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: I bought this scanner base on the discription of its capabilities.It does everything that canon say it is capable of doing, and it does very well. all my needs for a photo scanner have been met.An excellent photo scanner..very highly recomended.
Summary: great scanner one of the very best i have ever used and i have done thousands of scans on this machine, very easy to operate and install, does a great job and bought it at a great price, works great with mac conputers and would buy another one just like it, the 8800 is one of the best scanners on the market for the price.
Summary: I agree with the review by Member id rensingermb. However, I can't really complain about the performance of this scanner. I had been a HP person for a LONG time; I have owned 4 HP scanners since the 90's. But when I switched over to Win 7, HP has made NO moves to try to make their 4000 series scanners "talk" to Win 7. What a shame. The Canon scanner has performed remarkably well, so I am going to switch over to being a Canon person. I am more than satisfied.