Summary: It's an OK machine it does scan my pictures fast and easy and like how it scans my old 35mm negatives. But it can have some white lines go across the scan photo. But that means you just have to use the clean taps. To keep the machine clean. If you want to use this to scan your old photos and blow up to a bigger size. Don't use this machine use your regular printer scanner. To get better results if you plan on enlarging your pictures.
Summary: This quite possibly the coolest little piece of electronics Ive ever bought. I have hundreds of photos in boxes that I was trying to decide -do I keep them? do I throw them away? They are taking up way too much room...then I find this little gem. Its plug and play, takes approximately 30 seconds to scan a 4x6 photo. (that is the largest photo you can scan) After a little trial and error I have it down pat.
Summary: High marks for this scanner. The price was very competitive and delivery beat the expected time by 5 days. My only limitation is the scanner itself. It is a quick and easy way to scan snap shots that a digital version does not exist. The downside is the constant calibration and cleaning of scanner.
Summary: This is a really lousy picture scanner. If you care about the quality of your scans, you would be much better off spending a few more dollars on a quality flatbed. If you just need to scan a bunch quickly, then this will work (but you have to clean it regularly or the quality will be horrible.
Summary: The P460 scanner was easy to use and gave good results. I needed it to digitize about 20 years of snapshots in a short period of time. scanning standard size photos like 3.5 x 5 and 4 x 6 was easy, and there is an adapter for small photos or thick photos or ones with old glue on the back etc. The 600 DPI setting allowed snapshots to be enlarged to very large sizes. The 300 DPI setting was more limited for enlargements.