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Epson Perfection V370 Photo 4800 dpi scanner with ReadyScan LED technology - slides, film and negatives

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  • High resolution - 4,800 dpi for high-quality
  • Transparency unit - scan slides, film and negatives
  • Flexible - scan bulky books and 3D objects
  • Convenient - scan-to E-mail or cloud storage
  • No warm-up time
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight2.2 Kg
Product Dimensions43 x 28 x 6.7 cm
Item model numberB11B207311
SeriesPerfection V370 Photo
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 1,047 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.9 Kg
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Date First Available19 Sept. 2012

Product Description

Product Description

Epson Perfection V370 Photo

Superior Quality

Get superior-quality, A4 photo scanning with the Epson Perfection V370 Photo, which features a built-in transparency unit for easy scanning of slides, film and negatives. Thanks to the scanner's high optical resolution of 4,800dpi and CCD (charged-coupled device) technology, you can be confident that every detail will be faithfully captured with exceptional clarity.

Epson scanners produce fast, high resolution results time after time. Whether you're scanning everyday documents, archiving analogue photos, or working with 35mm strip film: six frames, 35mm mounted film: four frames, or transparencies that need a fast turnaround.

Key Features

The Epson Perfection V370 is ideal for users who want to enhance their photos. Enjoy instant scanning of films, photos and slides in amazing 4800dpi detail.

  • Scan 35mm film and slides with built-in transparency unit
  • Scan to cloud with included Epson Document Capture software
  • Restore colour, remove dust and correct backlight with the included Epson Easy Photo Fix software
Epson ReadyScan LED Technology

With warm-up time of less than a second and efficient LED white light, ReadyScan LED Technology means you can start scanning straight away. LEDs are more energy efficient and do not contain mercury, which reduces power consumption and environmental impact. Also, LEDs generate less heat, which is good for sensitive or delicate originals.

Epson MatrixCCD Scanning

CCD chips catch and convert the information contained in light into a digital file. Epson MatrixCCD technology uses multiple rows of light-sensitive elements to give your scans higher quality, reduced image noise and better dynamic range. This means you can scan faster and at higher resolutions up to 6,400dpi while maintaining a small product size.

Epson Easy Photo Fix before and after examples
Restore your images with Epson Easy Photo Fix

Scanning bulky books or 3D objects is no problem, as the Perfection V370's lid has an extendable hinge than can open up to 180 degrees. Even if parts of the book or object being scanned are not in contact with the scanner's glass, they will still be in focus and captured accurately. This is because Epson's CCD image sensor technology offers a greater depth of field than the CIS (contact image censor) technology used in most comparable scanners.

Simple to Use

Simple to use, the Perfection V370 enables you to conveniently scan to email at the touch of a button, or scan to multi-page, searchable PDF. Other useful photo and document editing features are available using the included software: Epson Easy Photo Fix makes it easy to bring your originals back to life by restoring faded colour, removing the appearance of dust and scratches and adjusting backlight; Optical Character Recognition (OCR) allows you to copy, paste and edit text from scanned documents; and Epson Document Capture enables direct scanning to cloud storage services, so you can access your scans from any computer or mobile device.

Fix Your Photos

The scanner also includes Epson Easy Photo Fix technology for the refreshing of your faded photo memories. The easy-to-use but effective software automatically enhances your photos by bringing faded colours back to life, removing dust and correcting backlighting -- restoring them to their original glory.

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Epson Perfection Photo Scanner Comparison Chart
Product Details
Product Details
V370 Photo
Product Details
V550 Photo
Optical resolution (dpi) 4800 4800 6400
Optical density (Dmax) 3.2 3.2 3.4
Film scanning No Yes Yes
Digital ICE - dust and scratch removal No No Film
Scan-n-stitch No No Yes
USB 2.0 Yes Yes Yes
Max power consumption 12W 12W 16.5W
Dimensions (WxDxH mm) 280 x 430 x 40.8 280 x 430 x 66.5 280 x 485 x 118
Weight 2.2kg 2.8kg 4kg
ReadyScan LED technology Yes Yes Yes
Scanning speed A4 300dpi colour (per page) 14 sec 14 sec 14 sec
Document Capture Pro (For Windows) Yes Yes No
Document Capture (For Mac) Yes Yes No
Easy Photo Scan No No Yes
OCR software Yes Yes Yes
Windows and Mac OS support Yes Yes Yes
ENERGY STAR Compliant Yes Yes Yes

Box Contains

1x Epson Perfection V370 Flatbed Scanner
Warranty document
User manual
USB cable
Software (CD)
AC adapter

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

61 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Paul Shaw on 15 July 2013
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The is the first scanner I have ever owned. I bought it primarily for scanning a large collection of negatives where the original photos are already mounted in albums.

FIRST IMPRESSIONS - First impressions are very good. It has the feel of a well built, quality product - it's certainly a solid piece of kit. The USB port could be better positioned for how my desk is arranged (I would prefer it at the back), but this is a minor inconvenience. The negatives I've scanned so far have been mainly on the 'auto' setting, which makes it very quick & easy. I just put them in the special holder, close it, put the holder on the glass so it slots into place, shut the lid and click the button. The negative frames are then detected, scanned and saved. And that's it. Simple. The hardest part is working out which way to put them, but a little diagram on the holder is a constant reminder.

QUALITY - In my experience, the quality of scanned negatives isn't as good as scanned photos, which I did expect - the colours aren't as rich. However, that might partly be the fault of my old negatives, which are slightly warped. However, I'm happy with the results, and remember this is all on the 'auto' mode. There are plenty of options to play with to get the best out of the scanner, so I'm sure I could improve the quality. For the time being though, I'm happy to compromise slightly on quality to get everything scanned quickly, to get a backup of all my pre-digital photos. Once I've finished I may go back and get some higher quality versions of my favourites, direct from the photo instead of the negative.

PHOTOS - I've only scanned a few photos so far, mainly on the 'professional' mode to allow me a higher dpi. Here the quality is fantastic, allowing me to zoom in for a good level of detail.
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129 of 133 people found the following review helpful By Richard Clist on 8 Dec. 2012
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I have not fully exploited this machine yet as it is only a couple of weeks since purchase. However I can report that the scanning process is simple as the unit automatically recognises the source (photograph, colour slide and negatives).
With 4 slides or six negatives loaded the scanning process time is variable depending on the dpi selected. The auto functions reasonably quickly but you still must have patience! All results have been exceptional and above expectations and at 1200 dpi the pictures have been remarkably true, colours and definition. The software provided does its job well but you will probably want use a good photo editing package if you load below par source material.
I have more to learn but this is a super machine which will bring to life those boxed up memories. I did a lot of research prior to buying this unit and recommend the value for money Epson V370.
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121 of 126 people found the following review helpful By S. P. Long TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 20 Feb. 2013
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I already own a decent scanner built into a Canon all-in-one printer, but I bought this to enable me to scan in some old negatives. I tried one of the cheaper negative copiers that take a digital photo of the negative, but the results were quite poor - colour rendition was inaccurate, lighting varied across the photo, edges were artificially enhanced and the output was only available as a heavily compressed JPEG. I decided to try this scanner as the next step up, not being willing to pay for a dedicated professional negative scanner.

Frankly, having done so, I'm not sure what the benefits of a dedicated pro scanner would be - the results produced by the Epson are superb. Beautiful sharp images with more natural colour balance than the original prints had, perfect exposure (even on tricky nighttime shots) and no evidence of artificial processing. Scanning a negative at 3200 dpi takes a couple of minutes, but the results are worth the wait. Even on the default full-auto mode - just insert negatives and hit Scan - the results are more than acceptable.

I'll be returning the previous negative scanner, but this one's a keeper - if you are trying to rescue old negatives (and have the patience to wait a couple of minutes for each one), it's a brilliant tool.

One more note - a couple of reviewers say they have had problems getting it to work with Win7 64-bit - that's what I'm running, and it installed and worked perfectly first time.

Can't recommend this highly enough!

Edit - I've noticed one other reviewer has had problems with bands of colour when scanning negatives. I've seen the same, but it isn't a fault - it indicates that there is dirt or marks on the scanner glass under the calibration region of the negative holder. This is the empty rectangle at one end of the negative strip - make sure the glass under this is perfectly clean, and the banding will disappear.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By BethB on 12 July 2013
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Me: Absolutely non-techie inclined, with a disability that means my hands are not good with equipment that requires a lot of fine motor skills.

My need: To scan about 700 old prints and 35mm slides without expensive hardware I may never use again.

The Epson: Set up was straightforward. Very easy to use. Prints just sit on the glass as for any scanner. For the slides, rest the frame on the glass, slot the slides on top. Simple.

Would've been nicer: If you could do more than 4 slides at a time. If it was a bit quieter.
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77 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Chapman Baxter on 11 Jan. 2013
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Mine arrived yesterday - firstly, unlike what is stated in one of the recent reviews, it actually works fine with 64 bit windows 7 (well, on my i7 Vaio laptop anyway) and also fine even with Windows 8 pro on my daughter's Netbook. When i first installed the disk, it said a new driver/software update was available from Epson and I chose to install via the update wizard rather than the software on the disk - maybe that's where the reviewer went wrong? Anyway, it's wrong to state it does not work with 64 bit W7 - proof is in the fact that I've been pressing the send to pdf/quick scan buttons for hours without a snag. Also, you can stop the 'epson event manager' process from starting at boot, so it's not just a constant running process. It starts when you turn your scanner on anyway, so is unnecessary when you're not scanning.

All this said, the software is a bit dated looking and clunky, some of the alert boxes even come up in Japanese. This isn't uncommon with software from Japanese firms though - their expertise is in hardware and they always seem years behind with slick GUIs etc. I went for the Epson as the other option in the price bracket was Canon and i'd therefore had the same kind of problems with their software anyway. Other reason for going Epson was my old canon n1220u still works perfectly, but they stopped making drivers for it (32 bit win7 yes but 64 bit no). I therefore wanted to take my trade elsewhere as a protest at that.

It gets 3 stars as it's much bigger than I expected and the big plug in transformer seems OTT for a low energy device - I miss that about the Canon, with the lide range being powered by the single USB cable. Also the results, although excellent are not a massive step up from my 10 year old Canon.
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