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on April 26, 2015
I've scanned thousands of photos and negatives with this scanner. It's great for 35mm negatives and slides. You can scan other sizes of film, but there isn't a fixture provided with the scanner. I made my own fixture out of poster board to handle some older sizes of black and white film and 110 film. If the scanner had come with adapters for those sizes it definitely would have gotten a "5". If you buy this scanner, be sure to explore the options available with the scanner driver software if you plan on scanning anything other than prints, 35mm, and slides.
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on April 3, 2013
I Have used this scanner for 2 weeks and have scanned about 400 slides from the 50`s. It has done a creditable job since a lot of the slides are a long way from perfect. I have had to use the auto correct on a number of them and it truely helped. The regular scan process does them pretty quick but the auto correct takes about 5 minutes for 4 slides. I am totally satisfied so far with this scanner and would recomend it to anyone wanting to transfer slides and photos to JPG files. I`m sure text docs will work fine too.
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on February 2, 2014
I had researched for at least 9 months before purchasing a flatbed scanner. Thoroughly read every review on all the brands and models and finally selected the Canon CanoScan 9000F. A wonderful addition to my desktop computer and office. With the bright LED lamps, there is absolutely no warm up time before it scans. With the included software, there are many options for correcting various blemishes on photos.

It's super quiet, and when hooked up to a PC will also print directly to my laser printer.
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on December 29, 2012
Running Windows 8. Having given up on my old HP 6300c, and HP in general, I gave Canon a try. Sadly PP 14 cannot see the 9000f though the drivers are picked up. The MP Navigator software is clunky and confusing and has limited document image enhancement, much less than PP 14. MP also has very limited document management capabilities. The 9000f works. Document scans are fast and of good quality. I am just very disappointed with the extra steps now required to get the 9000f scans into my document management.
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on April 4, 2013
I originally have a scanner, negative scanner and slide scanner separately.
I mainly wanted one that scanned negatives. Mostly everywhere I see slides.
I photographed as an enjoyment and for memories before digitals and computers with negatives.
Now I found this scanner and gives me a chance to scan the negatives onto my computer under a folder
and see and remember the memories. Not only do I now scan digitals but I can scan my negatives!
This is an excellent device!
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on January 4, 2011
well i'm a huge fan of canon products and also have a bijillian slides taken , lets just say awhile ago. looked for a slide scanner on amazon read the reviews on the 9000f and bought one. all i can say is get one.. easy to set up, easy logical interface with however you want to save them on your computer. quick to scan , my initial trial purposely used images with low or shadey / sunny light . they all came out perfect with the auto scan feature. another canon home run at my house.
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on January 13, 2012
After 3 days of use I proclaim this a great scanner. It took a day to understand the software and become fully functional using the scanner but it does everything I need it to do and is super fast to boot! My thought is that only a professional photographer or journalist would need more. In fact, we are going to buy and second one right away. I have NOT used the film scanning functions yet.
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on January 24, 2013
This product was very easy to setup and functions great. I got this product to transfer prints from my childhood and my children's to digital. You can put multiple prints on the bed and as long as there is a space between them, it recognizes this and makes a file for each picture. I can't comment on some of the more technical aspects like some of the commenter's but if you are looking for something that's easy to setup and use and doesn't cost a lot this is it.
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on June 10, 2011
I recently embarked on a project to digitize all of my old color prints, B&W prints, color slides and B&W negatives. This scanner handled all of them with ease. The scanner is easy to use and the software is intuitive. Scan time is relatively quick. The resolution of the scanner input is adjustable, and the resulting image is very crisp. I have recommended this to other friends who are considering a similar project. For the price, this is an excellent buy.
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on May 2, 2014
I'm reviewing strictly on the capabilities as a film scanner. As far as medium format is concerned, it does a good enough job, but would probably benefit from a better holder. For 35mm, this is possibly the worst scanner I've ever used. Everything scans so soft that it makes sense to find a dedicated 35mm scanner. Compared to the Epson v300, I would say the color comes out more accurate, however, it's not nearly as sharp (and the v300 isn't very sharp either).
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