I have had this scanner for about 2 months. I have scanned about 2500 slides so far and have generally been very satisfied. BUT, occasionally I find one or two vertical lines across the resulting digital picture, on both portrait and landscape pictures. It is most noticeable on slides with a lot of blue sky, or other areas of solid color. I cannot see this on the originals with a jeweler's loop so I think it occurs in the scanner. Perhaps a light leak or reflection? Epson has replaced my original scanner but I continue to see this effect on the new one. So far my solution is to rescan at another time. Does anyone else see this and have a solution?
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.
Very capable P25 Phase I digital trunking scanner. Overstock had the best price of anyone. There are reviews everywhere of this scanner, so I'm going to review Overstock's return policy. The power jack had an issue so I returned it for a replacement. They let me keep the old one until the new one arrived, and it was all handled quickly and painlessly. New one works perfectly, and kudos to Overstock for handling the transaction so well.
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