Summary: Working great for scanning 3x5's and 4x6's. Only real complaint/gotcha is, the scanner bed is not big enough. There's a little hash mark for A4 paper size on the long direction - anything beyond that hash mark just isn't scanned, even though the glass extends for another 1/4".
Summary: I've created five, 100-page photo books from images that I've captured on film over the years using an input combination of a UMAX Powerlook 1100 flatbed scanner for medium-format media and a Polaroid Sprintscan 35plus for 35mm.
I think the unit is terrific. I find the software EXTREMELY confusing and difficult ...
Andrew J Petersen, Amazon
12 July 2014
Summary: I think the unit is terrific. I find the software EXTREMELY confusing and difficult to figure out. I'm sure I am not using a fraction of this scanner's capability because I just can't figure out how to use the software correctly.
Summary: I bought this scanner primarily for scanning slides. It has many features that I have not (and probably will not) use, but it appears to be very versatile. I have been using a Canon 8600F for some time and have been very pleased with it, and continue to use it for other things.
Daughter Planning a 50th Celebration, Nebraska Furniture Mart
12 June 2013
Excerpt: We purchased the scanner, at the recommendation of a camera shop, to scan old 35 mm slides (from my parents wedding 50 years ago). It takes a little time because you can only scan 4 slides at a time, but we are very happy with the finished results.
Great Scanner - works smoothly and usable software
Michael Daniec, Amazon
24 August 2012
Summary: Have had the scanner for about a month, processed about 500 strips of 35mm color negative film and very please with it. This is old film, some 30-40 years old so don't know what to expect but it does a pretty decent job of scanning the film, did a better job then when I sent same to a "professional"...