Never finished this deal, so I don't know for sure.
6 April 2013
Summary: When it comes down to it, this product & I never did cross paths. I ordered the wrong item & it was all squashed shortly thereafter. It looked like a decent product & if I had actually purchased it, I believe I would have been happy with it. Sorry that I could not help more.
Summary: This is really a nice scanner. It's quick, small and generates nice output. I haven't tried the film strip adapter yet, but plan to do so. My biggest complaint is that there is no Linux support for this product. I know I should have checked before ordering, but I didn't and I'm quite disappointed that I need to boot into Windows in order to scan things.
Summary: Have been using the CanoScan 4400F to scan over 500 photos, along with some documents and copy. I found it very easy to set up and getting the latest software from Canon website helps. My laptop has a Intel Centrino Duo and running with Windows XP Pro. Using just the CanoScan Toolbox software, it was pretty easy to setup to use the one touch feature on the scanner itself. I preset the storage location and quality, and start my process of scanning.