Reviews and Problems with Epson Perfection V750-M Pro
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Very Disappointng Purchase
A Photographer Scanner, Adorama
3 March 2015
Excerpt: Until the Silverfast software (& Epson Drivers/Utility) that comes with these Epson Scanners (including future models) is fixed I cannot recommend this line of scanners.Put simply the problem is that if you want to scan anything bigger than a single 35mm slide you will get nothing like the advertised 4800 x 9600 dpi at 16 bits or even at 8 bits per channel.
Cons: Clunky Instructions, Difficult Setup, Difficult to Keep Clean, Poor Bit Depth, Poor Resolution, Poor Software, Poor Software Manual, Wetscan Information Poor
Excerpt: The instructions are abhorrent. There are several books and CDs and we can't find any useful instructions. Its all about extraneous nonsense that we dont care about. We just want to do a simple scan of soem films. We finally got it to work, but after 6 months of very light use, its already malfunctioning. I am writing this as I am on hold with customer support. The message playing says I should call back on a different day for lighter traffic. Also, its very slow.
Pros: Good Resolution
Cons: Difficult Setup, Difficult to Keep Clean, Poor Software, Slow
Summary: Have used the V750 Pro in scanning over 2500 slides. Teamed with SilverFast Ai Studio 8 I can now scan, correct and enhance 12 slides and automatically send to Adobe Lightroom for any finish touches. This has cut the time to process 36 slides in half for me. I was using an Epson V600 before.
Summary: I am trying to organize old family photos that go back nearly forty years, and many of the pictures are gone, but I still have the negatives. First, I scanned a portrait---and the result was nothing short of amazing!! Next, I snapped negatives into the holder and scanned those---and WOW!! I now have excellent digital images of the photos from the negatives! I have not even used the enhamncement software, and the outcome was nothing short of remarkable. HIGHLY Recommend!
Summary: This scanner has all of the features, bundled software, and quality I expect from a top-of-the-line photo scanner. It is a bit expensive, but not unreasonably so given what is included. So far, the scanner works as advertised. The included software is excellent.
Summary: I got this scanner to scan 8 x 10 BW negatives from the early 1930's. The scanner does a beautiful job. I printed photos from the scans and can see fine detail in the prints. My only disappointment was I could not wet scan an 8x10 negative. Hence the four star rating.
Summary: I have used this scanner for several months and am very impressed with the quality and ease of use of many different film formats. Only had one problem in using the USB and tech suggested we plug it directly in the computer rather than a hub.
Summary: This has been a really good scanner for all applications. It can't scan film as well as a Drum Scanner, but I don't scan film much so it would not be worth it unless I was scanning my film and charging for scanning for other Film Photographers. This scanner even took a licking from someone who broke into my place and ransacked the computer equipment, throwing it on the floor and stealing the computer.