Summary: This is probably the best scanner on the market. It scans my 35mm and medium format transparencies to perfection. It's the Rolls Royce of scanners - just goes to show that you get what you pay for.
Summary: Haven't had chance to use much yet but my experience so far is that it is a superb piece of kit. The amount of work that it does automatically is why I bought it and it hasn't let me down. It will get a lot of work because it was bought to digitise 1000's slides in an archive. Fully recommended.
Summary: I am absolutely astounded with the results I am getting when transferring my photo negatives to digital positives on my Apple iMac. Getting a good print in the darkroom could take up to 20 minutes; the Epson V750 produces stunning hassle free results in about 4 minutes. I cannot praise the scanner highly enough. However, the "bonus" editing software has been a disappointment. My iMac cannot recognise the EZcolor and therefore does not open it.
Best in class - as good as a drum scanner at a fraction of the price...
DRTphotos , Epson
19 April 2013
Summary: I purchased my V750 Pro when first launched. Having previously owned a dedicated slide scanner which produced indifferent results I approached this device with some scepticism but need not have worried. It has performed faultlessly ever since...
Summary: 100% top notch pro machine can't be faulted. If there are faults I can't find them. There are cheaper machines but not with the range of facilities. I attended at Epson a 1 day course on scanning and printing which greatly enhanced my use of this machine. If you need it and can afford it go for it. I use the scanner alongside an Epson stylus Photo Printer A3+ 2400 printer, an ideal companion!
Summary: Excellent product and easy to use. Silverfast 6ai was upgraded to Silverfast 8ai at no extra cost, although I had to jump through many hoops before being allowed to download it. Version 8 is quiet different from version 6 and takes some time to become familiar. Documentation on-line is not easy to follow, but I got there in the end.
Summary: This was purchased to replace a less sophisticated Epson scanner which had been very good but appeared to have worn out through over-use. The V750 has so far been a pleasure to use, producing reflective and film scans of good quality and with minimum fuss. However, when desired, the high and flexible degree of control over settings is appreciated.