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Epson EXP1000XL+TRANS Unit Bundle A3 USB TPU 2400 X 4800DPI

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  • Bluetooth: No
  • Colour Depth in Bits: 16
  • Document Feeder Type: Flatbed
  • Firewire: Yes
  • Maximum Document Size: 17 Inch (42 cm) A3
  • SCSI: No
  • Scan Resolution in dpi: 2400
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Item Weight31 Kg
Product Dimensions45.8 x 65.6 x 15.8 cm
Item model numberB11B168022DA
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Best Sellers Rank 607,610 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight31 Kg
Date First Available1 Jan. 2005
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The Expression 10000XL is the scanner for the true graphics professional. Combining a resolution of 2400 x 4800dpi, with 48 bit colour depth and an optical density of 3.8D, the output is extremely high quality containing the maximum detail, clarity and definition from an A3 flatbed scanner. In addition, the USB 2.0 and FireWire interfaces included as standard ensure that the Expression 10000XL can be connected to virtually any computer with ease, including direct connection to a network with the optional EP

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Epson Expression 10000XL Pro

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59 of 59 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Professional Quality Large Format Scanner 29 Feb. 2008
By BWillos - Published on
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I purchased this recently because I wanted to upgrade from my old scanner, the Microtek 9800XL large format scanner.

I create highly detailed scratchboard line art and wanted a scanner that could capture the best possible scans of my work, which I can color digitally and send out to clients in electronic form. (I wasn't confident that my old scanner was doing the job as well as I hoped for.) Both the new and the old scanner are large format but the Epson 10000Xl is more than twice the cost of the Microtek 9800XL. Do I think the upgrade is worth it? Without a doubt.

Here is a list of cons associated with the Microtek that made me take the risk to upgrading:
1. Quirky driver. Sometimes the software could not find the installed driver and I had to restart the computer several times before it would work.
2. Microtek support is practically useless.
3. Very noisy operation
4. Scans required a lot of post production to arrive at the best capture of detail between dark and light tones. I had to scan in grayscale @ 1200dpi, make adjustment with Photoshop before converting to bitmap. With this scanner, the B&W bitmap scanning option was not capturing all the details.

The Epson, in comparison, has been a joy to own. Not only are the results much better, but the unit scans straight to B&W bitmap flawlessly, saving me time in post processing. I do need to clean the scan from unwanted specs but that is still a 50% reduction of time spent getting it optimized. The unit is also much quieter, has a slightly larger scan area, and built with superior design and parts. The lid stays open when raised at an angle whereas the Microtek was a slave to gravity.

After owning it about a month, there have been no problems to report. Since my livelihood relies on the quality of the images I produce, its a good investment and well worth the cost.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Features that Epson could better clarify 2 Jan. 2012
By anonymous - Published on
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I ordered this professional scanner for a specific need, which it will fill well, but due to pressure of work cannot at this time explore all its other features.
The need I had includes being able to remove the lid, or cover, and lay large matted works (which cannot be unmatted) over the capture area. The machine is designed to do this, and I was able to verify this by talking to phone support.
However, Epson in its product description does not make this clear or easy to find. I found verification once deep in a long PDF manual and once by talking to phone support. When I read lots of reviews on Amazon I could not tell for sure whether the product had this capability. It's such a simple thing to describe. It should be part of the regular advertising. Lots of people like to scan outsize pictures.
When I received the machine it turned out that this was all there. The bed itself is large. The lid lifts up well, and also can be lifted off and replaced easily.
Furthermore, the scan bed itself is very SHALLOW, unlike the office scanners which have a ledge almost one-half inch deep. This is important in case you want to scan something very large and "piece" the parts together. When the scan bed is deeply recessed, there is a shadow at the edges. It needs to be shallow, like this Epson.
Final comment, I can see there is a lot of software capability for color scanning here that I can't yet explore, but a just plain color scan brought out much truer colors than my office scanner, when doing an image where exact color mattered. Much better!
19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Epson 10000XL 19 Feb. 2009
By Bill Bolz - Published on
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I found the scanner to be packaged well and delivered safely. It worked from the second I plugged it in. One feature I like is that the cover stays open when you lift it and it expands so that thicker items can be placed on the screen. The 17" wide screen makes scanning large paintings as composites a piece of cake. I was surprised that it takes so long to scan at high resolutions though. Something I did not know when I bought it. I think I would like to have known the scanning times at various resolutions. This should be part of the tech specs on all scanners for comparisons. I scan paintings for prints in high resolution using PS-CS4 and then downsample for printing.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars very satisfied with my Epson Expression 10000XL Graphic Arts Scanner 7 Nov. 2009
By hummergrl - Published on
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I bought the Epson Expression 10000XL Graphic Arts Scanner to archive my large format photographs from my long ago modeling years and to use it for future graphic arts projects. I have a G4 Mac with no USB port and I need to be able to use it on Photoshop 6 on an even older G4 Mac. I was concerned that this model did not have Silverfast 2 software because I read it was invaluable especially for dust removal. Well,I can report that the dust removal,sharpening,light,color adjustments and auto focus that come with the Graphic Arts model work great for my purposes and are extremely easy to use. No need to go to "scanner school" beforehand. I do the detail work later in Photoshop 6. The installation was a bit tricky because of my older Mac. It took 2 phone calls to Epson technical support (located in the Philippines). They were very friendly and patient and sent me the right installation software for my older Mac. The 300 dpi large b/w and color photos scan pretty fast, maybe two minutes for b/w, 5 min for color. The 1200 dpi color zoomed in detail scans take a long time without USB and the G4, maybe 15-20 minutes,every now and then they don't get done: It indicates: just one more minute,with my processor working at 90%, but that minute goes on forever. The quality of the scans look fine to me, 16 bit b/w and 48 bit color channels are too advanced for Photoshop 6 and I have to size them down to 8 channel b/w and color to be able to work on them. I haven't done any color graphic arts projects yet,so I can't report on that. Overall so far so good. Hopefully I'll be able to use the scanner with future Mac models in order to justify the hefty price tag.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Scanner! 27 Dec. 2012
By Jamie Voetsch - Published on
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This scanner is awesome. It is spendy but considering that it is a wide format, I really dont think you could find anything better than this. The only problem is that the glass scratches easily so make sure you are extra careful when using it.
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