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Epson Perfection V 600 Photo High Resolution 6400 x 9600 dpi Scanner

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RRP: £249.99
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  • High-quality 6400 dpi film and photo scanner
  • Restore film and photos with Digital Ice technologies
  • Make quick scans and save energy with Epson ReadyScan LED technology
  • Scan a wide range of photo and film formats, scan to multi-page searchable PDF
  • Convenient resizable preview window

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Technical Details
BrandEpson
Item Weight4 Kg
Product Dimensions48.5 x 28 x 11.8 cm
Item model numberB11B198031
SeriesPerfection V 600 Photo
  
Additional Information
ASINB002TAA3MY
Best Sellers Rank 4,701 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 Kg
Date First Available10 Nov. 2009
  
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Product Description

Box Contains

1 x Epson Perfection V600 Photo scanner with built-in transparency unit
2 x Film holders: 35 mm film strip x 12 / 4 x mounted 35 mm slides (reversible) medium format 6 x 22
Software CD-ROM
Start Here guide
AC adapter
Power cable
Warranty document
USB cable.


From the Manufacturer

Epson Perfection V39 photo Scanner slides, films, negatives , Epson Perfection V370 Photo 4800 dpi scanner , ReadyScan LED Epson Perfection V550 Photo Scanner, Epson Perfection V600 High Resolution 6400 x 9600 dpi Scanner Epson Perfection V800 Photo A4 Flatbed Scanner Epson Perfection V850 Pro A4 Flatbed Scanner
Perfection V39 Perfection V370 Photo Perfection V550 Photo Perfection V600 Photo Perfection V800 Photo Perfection V850 Pro
Optical Resolution 4800 4800 6400 6400 6400 6400
Maximum Resolution (DPI) 4800 x 4800 4800 x 9600 4800 x 9600 6400 x 9600 6400 x 9600 6400 x 9600
Optical Density (Dmax) 3.2 3.4 3.4 4.0 4.0
48-bit Colour Depth (Input)
ReadyScan LED Technology
Push Buttons 4 - Start, Send, Copy, Scan to PDF 4 - Start, Scan to email, Copy, Scan to PDF 4 - Start, Scan to email, Copy, Scan to PDF 4 - Start, Scan to email, Copy, Scan to PDF 1 - Start 1 - Start
Interface USB 2.0 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
Energy Star
Power supply USB AC Adapter AC Adapter AC Adapter AC Adapter AC Adapter
Size/Weight 249 x 364 x 39 mm - 1.5 kg 280 x 430 x 67 mm - 2.8 kg 280 x 485 x 118 mm - 4.1 kg 280 x 485 x 118 mm - 4 kg 503 x 308 x 152 mm - 6.6 kg 503 x 308 x 152 mm - 6.6 kg

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I am in the process of archiving all my old photographs and negatives to disc. So far the Epson Perfection V600 has done everything I have asked it to do. The scanning of multiple images certainly helps as I can scan 5 or 6 pictures at one time. The scanning of negatives and slides also seems fine. The only thing I would like is a negative holder for 110 film. To date I cannot find fault and the ICE technology certainly improves very old black and white photographs. Quality of scanned images is better than I expected.
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Bought Jan / Feb 2011 with the sole intention of scanning Medium Format (120) roll film, since buying i've decided to go to the Ilford B+W system and now i'm developing all my own film aswell... lots of negatives to scan...
Excellent product, some comments about the frames to hold the negatives could be true - they do feel a touch flimsy but be careful and they don't fall apart, the software however is a let down, the software sees the framing of 35mm well enough but it applies the same mask to 120 film... pointless... Get a copy of Vuescan - so much more control over the variables and scan rates)

Incidentally - on a 120 format film a 12800DPI scan yields a 400MB TIFF file, stick to 6400DPI and convert into JPEG (using Adobe lightroom to sort exposure compensation etc...) and you'll be left with approx 8MB depending on how much of the image you crop out

The depth of resolution is excellent on this scanner, i struggle to see how the next scanner up can improve - maybe it makes coffee aswell??
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Decided I needed to get a photoscanner to archive my 90 yr old fathers transparancy collection. Most reviews just added to my confusion and seemed like reading hifi reviews of years ago.I have always taken an interest in photography but wouldnt class my self as a keen amateur. To me the quality of the scans was important but so was cost , time to execute etc. I finally decided not to go with a pure film scanner like a plustek as I decided there was a benefit in also copying some old family prints and thought the ability to scan some family prints from cruises ,weddings and graduations would also be a worthwile benefit. So that meant a flatbed. Next what resolution ability was needed. The more I read I was convinced that prints would need 600dpi and film and transparancies for archive storage should be at 3000 or 4000 dpi. This would allow at least good quality 10 x 8 prints to be made if required. Next step was decide if ICE was required to remove scratches. I decided it was and this has proved a real winner in practice.I now wouldnt want a scanner without this ability.

So which model ?. I set budet of around £200 so a Epson v700 was out. The Epson V600 met my soec and budget plus it had good reviews.Finally what software would be provided. Silverfast seemed to be the benchmark but Epson manager seemed user-friendly and the inclusion of Adobe photoshop elements 9 clinched the deal for me.( worth about £80 to buy seperately.

In practice. I have concluded my requirements were sound, The scanner is delivering a 4 transparancy set scan at 3000 dpi with ICE dust and scratch removal in about 11 mins. Time to get a coffee once started. The jpegs print well at 10 x8 and obvioulsy look fine on my 46 inch tv where most viewing is done with the family.
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I have just bought one of these to replace my old Perfection 3200. The 3200 was a really good scanner but when I upgraded to Win7 64bit the Epson scanning software was not compatible. Epson provided a driver but could not offer an upgraded software package. So for me, the scanner was rendered useless. I tried various third party scanning software such as Vu-Scan and Laser Soft but there really is no substitute for the proper stuff. I found that even simple copying was a labourious task with poor results. I really had no option other than to replace the 3200.

The 3200 had given me excellent service so I wanted a scanner that gave at least as good a performance. Trawling through reviews I zoomed in on the V600 and the many positive comments settled it and I decided to buy one. I am absolutely delighted with my purchase. I thought the 3200 would be hard to beat but this scanner is light years ahead. I scan lots of photographs and negatives of classic cars and had up until now been happy with the results but wow, every little gleam, every piece of chrome and shiney bodywork simply leaps off the screen in a way that I didn't think possible from a scanner in this price range. I am so impressed that I am actually re-archiving many photographs, negatives and slides that I had previously thought to be of a very good standard.

Scanning slides and negatives was always a bit of a trial. It was really difficult to eradicate dust and spots. Epson's own dust removal tool was pretty lame and often removed fine details in addition to dust. So, I would spend literally hours cleaning images up with Photoshop and this would take the pleasure out of the whole exercise. I had read many articles on Digital Ice and despite general praise for it, I was quite cynical. Boy did I get a suprise.
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