Reviews and Problems with Epson Perfection V750 Pro
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No slouch, but cheaper alternatives exist
9 December 2013
Summary: Many flatbed scanners offer the convenience of both reflective and transparency support, meaning that like an all-in-one printer, you're saving a lot of money by combining essential features. This is particularly true if a dedicated film scanner is out of your budget.
Summary: If medium format is your thing then this scanner fits the bill and will produce results not far short of a Nikon at 5 times the price.If,however,you only do 35mm you might want to look at other products which are just as ,or even more,capable.
Summary: Just a warning for those who have or about to purchase the V750 or any Epson Scanner/product,I find this Scanner very useful especially for compiling and saving / printing very old photographs and 35mm images and slides, not so easy with the slides but I am on a learning curve, a great scanner, but...
Summary: Tried this out at a studio and was so impressed decided to purchase one. Without much fuss have produced some excellent scans from 35mm, 6x6 and 5 x 4 transparencies and negatives. We use the professional option of set up but have not gone into this in much detail to find the optimum settings.
Summary: There is little I can say that hasn't already been said in other trials and reviews. I have found the scanner well worth the money and feel it compares more than favourably with the more expensive dedicated film scanners from Nikon.
Summary: Only used it a few times but very nice being able to scan 12 slides or a whole roll of 35mm neg at a time. The Fluid Mount Accessory was not in the box (the main reason for getting the V750 over the V700), but contacted Epson support and they saidf this was a mistake with some V750s and they would...
Excerpt: Depuis l'arrêt des Nikon, il ne reste pas grand choix pour qui veut scanner ses archives argentiques. Cet Epson bien que cher est une solution car la machine est très précise et très silencieuse.