Excerpt: The LiDE 120 Canon Scanner is slower than 210 but it seems to work OK with Win 7. My fear is that will it work when my Windows automatically updates to Win 10. My last Canon LiDE 1220 &Lide 35 did not work when my Win Xp got updated to Win 7.
Summary: I am very satisfied with this scanner due to ease of use and excellent quality of scans. I like the USB cord power (no additional power supply) and simple UI. So far I didn't locate any dislikes.
Summary: The unit was a new one. After setting up, I scanned a few things, and they were ALL blurred, like double-exposured pictures. I even contacted Canon to see if it can be fixed. Canon send advice to "calibrate" it, and I did that. Still the same.
Excerpt: Me: Graphic designer and print operator for years.I primarily needed a scanner to scan old images and vintage artwork for work. I used to scan everything on my all-in-one printer, but I noticed that the colors were always off regardless of tweaking the settings.
Excerpt: This scanner is cheap junk. Family photos scan in all purple and green tinted. Sometimes you get lucky with a good scan. The bad scans cant even be fixed in photoshop the color is so bad and I am a professional artist. I get the feeling the number of color was reduced and tinted.
Cons: Inaccurate Color, Inaccurate Scans, Poor Bit Depth
Excerpt: Haven't used it much yet. I did run into a problem with one document that I tried to scan and it scanned (and copied) at a 45 degree angle. I called Canon and they said it must just be a quirk with that document as I haven't had the problem with any other doc. Easy to use and good quality so far.
Pros: Accurate Color, Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use Buttons, Good Resolution
Excerpt: Scanner front panel buttons would not work so I sent this email to canon support: "My printer is a HP LaserJet M1212nf MFP. I am using the USB port. Using your software utility, I can scan to "MY Documents" and I can print anything from there.