I needed a new scanner for my slides and negatives. I am thoroughly pleased with this scanner. It does a wonderful job, especially with the ICE feature turned on. Although it does take a bit longer, the results are worth it. The only issues I had were a glitch with Windows which wouldn't recognize the scanner after using it for a few days, and I noticed a streak through the scans when I was using it, but haven't had that problem since.
This Epson V600 is the best scanner I have ever used. I needed one that would scan negatives and pictures so my grandson went on the internet and researched all of the scanners. He worked for a local photo store in my town and he said I should buy the Epson V600. It is amazing. It does everything I want it to do and more. I am so happy he researched this and found the BEST!!
Works as planned. I needed to scan several old 120 negatives and this scanner performed extremely well. I am now in the process of digitizing my vast collection of 4x6 prints. This scanner allows me to load and scan 3 photos each time. Instructions for software could be improved. It took some trial and error to finally get to what I wanted to do.
This scanner does much better than the scanner I used before. Unfortunately, scanners as a group are very low tech copy machines. Processing software can be good but the physical process is antiquated. Slides especially suffer. Slides are film mounted between cardboard which is thicker than the film itself. This means every slide is out of focus compared to prints. Why there couldn't be a slide focus feature seems puzzling. Just a knob to adjust focus would be nice. That might mean something more than just a surface glass for imaging the print, maybe a slot over the imaging mechanism on some sort of slide tray instead of the glass top. We are taking images of planets millions of miles away, but we can't scan a slide in focus yet. I think Epson could do it if they wanted to bad enough.
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