Summary: I have already scanned several thousand prints and slides and couldn't be happier. Compared to my last scanner this is extremely fast and has multiple functions that are easy to use. Being able to scan 12 slides at once was extremely convenient.
Summary: I bought this scanner mainly for scanning old photos. The very first scan I made with it was of a >4x5 glass plate image from about the 1860's. It was processed to be viewed as a positive image although it could have been printed in an enlarger.
Summary: I have had this scanner for several months now and I am very impressed with the resolution of the scans it puts out. I scan images from 120 roll film and load to CD's for clients and also print 8 1/2 by 11 photos.I looked at Nikon's printer with similar capabilities.
Summary: I picked this product up here in Japan new for about U.S. $250.00(30,000yen). Actually the last version of the product is the CanoScan 9950FV. However, it is no longer being manufactured and is not listed in Canon's most current scanner product listing. Too bad!
Summary: I ordered this product a few months ago, and I must say that I am very pleased with its performance. This is the total package if you are looking for a quality scanner. The only issue is the all in one scanner you are able to print pictures, but as far a scanning quality this is the product for you.
Summary: This scanner is the best scanner I have ever owned and used. The resolution is the highest I could find and even more importantly, the software is excellent. I use it routinely for scans used in lithographic reproduction with excellent results.
Summary: I have had great success with the 9950F. The only problem I had was after the first time I used the scanner. I couldn't find it in my computer. The manuals etc., after loading software placed them on my desktop, but the scanner wasn't there.
Summary: The software with this scanner is excellent. OCR has really improved. But the scan programs are all good. I use a Mac and System 10.4.8 and is supported quite well. You can scan several items that can be fitted on the bed and allowing about a 1/2 inch between items makes one scan give you multiple...