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"Excellent for 35mm slide copying" - by Peter O'Reilly
Bought to replace the dropped and now broken scanner. Also wanted to copy 35mm slides onto my computer. Previously I had purchased a slide copier that is basically a digital camera fixed in a cylinder and the slides are popped in one end and a snap is taken. The results were not bad but the photos looked bluish. Anyway, back to this scanner, we have bought a digital photo frame for my mother-in-law for her 80th and I'm copying all their three hundred something 35mm slides. The results are very pleasing and even viewed on a 50' telly look really great. See the attached taken back in the 1960s

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"This is an excellent and fast scanner" - by Bluedun (London, UK)
This is an excellent and fast scanner, and produces very good quality results. I am serious amateur photographer who shoots a lot of 35mm film, and this scanner does an excellent job of scanning slides and negative strip film. It also does a great job of scanning prints. If you are scanning lots of old holiday slides, and just want to get reasonable quality digital images quickly, then one of the cheaper slide scanners might be easier to use. This scanner will be aimed at serious amateurs and professionals, and hits that mark perfectly in my opinion.

The Epson software works well, and is straightforward to use. The Silverlight software, with its bizarrely old fashioned interface, works fine, and if you want everything run on 'automatic' probably does a better job than the Epson software. However, I have achieved good results, and an easier work flow, by scanning with the Epson ... full review

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"Fast, quiet and great quality of image." - by Jim DeGriz (Essex, United Kingdom)
A fast, quiet and efficient upright slightly tilting back scanner.

Buyers might like to note that the scanning bar does tilt backwards and away from scanning plane thus allows the simple removal of the packaging materials.

If you don’t do this you first few scans might not work due to packaging jam. It’s not mentioned in the quick start guide. Worth knowing though.

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"Very easy to use straight out of the box." - by David Ney (Ipswich)
love this negative scanner. I have digitised around 200 35mm slides and 1,200 film negative pictures so far. Printed photos are very sharp and every bit as good as the originals with good colour balance.. Don't forget to get an SD card. 16meg card will hold thousands of pictures.

The slide trays are a bit fiddly to use but you very quickly get into a rhythm loading the negative strips. Images can be edited and flipped using a number of photo utilities and the SD card will retain the edits.

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"Good first experience using Mac OSX Yosemite" - by philstuart
For any Mac users who are wondering about buying this scanner and worrying about the older reviews describing problems with Macs, I have just received this scanner today. I unpacked it, plugged it in to my Macbook Pro (2015, running OSX 10.10.5) with the supplied USB cable, downloaded the driver software from the Canon website and within a few minutes I had successfully scanned my first document. Interestingly I did this using the 'Auto Scan' button on the front of the unit, despite other reviews saying that on OSX the hardware buttons don't work. So it looks as though the latest drivers are an improvement for Mac users. Note that this was just a quick first try, but so far it looks good.

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"Excellent Results" - by RJ_Photo
I haven't had this long, but it's already been a steady workhorse and everything I expect of a Canon product. Excellent results, easy to use (though on a Mac I'd recommend not using the default Quick Menu and stick to Scan Utility, as the Quick software isn't very reliable).

I've tried using the auto dust removal, and it does a pretty decent job, removing dust without degrading quality, but it doesn't remove everything. I prefer to do this by hand anyway, so not a negative for me.

I'd also recommend not using the auto detect for crop either, as it isn't the most accurate, though a lot better than some other scanners I've used, and a lot better than previous Canon scanners.

It may seem like I'm pointing out faults, but not really, just recommendations - there are workarounds that I stick to and as a result produce brilliant scans, which is what ... full review

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"Easy to use .good scans" - by Mr A.
I find this ideal for my needs (scanning) small pieces of informafrom documents. It's very easy to use and can be learnt in a matter of minutes. It's good to be able to select text to scan rather than the whole document .

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"Good quality scanner - slightly light on software" - by Warsop
This is a scanner of German origin. It is well made and having installed the CD Rom , it worked flawlessly first time. The high DPI rating gives very good images. Only minor criticism is that the software supplied could be better.

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"DIY Slide copying" - by Kris
So easy to use, very intuitive. Instructions are included to explain the menu items.
I have been using the bulk Slide feeder to copy my 2000 slides, but 2 other feeders come with the kit where you can load 4 individual slides or the other holder for a strip feeding negative films or transparency.

Has saved me a fortune, many companies charge up to 50p to copy a slide

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"good product Mac users - this can work" - by Amazon Customer
This is an edited review as I I have Mac Sierra 13.10 and the disk provided doesn’t work with Mac books. I contacted the seller who sent me software which I down loaded but didn’t allow me to save or print the images produced. After second contact and fresh software this works perfectly so for the price bear with the seller and let them rectify any compatibility issues. Quality not bad make sure it’s clean and relatively dust free.

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"Useful bit of kit - with few issues" - by Ms. R. Milnes
I read the reviews fairly carefully and decided to go ahead with the purchase understanding that it is not a true scanner but more a macro camera setup. Understanding that means that the quality may not be as great as a 'good' flatbed scanner with transparency/neg facilities. However this is much faster, has the convenience of the SD card so not needing to be hooked up to the computer and the usual hassle of finding upto date drivers. In both cases I cannot see one would ever accept the first pass of a scan - colour, saturation, and tidying up is always, in my experience, needed. It will depend on what you plan to do with the digitised images. Several reviews mentioned that glossy prints show a reflection of the 'innards' of the machine - try as I might I cannot see any reflections. For those who are interested in ... full review

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"Lovely little scanner" - by Premique
I have large scanners but this little scanner compliments them wonderfully. Scan photographs without taking them out of an album. Scan photographs in a book. Take it anywhere with you and scan without a computer straight to SD card to work on later. Scan large images and stitch the results together seamlessly with the supplied software. For me this was a Wonderfull buy


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"Mac Users - Mustek PageExpress A3 2400 Scanner" - by The Fear (of Office Equipment)
Just want to confirm, help clarify, add to previous comments on this product.

I'm a Mac user. Yes, the company and its documentation for this product are a bit useless but installation is very easy once someone tells you what to do and the product seems to work OK for an average user like me.

Don't bother with any software shipped with the product. Go to the companies website ([...]), choose the A3 2400 product from the "Office Usage" list and download 2 things:

1. Download the driver (look for the MAC driver, then select the TWAIN driver). Install the driver.

2. Then download the ImageAcquire application and Install it.

I can only get the product to work with the ImageAcquire software - don't know if it is supposed to work with anything else. But ImageAcquire is easy to use and does what I want it to do - scan in an A3 document. I ... full review

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"The reviews were good so I got one" - by A. Henderson (UK)
The reviews were good so I got one. It's great! Compact and usb plug and play. Using to scan documents and photographs. Will scan around 10 pages/photos at a time with the autofeed.I'm impressed with the quality of the photo scans. They are good quality at first go. Would be nice if the paper guide extended out a bit further but this is just a very minor point. Very happy with it and at a reasonable price.