Summary: The CanoScan 9000F does what Canon advertises it does...with one critical exception. My primary reason for purchasing this model was the FARE software capability -- specifically, the capability to automatically remove dust and scratches from film scans. I was very disappointed to learn that this capability only works with film positive images (slides) and not film negatives...black & white or color.
Summary: The specifications claim that this scanner will make 4800 dpi scans of non-transparent media. The highest setting allowed by the software is 1200 dpi. Repeated attempts to contact customer service via email have largely failed. The only response to my service request was in the way of a poll on the quality of the service. Otherwise the slide scans are fast and appear to be of high quality. Much better and vastly faster than my old PF1800 silver.
Summary: The only purpose I had for this scanner was to digitize more than 8000 old 35mm slides. At first I fiddled around with it, trying all its so-called "features," until I realized I simply wanted a product that would scan as accurately and true to the original slide as possible. Since I can make all the adjustments I need far easier in Photoshop, I really have no use for most of this scanner's features and discovered many of them did more harm to the scan's quality than...
Summary: I spent some time looking through reviews to find a scanner for digitising a large slide collection. Between the Epson and the Canon it was the Canon I plumped for. Many reviewers seem to have a problem with Silverfast - more of which later. Scanner - Easy to set up and the results using Canons software are pretty good at 4800dpi 32 bit.
Summary: This review covers only the 9000f's film negative capability. For reflective scanning you can spend lots less and get the same results. If this scanner could actually capture 9600dpi of source detail then pro-level film scanners costing many times the cost of the 9000f would be redundant. However the 9000f, like all other scanners in its market segment, fails to get anywhere near this capability. Why do the specs quote 9600dpi then?
Summary: Bought this scanner recently, I was going to buy the Epson V500, but the price went up significantly, plus the Canoscan 9000F got half a star more in the average ratings. I've only scanned medium format slides so far. Generally it's a great scanner, but have found that my slide scans are very soft, which is disappointing. Also found the Silverfast software doesn't seem to work for film scanning, so have used the supplied Canon scanning software.
Summary: mi opinion es que no escanea como dice a 9600 ppp ni siquiera como maximo que como el inferior 700f, escanean ambos las fotos a 600ppp, como los escaner más basicos, tiene un poco más de calidad y centra mejor las fotos las encuadra bastante bien pero tampoco es una maravilla en resolución, tiene 48bit y no 96 de profundidad del color, donde destacan los HP, es más silencioso, rápido ya que permite escanear tiras de diapositivas todas juntas su inferior lo hace una a...
Pros: velocidad, bajo ruido, escanea diapositivas juntas, encuadra las fotos aceptable
Cons: precio, voluminoso, resolución y profundidad del color basicas
Pros: - skanuje kartki biurowe ale to samo robią skanery 2-3 razy tańsze
Cons: - skanuje góra 2400dpi
- driver windowsowy rozpoznaje 4800x4800 skaner
- usuwanie zabrudzeń i zanieczyszczeń klisz mocno obniża jakość skanów
- lepiej kupić coś tańszego i się nie denerwować.
- teraz wziąłbym epsona V600 z uwagi na porządne sprzętowe usuwanie zarysowań negatywów