I am a genealogist and previously had owned 2 AIO printers in two years because the unit(s) couldn't handle the minimum amount of copying & printing I was doing. Then I inherited 15 boxes of family photos & documents. When the 3rd AIO broke down after a marathon of scanning, I researched and bought the Epson scanner. It works perfectly! I was able to scan 400 photos in a day without one single problem! There are 4 different scan choices from "just push the button" to professional grade. Choice of labeling the photos and where to store them, automatic color-correction, clean-up options, cropping of photos. The scanned photos and documents have come out clean and sharp. I couldn't be happier with the Epson results and work ability. The unit's size is also just right for storing on the average bookcase.
I had been wanting a scanner for sometime. I seen this one on Overstock for a good price and decided to purchase it. I would have given 4 or more stars, but I had to return it. The return process was quick and easy with Overstock. The problem with the scanner was this, it only received traffic while using battery power. I’m certain this is a 1 in a million problem.
I'm very happy with this scanner. Its large enough to accommodate most photo albums which has come in really handy recently. I finally got to the box full of photos from my grandparents which was sitting in my parents basement for many years. Scanning almost 1400 images took some time but the V370 made it easy as it was often able to have multiple images and scan them all at once. While I could quibble with the word "perfection" because nothing in this life is perfect it really does a more than adequate job even in the "Full Auto" mode. I had actually gotten the V370 to scan slides as I have a large collection which I wanted to make prints from. The V370 does admirable work with slides too. It would be nice if you could do more than 4 slides at a time but again the quality of reproduction is more than satisfactory. Another limitation of the V370 is that it only scans 35mm negatives. Since I have other size negatives than 35mm this doesn't help especially.
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