Reviews and Problems with Epson Perfection V750-M Pro
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Epson Perfection V750-M Pro
16 November 2013
Conclusion: The Epson Perfection V750-M Pro Scanner produces the best photo scans of any flatbed scanner, reviewers say, especially when used in conjunction with the time-consuming fluid mount system that helps disguise dust and scratches. However, reviewers add that except for professional photographers, the high-cost of this scanner makes it a questionable choice.
Pros: Great output quality for photos, Wet-mount dust and scratch removal, High end optics
Cons: Might be overkill for non-photographers, Some durability concerns
Conclusion: There is no such thing as 'plug and play' scanning, and getting the best results from this scanner still requires an investment of time and practice. But the supplied Silverfast software guides you through the process of optimising the image pretty well. The hardware is massively over specified for most tasks, but Silverfast handles even the largest files — up to 0.5 GB and beyond — without any difficulties.
Epson’s Perfection V750-M Pro Scanner; Pro Performance From A Flat-Bed
1 November 2001
Excerpt: The new Epson V700 Photo/V750-M Pro Perfection scanners remind me of the very first Epson professional scanner I got to know over 10 years ago. The resemblance, however, is largely superficial. Even though the new V700 and V750 have a shape similar to the Expression of over a decade ago, these new Perfection scanners reflect an entirely different era of scanning performance. While...