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Nikon COOLSCAN V ED
5.3 out of 10

Nikon COOLSCAN V ED

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Overall 2
2.0

CHECK THE SYSTEM COMPATIBILITY BEFORE YOU BUY!

K. Williams, Amazon
5 May 2014
  • Summary: CHECK THE COMPATIBILITY! I finally replaced my HP running Windows XP with a Dell running Windows 7. When I tried to use the scanner, I couldn't. Why? Because the lazy people over at Nikon don't care if you spent over $2K on a piece of their hardware. They don't.
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Nikon CoolScan V Scanner

blogger79, ReviewStream
22 February 2008
  • Excerpt: This one called Nikon CoolScan V Scanner to me is an excellent scanner to date. But one word of caution is that it is not made or perhaps support the function of bulk scanning jobs. So if you are thinking of recommending it to your Bank Manager, …
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Overall 10
10

Excellent Scanner for Negatives

rakuten
20 December 2007
  • Summary: For the past six years I have been using flatbed scanners from HP with a Negatives/Transparencies Adapter to scan negatives. I have not been satisfied with their performance -- tonal range was low (optical density is not even listed in their specs), resolution (2400 dpi) not exactly great, poor...
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Overall 10
10

CoolScan V

rlhatt, rakuten
13 August 2007
  • Summary: I am very pleased with this scanner- also the software is superb. I have 35 mm slides going back to 1945 and except for the ectkachrome the scanning has been excellent. THe old Kodchrmoe of the 40's and 50's are simply beautiful
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Overall 10
10

Finally, a worthwhile negative scanner!

Patrick F., rakuten
22 June 2007
  • Summary: I've been toying with the idea of buying one of these for about a year or so. I purchased a Minolta negative scanner about 4 years ago, and was so discusted with the results, I packed it up and returned it the next day.
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Overall 10
10

Best tool for the job

Glen A. Sansoucie, Amazon
15 February 2007
  • Summary: I'd wanted to scan in my 35mm negatives for years, not only archiving all our photos onto CDs that could be stored in a fireproof safe, but organizing them as well. I estimated we had about 3000-4000 photos.
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Overall 10
10

Great scanner for an Intel Mac

Robert Cullers, Amazon
12 February 2007
  • Summary: This scanner and Nikon Scan 4 software has given me excellent results so far using a 2.16 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo iMac computer. I customarily can make up to 13" x 19" prints or 13" wide panoramics from the scans. Some people with Intel Macs seem to have had problems with the Nikon Scan software.
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Overall 10
10

Bob King

Robert L. King, Amazon
10 February 2007
  • Summary: UPDATE MAY 30, 2010: SOLUTION TO DRIVING SCANNER WITHIN WINDOWS 7: Upgraded (15 MINUTE DOWNLOAD AT ABOUT $90) to Windows 7 Professonal with XP Mode! SOLUTION TO INCREASE SCAN SPEED: 1. Upgraded to 6 GB RAM, dual core PC 2.
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Overall 2
2.0

Poor Support

Thomas J. Mcguire, Amazon
9 February 2007
  • Summary: My new Nikon Coolscan V ED worked very well for the first six hours after I put it in use. Then the film strip adapter which is needed for most of its operations broke down. I shipped it overnight and asked for a replacement under the one year warranty.
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Overall 10
10

Great Results using the Coolscan with iMac.

Troy L. Holsing, Amazon
7 February 2007
  • Summary: I have an extensive 35mm slide collection spanning the last 20 years. Have decided to digitize it. I doubt one could find a better system for the money. I use the Digital ICE on 99.9% of slides, it works very well removing scratches and lint.
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