Summary: I was very excited to get this scanner; in theory it would save me a ton of time against having to use a flat bed scanner. I was using it to scan my mothers photos (thousands of photos), I was fine that any ones bigger than a 5x7 would have need to be scanned using a flat bed.
Summary: I took this scanner to Mexico as a gift for my parents. While there I scanned photos, only to find that as they displayed on the computer they had scan lines across the top. What a shame! I cleaned the scanner inside and out at about every twenty photos, but the scan lines continued.
Summary: not a bad scanner for the price. but gets hot quick, and leaves lines on the image. no way to remove them. does not come with an alignment guide, model is discontinue in 2012, so Kodak doesn't have any available. the sleeves attracts dust and streaks the image. no way to clean them.
Summary: Opened it up for the first time last night. It was NOT as easy as you'd think to set up, and it took forever for me to quit getting the blinking red light indicating it was not ready (error indicated a memory card malfunction, but there was none - worked fine in my PC).
Summary: Very disappointed in this product. I was looking for a dedicated scanner to archive some family photos. The fact that you have to place the photo inside of the provided plastic sleeve makes the process very cumbersome and time consuming.
Summary: I bought these to be able scan 35mm negatives . I tried sampling them with some more recent pics that I had on 35mm , and the scanned negatives produced a sort of blurry result , almost like the pics were slightly out of focus (the original developed pics were OK) .