Summary: While the Ecopy is great, I kind of liked the earlier versions that were simpler.
Pros: Top of the line every day scanner for a small to mid size business. Had a similar Canon in my previous office and based on my experience with them I bought two for my new office. Neither have let me down so far. As for the software...the E-Copy alone Is reason enough to choose this scanner over o...
Summary: Compared to the other document scanners we have in use, the DR-C125 is a solid performer with greater aesthetic appeal. We currently have a dozen or so in place, and shall continue to deploy the DR-C125 for as long as it is offered.
Pros: We definitely admire the small footprint this scanner has, the speed with which it scans, and the easy-to-use scanning features. Another plus, for our medical billing staff, is the ability to scan insurance cards with the flick of a lever. It does all we need it to do.
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. The stacks of binders are 5 feet tall, I'd guess several thousand pages.
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 ...
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.
Summary: I nervously upgraded from the DR-2080C (USB/SCSI Interface) to the DR C125. Nervously, because I expected it to be made in China and to have the same problems as the DR-2080C. Its made in Japan (means assembled in Japan from Japanese and foreign parts) AND solved all the annoying problems of the...
Simply awesome scanner -- Fast, great resolution, dual compatibility, and twain driver
Honest Review, Amazon
20 June 2012
Summary: I have a home office and needed a scanner for various purposes. My needs included an automatic document feeder, speed, high resolution, small footprint, twain driver, and compatible with both mac and pc. This was the only scanner that truly fit the bill.
Summary: This is a great unit; I recommend it highly.
Pros: Very fast. I think it has a great look. I didn't think I'd care but I really like the WYSIWYG feature where you can see what you are about to scan when it's loaded in the feeder.
Cons: Not really a con but it's louder than I thought and has a distinctive mechanical sound; I'm used to my previous Cannon scanner which had that slow MMMMMMMMMMM sound. Also not a con but worth mentioning is to scan longer paper you need to extend guids that really remind me of a Transformer Robot a...
Summary: Let me start by saying I own several document scanners, including the darling-of-the-industry ScanSnap s1500. This scanner is without-a-doubt on par with the best. Here's what stands out: Fast scanning (FASTER than the reported ppm ) Small footprint (smaller than ScanSnap, and in my opinion,...
Canon Has Hit A Grand Slam Home Run With This Document Scanner
I Buy A Lot On Amazon, Amazon
26 March 2012
Summary: I have used many document scanners, including the Fujitsu, and I can safely say this one is truly the best. While I cannot attest to its longevity, I can absolutely report that it is easy and fast, with great features. I am using it with a Mac, and the Canon software is easy and wonderful.