Reviews and Problems with Plustek OpticFilm 7600i SE
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tim lange, Amazon
22 February 2013
Summary: This is a great product. I have been enjoying going through old family slides of my parents and coverting them to digital pictures. You can adjust all aspects of the slides or negatives. The price was right and the product works as discribed.
Summary: I bought a Plustek OpticFilm 7600I SE to scan old slides I discovered my parent's still had. This Scanner is very easy to use once you figure out how to get the software installed. I scanned several hundred slides and was pleasently surprised how easy the process was.
Michael W. Schaffner "(www.mwschaffner.com) S..., Amazon
22 January 2012
Summary: I received this as a gift and have been scanning old 35mm negatives. I still have hundreds of slides and negatives to scan but from what I've seen so far the scanner and software are excellent. The scanner came with Version 6.6 of the SilverFast software.
Summary: I bought the scanner to process the family's slide collection...2000+ slides. It does a great job and the dust & scratch software does an amazing job. While it takes a little time to learn how to use the color adjustments, the software tools are very powerful. There is video help in the software.
Summary: Purchased this about a month ago and it does work as claimed. The only reason that I give it 4 stars is the fact that the install process has you disable the other scanners connected to the PC that you install the scanner to.
Useful tool if you have a lot of old film and slide stock
Amazon Customer, Amazon
8 April 2011
Summary: Overall, I'm perfectly satisfied with the device. It's solid, comes with a nice soft storage case, and is quiet. I will say that the bundled software's UI is more than a little weird compared to the tools that ship with other scanner types, at least in my opinion.
Summary: The Plustek OpticFilm 76ooi SE is the best film scanner I've ever gotten... The difference in the results compared to a flatbed scanner capable of dealing with filmstrips (Epson V500 Photo for example) is worth it.
Summary: I was scanning my family's old slides and needed something that would fix the faded ones. I also wanted enough resolution to capture the sharpness and contrast of Kodachrome. The inexpensive scanner I had was making images taken with a Leica look like snapshots from a Brownie.
Summary: TL;DR version: Great scanner at a really good price but scans can take up to 6 or 7 minutes per image using max quality settings. Also has many custom options available, but can take a little bit to learn and get used to using. Auto dust removal tends to work great.
Summary: I ordered this machine Feb 24th 2012, and here it is April and it no longer works. I have sent emails with samples to the company and received nothing back. My scans are now coming out with vertical blurred lines and nothing I do is curing the problem. I've updated the software and still nothing.