Summary: I'm an artist who was looking for a good quality, affordable scanner. I had two people, who are in similar lines of work, recommend this to me. So far I've mostly scanned pencil sketches, but they come in exactly like they look on paper \u2013 no thin lines go invisible, line weights and pressure...
Summary: This scanner is reasonably priced, well built and easy to use. My scanning software, Snag It 11, and the V600 got along just fine. I scan damaged photos for repair and found the V600 detail was very usable.
Summary: Scanning my boat-load of 35mm film negatives to digital has been on my "wish list" for a long time. So when I retired, it was first on my list to start doing. I did a bunch of reading and decided to go with this scanner for multiple reasons. First it can do multiple scans at one time.
Summary: My trusty old Epson scanner suddenly gave up the ghost after more than 7 years just as a large scanning project was to begin. My new V600 stepped right in. The new software was very similar to my previous version, so there was a minimal learning curve.
Summary: I use this scanner to scan 120 film for my fine art photography. It has been great. The only thing that I wish is that the film holder went across the glass the short way, so I would not have to cut my negative since I use the entire film as one negative and choose my images when I scan them.
Summary: Quick review: I own the R2880 printer and the V600 scanner. I am a retired photographer and have had the pleasure of Using Epson products for the past several years. Closed darkroom, relyon this equipment for my continued Street and Documentary photography. Priced right, professional perfection.