Reviews and Problems with Epson Perfection V750-M Pro
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Perfection V750 - good machine
27 January 2014
Summary: My father has recently been moved into a memory care unit and has little stimulation in his daily life. When I was in California visiting he and my mother, I sent all the slides they had put together over the last 60 years. I purchased this scanner to digitize them but to preserve and share them. There were about 9000 of them.
Summary: Epson V750 Pro Review The scanner itself and the quality of scans appear to be excellent. I had my first scan (from a print) completed in less than an hour after the unit arrived and the output was very good. Going from there to doing real work was a bit more convoluted. Note that I purchased this unit to archive digitally about 70 years of film (my fathers as well as my own - dating back to the 1930's).
Summary: I just installed this scanner and had some trouble getting it to work. I finally called the "help" line and now I can use it. The scanner does a beautiful job in restoring old photos and slides. My only complaint is that I really wish they had a written manual that came with it instead of having to call for help or try to find it online.
Summary: The scanner is great! The carriers are a little fragile but with care should be fine. Size is a little smaller than the photos appear. Set up with the download for Windows 7 went well. The reason for 4 not 5 + stars. The documentation as usual stinks. I like Epson products and have had several over the years. Not being able to have a PDF copy on my computer may change my mind on the next purchase.
Summary: This is one of the best and most versatile scanners available in this price bracket. I have been working with this scanner for 3 years in varying ways from fine art reproduction to slides, negatives, and print reproduction. My only complaint is that it is not larger! Epson, we'd love to see this technology available in at least a 12 x 18" format.
Summary: The Epson 700 series preforms its tasks well and with a few caveats does the job. A reminder: load software before connecting scanner or you get nothing but errors and the silly troubleshooting screen. It would be nice if the slide a negative carriers were made of a little more substantial material. While they haven't broken yet they feel quite delicate.