Reviews and Problems with Epson Perfection V350 PHOTO
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The Epson V350 photo scanner
1 May 2009
Summary: My earlier Epson scanner was no longer working properly. The new Epson V350 scanner does a good job with images and once one learns how to use the ABBYY software that came with the scanner it also does a good job of creating OCR scans. I have not used it for scanning 35mm film, but the previous owner said he had done so and was satisfied with the results.
Summary: I have been using this scanner to digitize archived family photgraphs ranging from recent to many decades old. Installation was easy on Windows Vista and the learning curve was fairly short. It has a few minor quirks in the way it previews and frames the photos, but I have discovered ways around these. I like the control it gives you in the professional mode for adjusting colorimetry and exposure. Scanning time is a little slow, but manageable.
Summary: I bought this scanner last week and am absolutely amazed at the quality for scanning and fixing old photos, negatives, and slides. The color restoration is incredible. It restored the color in some old photos of my father's cars from the '50s and '60s--boy was he pleased. I have Windows XP and it plugged in and operated perfectly. The directions for loading items to be scanned are a little iffy and it took some experimenting to get it right.
Summary: I have always been a fan of Epson printers and I have always heard very good things about their scanners, so when I saw this scanner I had to have it. It has some pretty impressive features for an inexpensive scanner (slide and negative scanning with automatic negative feeder, high resolution, great color depth, and my favorite: scan to pdf). I have to say that it does produce great scans of prints, but at higher resolution the scan becomes somewhat grainy.
Not what I hoped for, but could work well for you.
13 May 2007
Summary: For a general scanner this is quite a good machine and it's plug-and-play for a Mac. It also seems to be a very good value so I would recommend it highly for someone who needs to do occassional film strip scanning or just general scanning. However, I bought this primarily for film-strip scanning and it hasn't met my needs. It may meet yours. I have a huge inventory of 35mm film accumulated over 40 years of shooting.
Summary: Das Gerät funktioniert wirklich in allem sehr gut, lediglich verwunderlich ist, dass es nur an einem der vorderen USB-Anschlüsse erkannt wird, nicht an den hinteren (die aber ansonsten einwandfrei funktionieren). Daher nur 4 Sterne.
Summary: Kurz und knapp. Unter Windows nach Installation der Software läuft das Gerät ansprechend. Die Scannergebnisse sind ansprechend und auf jedem Fall besser als die meines HP Scanjet 3530c, vor allem wenn Bilder gescannt werden. Das Scannen von Negativen klappt ebenfalls anstandslos, kann jedoch nicht mit speziellen Negativscannern mithalten. Für eine Präsentation aber vollkommen ausreichend (hierfür habe ich ihn auch gekauft).
Excerpt: questo scanner da epson si fa notare per la risoluzione di acquisizione molto elevata 4800X9600 dpi utile a effettuare scansioni accurate e precise di ogni tipo di supporto e documento. Ideale per chi vuole fare delle copie di fotografie di cui non si dispone di negativo o di file stampabile. Oltre a permettere l'acquisizione di documenti su carta tradizionare è predisposto per effettuare scansioni di qualità anche su supporti tipo cartone, lucidi ...