Summary: I made a mistake and bought this scanner assuming I could use it on my Intel Mac. No such luck. I'm hoping I will be able to use it with Parallels Desktop or Boot Camp. Canon should realize that lots of people own Apple computers now.
Summary: I was looking for this scanner for a few days. Amazon had by far the best price. Shipping is as usual excellent, fast and efficient. I have no idea about the durability of this scanner, it also depends on the use and care. But it does look pretty sturdy to me.
Summary: I got tired of scanning my wife's multi page documents one sheet at a time, then e-mailing the PDF files to her computer (30 ft. away). Found this Canon flatbed scanner, with 30 Sheet feeder, for her office. It is perfect for our needs. It's FAST! It's easy to use (even SHE has no problems).
Summary: We bought this scanner because of the ADF for imaging all our office documents. However, the front buttons don't seem to work. I believe it's because it's connected to a computer with Vista. Canon doesn't have an updated driver to be compatible with the new OS.
Summary: I have had this scanner for less than 2 weeks. During the 2 hours it worked and was in use, I loved it. Unfortunately, those 2 hours were an exception. First, the scanner arrived with a dysfunctional power cord.
Summary: The Cannon DR1210C scanner is easy to install and to use productively for small volume scanning such as one generally has in the home. Specific jobs can be created to instantly access the settings preferred for that job and have the folder where one wants the files stored pre-selected.
Summary: I bought this for my wife based on reviews that I have seen stating the ease of use and quality output. I agree with the ease of use but the quality was not there in doing color scans. Her older scanner was an HP ScanJet 7400C and it produced better color head to head against the Canon.
Summary: This little workhorse is the backbone of my paperless office filing system. It is reliable, simple and makes good images. It comes with a copy of Adobe Standard, which alone would cost about as much as the machine, so in a sense, you get it for free. Adobe and the scanner work nicely together.
Summary: Yes the scanner is nice. Yes it scans to a file. Yes it scans to your Microsoft email client (i.e. Outlook) and the document attaches fine. But that's not what I need. The scanner is supposed to have the ability to set up 50 "one touch" jobs that scan directly to email without going through the...
Summary: Yes it costs more then a cheap home office ADF model, but the difference in quality speed and performance is massive. The people in the office call it the Cadillac of scanners, and considering the other scanner is a pretty decent Visioneer that is saying something. The software works amazingly well.