Summary: The scanner scans 12 35mm negitives at a time, you can set the dpi different for each one! 1200 dpi is about a min. for each pic higher dpi is about 5 min. for each pic. if you put 110 film in there and manually line it up as strait as possible you can select each pic seperatley with a select tool and fit over 20 at a time. its not a fast process but it works ok!
Summary: I bought this scanner as a replacement. As I have had excellent results with several Canon products in the past, including printers and cameras, I was confident the CanoScan would perform well too. It does. It produces excellent results, is easy to use and fast. I would highly recommend this model for professional results in a compact design.
Summary: Just what the title said, won't work with Snow leopard - you will have hours of aggravation trying to get the driver to work and it won't. Not sure about later systems. Earlier Mac OS, no problem.
Summary: I bought this solely as a reasonable priced film scanner. Although difficult, it worked on my first go-around. The last time I tried to scan, I could barely get it to work with 35mm, although 120 works fine. A decent low-priced film scanner with great value. I'd recommend it, but not overwhelmingly.
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Summary: My mom left me thousands of old family slides. This is a very good scanner and has allowed me to get most of them scanned. It's not super quick, but the resolution is good and I'm so glad i bought this. I believe consumer reports even gave this a favorable review. For the money, this is one of the best you can get.
Summary: I have this Canon CanoScan. I really got a lot of use out of it with scanning old photos. I give it 5 stars for that. However, the negative scanner is another story. FI hauled out a few thousand negative strips from 1989-1995. Today I started scanning them... LOL....I will be 100 years old when they are finished. First of all, this machine was designed in the last several years. Film was no longer popular for most of us.