Reviews and Problems with Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II
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Lonnie, Vietnam Vet, B&H Photo
5 days ago
Excerpt: I used this scanner to scan35mm film strips that were over 30 years old. The pictures were excellent. The software was able to remove dust, and fading from age. I highly recommend this scanner.
Pros: Accurate Color, Easy To Set Up, Excellent Software, Good Bit Depth, Good Resolution, Widely Compatible
Excerpt: Decent flat bed scanner for scanning medium format negatives. The software is minimal and results are so-so with it. I'm planning on using scanview software to improve scanning performance as this scanner seems to have much more potential. The scanner works great for regular reflective scanning, though I bought it as an economical way to archive medium format and 35mm negatives.
Excerpt: Takes only seconds from power-on to scanning, because the LED light source is faster to stabilize than the old fluorescent type. Good resolution, good speed, drivers work with Windows 7, nothing bad to say about it except it's 2 or 3 times taller (same footprint) than my old one. There are many ways to use it, including calling from Acrobat or Photoshop, but each method of scanning involves somewhat different configuration options and not all options have all the...
Pros: Good Bit Depth, Good Resolution, Widely Compatible
Excerpt: The scanner performs very well. It has done everything I've asked of it so far. The only drawback so far encountered is that the included software disk contained applications that were out of date. They would not even install. I was forced to go to the Canon USA website to get compatible software and that was a complex experience, one that consumed a fair amount of my irreplaceable time.
Pros: Accurate Color, Easy To Set Up, Good Bit Depth, Good Resolution, Widely Compatible, Works on Network
Excerpt: Using the 9000F MII to scan old B&W film Negatives and Color Slides. Initial results are good relative to the cost of the unit. Tried the Epson V600...unit arrived DOA..so much for qulaity control.
Excerpt: Using the Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II for 35 mm slides from the late 1950 fifty.And it is doing an excellent job. Before purchasing this scanner, I read all reviews,and was hesitant to buy this. Because some of the reviews said that if didn't do a very good job on 35 mm slides, I considered other brands such as Epson perfection V 600 photo scanner,and I am glad that I bought this.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Good Bit Depth, Good Resolution, Widely Compatible
Excerpt: I just started to use this scanner. So far I have mostly used it as a slide scanner, and for this task its seems to function very well. It is a replacement for an ancient CanoScan FS4000US wich is no longer functioning after about 12+ years. I do not use the bundled software, but instead use PhotoShop Elements which relieves me of one of the issues mentioned by other reviewers. I have no complaints so far and my results seem to be excellent.
Pros: Accurate Color, Easy To Set Up, Good Bit Depth, Good Resolution, Seems Very Intuitive