Summary: This product is OK, However it started having streaks in the scanned photos after only 175 pictures. As reported by other users, you cannot get rid of the streaks. I found if you turn it off & let it cool down the streaks become less noticeable for a few scans.
Summary: You just need to remember you get what you pay for. Keeping the scanning head clean was hard, and even with the feeder sheets, which is a total pain, some times the photo would get caught and screw up the scan. I would say 1 out of 10 got caught. When the scanner gets dirty it causes streaks.
Summary: I bought it because I thought it would be a lot faster then using my flatbed for scanning hundreds of photos. Having to place the photos in the sleeve makes it slower so I ended up doing the job on the flatbed.
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.
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.
Summary: I bought the Kodak P570 from a "deal of the day" site. Sat in the box for a few months. Pulled it out yesterday, popped in a 16 GB SD HC card, and started scanning. Did 572 pictures, some 30-years old, almost non-stop.
Summary: I actually had a bit of trouble with this product, however I was able to complete my job with it. I had thousands of negatives to scan and got through them okay I guess. The picture quality is not great but it will be fine as I just wanted to save them to my computer and not print them out.