Reviews and Problems with Epson Perfection V700 PHOTO
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. I purchased the Perfection V700 Scanner over 4 ...
Wm A., Amazon
23 February 2016
Summary: .I purchased the Perfection V700 Scanner over 4 years ago and have had no trouble with it that was not operator-error related (failure to fully read instructions). To date, I have scanned approximately 50,000 negatives, slides, and old photographs with my scanner, not to mention documents and other...
Summary: This is the best you can get outside of a dedicated film scanner that is no longer produced, supported by software, or just too expensive. I needed something for making contact sheets, scanning 120 and 135 film and it does everything very well.
Summary: I use the V700 to restore 35mm slide collections for clients. This scanner will give you professional results. You don't need anything else and here's why. Maybe 98% of all older slides were taken with mass-produced, relatively inexpensive "tourist" cameras that had crappy lenses, primitive light...
Summary: I've owned this scanner since 2007 and in the 5+ years, it has remained an excellent resource for my photographic work. It has its problems (the scanner doesn't capture everything in the scanning area), but for the most part, it has always produced high quality scans from both negatives and...
Summary: My only very slight reservation is that while the software Epson provies for Windows is extremely powerful, it is not implemented in Linux; Epson does provide Linux software but the options are very limited in comparison to the Windows tools.
Pros: I use the scanner to digitise photographic film; 35mm, 6x 7 and 4x5. It does a really great job. The software provides enpormous control over the images if you need. The auto exposure works very well. I've gotten good results for both color negative and black and while film.
Summary: We do a lot of slide scanning and the 12 position carrier can be loaded before it is placed on the scanner bed. The user can be loading one carrier while another is being scanned. This greatly increases throughput.
High quality scanner for negatives and transparencies
18 February 2012
Summary: This scanner performs well compared to dedicated film scanners. I've owned a Nikon Coolscan 4000 ED for years, and the V700 compares well with the Nikon product. I purchased the V700 to scan my huge collection of slides and negatives accumulated during the last 35 years.
Summary: Get this of you want to archive your film images. Serious amateurs and Pros on a budget will be happy with this scanner.
Pros: I've made a couple of scans from both film and slides. In different formats (6X6 and 4X5). The image quality is superb. I bought this scanner specifically for it's film scanning capabilities. I have an all in one printer on a second system, so scanning documents was not even a worry. I've been a ...
Cons: Showed me how inadequate my printer is for printing photos - More money to spend I guess.