Reviews and Problems with Epson Perfection V700 PHOTO
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29 December 2014
Excerpt: I have used both v700 and v750 scanners. Both are good for photographers as well as for pre-press users, like offset or digital printing. It gives you very sharp image, highlights and shadow details. Epson software understands photography values and gives you closest color to the original exposure.
Excerpt: Overall this is a great scanner. The main negative feature is that the scanner does not take in all of the glass scanning area, so the user needs to be aware of that limitation. The V700 has scanned thousands of pictures and negatives and the resulting scans are excellent.
Excerpt: The invoice for my Epson printer is dated 11 December 2006 and after thousands of negatives scanned, I am still using it as if it just came out of the box. Most of my negatives are 6x6 and thus a 35mm scanner would not work for me.
Excerpt: The scanner works great, of course there is a learning curve with it. For me a slow learner when it comes to electronics I think I did fairly well...it does all I want it to do and quite well... My issues are most likely because I'm not doing something correct..