Reviews and Problems with Epson Perfection V750-M Pro
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Beware outdated and toxic software
Peter D. Symes "petersymes", Amazon
30 July 2013
Summary: I think this is probably a great scanner, BUT the included third-party software is a series of disasters. The scanner ships with ABBYY FineReader® Sprint Plus 9.0 OCR that is silently installed from the Epson disk as part of the default installation.
Summary: My scanner got foggy in just over a year. I have barely done 50 scans on it. The result is in softer image after scanning. Basically, useless. Given the price, it is not acceptable. Its a nice scanner but the manufacturing quality is terrible. If you get lucky, I guess it is alright.
Summary: The document pad doesn't fit in the scan window, leaving the document floating on the glass, not pressed against it. The scan window crops the documents if the document is placed in the corner with the arrow, both top and side.
Summary: We purchased the V750-M as a replacement for an aging scanner. The item arrived in perfect condition. After installing the requisite software and configuring the scanner we were off and running. The scanner made excellent scans while in reflective mode. Color rendering, ease of use, etc.
Summary: The Epson 750 is the only affordable way to scan those slides and negatives before they start to get damaged. With Nikon not making slide and film scanners anymore, Epson has stepped up to the plate to produce a quality scanner. Be prepared for a high learning curve on the Silverfast Software.