Reviews and Problems with Epson Perfection V750-M Pro
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Worth every penny
23 August 2013
Summary: I just started shooting with film again due to a client request and it has become a popular option. With the cost of the lab doing the scanning I needed to save some money and decided to try it myself. It took some practice but I now have it down and love the results and more importantly so do the clients.
Summary: Just as expected from its agent. As a customer of Amazon since 2001 came in 2006 to steal the PIN Visa card Net by a thief the full amount of the card 2000 SR Saudi or approximately $ 533 ...and The procurement for this year 2013 is the worst years for many reasons, including the low level of quality electrical and electronic equipment, lack of sufficiently detailed explanation of the device and this is considered cheating and fraud of the Amazon to its customers...
Summary: In the late 60's and early 70's I took 2 combat tours in Vietnam. I was a fledgling pro at that time with a Nikon FTn and 5 lenses. I shot everything I could and it was all on AgfaChrome chromes. They are just starting to deteriorate and I needed to get them preserved. I did months of research on scanners and settled on this one as it was at the price point I was looking for. I have only done one print so far but it is black and white and vintage 1965. Spectacular.
Summary: Starting in 1970, I was a professional rodeo photographer for 12 years. I am now going back and scanning my best photos for a book. I have scanned about 700 negatives to this point. The scanner is incredibly easy to use. The focus and color were perfect right out of the box. The accompanying Photoshop Elements software is awesome. I just picked up my first prints from my phofessional photo lab and even they were impressed.
Summary: I have been working with older versions of Epson's flat bed film scanners at my previous job for the past six and a half years, now that I am starting my own business I wanted the best, and this scanner is worlds better. I shoot mostly 50 ISO transparency film and the quality of the scan is spot on, only a cibachrome would be better!
Summary: This scanner saves a lot of time in fixing old color photos and old black and white photos that have issues. The scanner fixed the color very nicely in a photo that was taken when color photos first came out. Those photos are fading badly but the scanner enhanced the color. I scanned some photos that had blemishes and it minimized the damages. I do put some of the scanned photos in photoshop and fix them more.
Summary: As editor of a 48 page quarterly magazine I have been able to scan an extraordinary range of original photographic materials, from 35mm slides to 8 1/2 x 11 negatives and/or positive film with great success. Other features makes it a very versatile piece of electronic equipment. I have previously used at least three other manufacturers' scanners but Epson is in my opinion no doubt the best.