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I needed something better than my Canon MX450 all-in-one's scanning capability
on 1 February 2017
I am in the process of scanning thousands of family photos and negatives. I needed something better than my Canon MX450 all-in-one's scanning capability. I still use that device but mainly for scanning documents, where the quality is good enough and the autofeed is very useful. But for photos I needed something a little better.
And this is a good balance between quality photos and cost.
My only complaint is that historically I found Epson's software poor. And things haven't changed. For example if you scan multiple photos at once it WILL separate them but it needs a much larger space to be left between them than the Canon does, which means fewer photos per scan, AND it puts a white border around each image which I them have to crop off. That is not good and loses it 2 stars.