Summary: Let me start with what I consider the most important point: I HAVE YET TO EXPERIENCE ONE JAM OR MULTIPLE FEED. For years I’ve been putting off scanning the contents of binders I have collected. They are old, I’d guess there were several thousand pages, and the paper was not in good shape. I received the Canon DR-C125 yesterday afternoon and began scanning. The Canon scanned this giant pile of paper with no misfeeds! That, to me, is astonishing.
Summary: I've been using this scanner, mostly on bills, receipts, bank statements and the like, for several months now. The scanner itself works great, for which I'd give it 5 stars. Paper feeds in without a problem. The paper width adjustment mechanism sticks slightly, but not a big deal, since I mostly leave it on the letter-sized width.
Summary: This is the first scanner that I have ever owned. I purchased for my business to help alleviate some of the paperwork that we have to keep around the office. Its easy to use and works great. What else could you ask for?
Summary: I would rate this scanner highly for the simple reason it allowed me to install a Twain driver ONLY and then ran clean and smooth. I would knock off a star because the setup guide didn't say anything about removing a plastic shipping clip that blocked the pick rollers until I figured it out. (The clip was bright orange and it did say remove orange TAPE).
Summary: we have scanned piles and piles of old documents ... allowing us to purge bin after bin of files. it really is amazing how well it works ... a press of a button and page after page flies through this scanner. and it is pretty small with clean lines. we simply store it away in the closet and pull it out whenever we have the need to scan. fast set up. fast operation. easy to use. we love it!
Summary: I use a very expensive scanner at work and this Canon one processes things faster than that one. The only negative I can say is it is a bit cumbersome in it's filing of the scan after it has scanned it. A few extra steps needed to make sure the document ends up where I want it. But all in all I would absolutely recommend it to friends.
Summary: I wanted a scanner that I could feed much larger stacks of paper through, and scan in duplex with the click of a mouse. I scanned a lot of docs closing out a family estate and I never even once fed this thing a stack of paper that it could not handle. The "U" paper path was really nice as well. Only a when I occasionally scanned some considerably thicker documents did I switch to the straight through paper path, which also worked perfectly.
Pros: Comes with alot of software and is a great scanner under the $500 range! You people need to see that these come with Nuance Ecopy Pro Office Scan Software. The software alone is worth $200 for one license ! That is what you use to create and edit and name docs on the fly. It is the best software in the world for document management.
Cons: Some learning curve to high tech Nuance ecopy software but worth it. More help in the box so consumers do not miss that software would be best. The other software can be lite versions or small apps.