Reviews and Problems with Epson Perfection V750-M Pro
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Mold is growing on the interior...
Richard Sullivan, Amazon
3 April 2014
Summary: Mold appeared under the glass a year after I bought it. The thing would have to be dismantled to remove it. I have to be creative how I scan things to work around this flaw. Primarily I bought it to scan large format glass slides and it does a great job with those.
Summary: The scanner would be excellent+. However, Silverlight software is a problem. I continually have to close it and re-open it to get it to work. Really time consuming. I have a nearly new Mac with gobs of RAM, fastest processor they make and it run Photoshop and Lightroom like lightning.
Summary: I am on #3 since November 2010. The original one stopped turning on. The second one was defective and could not scan film. I received the latest one two days ago and it is working properly so far.
Summary: While I like the scanner, I was shocked to learn that it was not compatible with my Mac OS Lion. It was advertised as being compatible worth Mac OS 10. And higher. It took me most of an afternoon to find a way to update the software to make it compatible.
Summary: I have been using this scanner for the better part of 2 years and scanned over 10,000 pictures and slides. The V750 does as advertised. However, I do have some issues. First the slide tray adapter uses plastic clips to hold the slides in place.
Summary: Have been scanning my own film since the first HP PhotoSmart scanner came out back in the 1990s. For the past 10 years, have been using an Agfa Duoscan T2500 (2500 dpi optical). However, due to its SCSI interface and lately some color quirks in the scan data, have been seeking a replacement/upgrade.
Summary: Recently purchased the V750 after reading all the hype. I was a little disappointed when I discovered the SilverFast Ai pro bundled is 32 bit,my computer system is 64 bit Vista home premium. Epson will not even discuss it.
Summary: If you plan on scanning transparencies, beware of a problem that afflicts the similar Epson V700 and V750 pro scanners - depending on where you place your negative in the film holder, and depending on the density of the negative, you may see slight streaks or banding in parts of your scans.
Summary: Hardware does a great job - quality reproduction, good color fidelity. Software does well for straight forward copying with Home mode. Professional mode has some sofware glitches - mostly annoyances - that need to be fixed, since the software does not work exactly as shown.