Summary: I had an old epson perfection way back from around 2000 or so and it was great. I remember it was a bit contrasty but pretty close to an exact match to the real thing. and by that I mean I scanned a magazine and them looked at the actual magazine next to the monitor and it looked close. this scanner, I really wanted to like it but I can't and am returning it.
Summary: I bought this scanner with the hopes of scanning a lot of old photos. - - Bad mistake - - . When scanning semi-gloss photos I get vertical light lines in the scans and when I called Epson support ( which was an interesting experience) I was told that I could not scan semi-gloss photos because they reflect the light. I sent it back quickly and got an all in one HP machine that does not seem to have that problem.
Summary: " Could not get this scanner to print a document. This a highly complicated tool to work with and nothing like any previous scanner. It's far too complicated for me. I'll need some sort of lessons on how to actually print a scanned document and attach documents to e-mail.
Summary: Bought the V330 as a replacement for my Epson PX800FW, which had developed a scanner fault... that should have been the warning to stay away from Epson on scanners. Setting it up was straight forward enough, you have to provide a connection to the PC via USB, but unlike a lot of scanners, it has an external AC adaptor to power it. Considering this is LED powered, which is supposed to be more economical...
Summary: Ich hatte anfänglich den Fehler gemacht, ein zu langes USB-Kabel anzuschließen. In Folge ist der Scanner "eingefroren" und nix ging mehr. Mit dem beiliegenden kurzen USB-Kabel läuft alles einwandfrei. Die Bild-Qualität ist sehr gut. Das Gerät ist aber, im Vergleich mit professionellen Geräten, langsam. Nicht desto trotz, für den Heimgebrauch dennoch empfehlenswert. 4-Punkte, da ich die SW nicht super straightforward halte.