This scanner works fine for not-so-important memories
William F. Lawson, Amazon
8 March 2016
Summary: I bought this scanner because it was the cheapest scanner that scans larger negatives. I guess I got what I paid for. Pro: Scans fast enough. Scans batches of negatives. Con: Camera equipment from the 40s, 50s, & 60s, did not have auto exposure because it wasn't available yet.
Despite hours worth of trying to download work-arounds such as MP Navigator and such -- which I managed to use on a previous lap
18 January 2016
Summary: I am not reviewing this CanonScan9000F, but I am commenting here because this seems to be one of Canon's newest model scanners. However, I will not buy this particular scanner. I currently own a Canon8800F scanner, which I have had for about 5 years and it works very well.
Summary: My intent was to use this scanner to replace a defunct Canon Model 8600F scanner which I had used to scan many thousands of slides and photos. Upon receiving the new scanner I scanned approximately 100 slides which seemed to be not as sharp and slides scanned with the previous scanner.
Summary: No software CD or any documentation was included with the scanner. The box and packaging did NOT look like it had previously been opened. Had to find and then download the software. Worked fine after I did that. SERIOUSLY DISAPPOINTED in the scan quality of scanned slides.
Summary: I do not write many reviews, finding that most who precede me have done a fantastic job already. But I was caught completely off-guard in the purchase of the Canon 9000F MKII scanner. First, I am very pleased with this scanner as a piece of hardware.
Summary: I have thousands of color slides, mostly the Sierra's, that have blue skies, granite, and lakes. The blue in the sky and lakes is not a correct blue. The corrections I made to the scanned product in Advanced Mode was only partially successful.
Although the quality of the scans were nice, I had issues scanning in slides which was ...
Michael A. De Rocha, Amazon
23 August 2012
Summary: Although the quality of the scans were nice, I had issues scanning in slides which was the main purpous of the purchace. Would get artifacts, and looks like a prisium effect. These issues were on 2 of the 4 slide areas. I had to return it.
Summary: I bought this scanner to scan old negatives and it seemed like a good choice based on the reviews. I was very disappointed. I, who am very technical, found the software non-intuitive and difficult to use.
Summary: As a senior geek, my scanner experience goes back to futzing with the early Microteks. In 20 or so years, not much has changed in the futzing department; while the quality of scanned images is impressive.