it stopped working with Windows 10
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    I have had this scanner for years

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  • Easy Windows 10 install
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    I requested this scanner for Christmas after checking it out on line. When I received it I was worried it would not be Windows 10 compatible. I talked to customer support before unpacking it. Went to the Epson support website as instructed... followed the start-up instructions that came in the box, and the installation program on the website.... voila! It took less than 10 minutes and I was scanning beautiful photos! Thanks Rose...I am happy.

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  • Mixed Results
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    For the price and for all that it does, I have to say it is overall a good product, but there are caveats. I previously had a 15 year old high-end Nikon Cool Scan II, which needed some repair but is out of service. So for my limited budget, I determined this was the best product; in addition to scanning negatives and slides, it also scans photos of which I now have many. My main purpose, though, is to scan old pre-digital negatives from the 80's and 90's. And I have come to the conclusion this flat-bed scanner is best for photos and that for my purpose a dedicated negative scanner would have been better. You scan negatives from a template which holds the negative strip on the flatbed which then scans using a focused beam to produce a very high resolution image. However, I found all of my scans so far produced have a glare through white space, which I was unable to correct via scanning or software manipulation. It could be the negatives, but I believe it has to do with the quality of the scan tech. It is also slow in the scan routine. I think this flat bed design is best for photos. FYI: During installation I was prompted to download a 'patch' for my Mac 10.12.2, which addresses a year-old negative review concerning compatibility.

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  • Excellent
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    Have used Epson Scanners for the past 8 years or so. Nothing but the best results.

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  • Good Resolution and Excellent Image Processing
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    Converting film negatives. Very happy with performance. Would comment that the negative film holder is with some limitations.

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  • 40,000 NEGATIVES!
    Reviewed at http://www.Epson.com

    I purchased the V600 mid-year 2015. I have been taking photos since 1957 (my first camera was a Kodak Starflash). I am scanning my negatives to be able to give my three sons all of the photos my wife and I have shoot over nearly 50 years of marriage, and all of them growing up. The Epson is the best scanner I have tried (had three prior to the Epson). I scan the negatives using ICE and then sometimes touch them up in Adobe Lightroom. 40,000 neagatives and still going strong...LOVE THE EPSON V600!!!!!

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