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Epson B11B184051 Perfection V100 Photo Scanner

by Epson
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  • Automatic Scanning of photos, slides, negatives, and documents
  • 3200 x9600 dpi scanning
  • one-touch start, copy, scan to E-mail, or scan to PDF
  • Epson Digital Dust correction technology for intelligent dust removal
  • One-click photo restoration with easy photo fix
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.9 x 11 x 2.2 inches ; 6.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000H94WCG
  • Item model number: B11B184051
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 2, 2004

Product Description

Perfection V100 Photo Scanner

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Customer Reviews

Disappointed I exchanged the scanner for a new V100.
Michael H. Hughes
The scanner itself, was so easy to use, copies of perfect quality.
Gary F. Whitman
I'm putting mine on ebay and will be glad when it's gone.
R. Smith

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By S. Adams on February 27, 2007
I guess I was lucky - I have scanned over 600 slides without any particular problem in terms of quality or undue cropping. It does 4 at a time which is handy as long as you can use a common setting for all 4. Very slow once beyond 600 dpi.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Don on January 9, 2007
I highly recommend this photo scanner--a great scanner for the money. I purchased the scanner after my old one died and was so amazed with the outstanding quality of the scans, I've started re-scanning all my old 35 mm photos previous scanned. It also comes with a good easy to use scanning/photo editing software package.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By L. Gray on September 13, 2006
Arguably, Canon and Epson make the best scanners on the market, and flatbed scanners have far greater scanning specs/capabilities over the all-in-one printers. I was in the market because my old Canon 1290F finally died. Last year whin I upgraded the CPU/motherboard, I thought it died but it turns out that it, and the newer Canon, would not work as I learned from their tech support, Canons twain drivers have a problem with AMD/VIA motherboard combos, and contued not to work even after I flashed the bios. I returned the newer Canon, and used the older Canon as it worked on my Intel based laptop. Current day packages on Canons only list Intel CPU's on their minimum requirements, and I wasn't going to take a chance that they corrected their problem.

The Epson V100 is an update to the highly positive reviewed 3490, and the published specs are virtually identical. Some of the internals may have been modernized and newer versions of software, but the most obvious change is in it's physical size from the 'soapbar' box design of the 3490.

Scans have been excellent, and I am not going to concentrate on them for this review. After all, excellent scans is a minimal expectation. Additionally, set-up was a breeze.

What I am going to concentrate on is the lousy design. The designer should be fired, and the entire team should never be allowed near another Epson product. A little harsh, but you will understand. Set up in "portrait" position on the desk wg=hich yould seem to be the most natural as the "EPSON" and other labels are in normal reading position, I can live with the lid opening into me, so I have to reach around to load documents. The worst part is the power and USB cord connections are on the front corner and drape the length back to the back side of the desk.
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Will L. Eskridge on February 16, 2007
First off I've been in the graphic design industry for about 7 years now. I'm also a painter and have slides that I want to digitize for various projects. I've used various brand name scanners over the years and haven't any problems with too many except for an old UMAX back in '98 (but that's another story) Also, I use a G4 powerbook. For the past 4 years I've been using a Canon Lide 30 with no problems - it is an awesome simple scanner. However, as stated I've been wanting to scan some older work (and new work) that is captured on 35mm slide. After some research, I had originally settled on the Canon 4400F. I was so anxious to get my work digitized for some upcoming projects, I went to Circuit City and Best Buy but to no avail, they don't carry the Canon 4400F. Best Buy had the Epson Perfection V100 in stock. I hadn't read a review, but the price was the same as the Canon and I looked over the specs and all seemed right, so I thought I'd give Epson a chance.

I got it home and unpacked the contents. Set-up was simple, albeit very slow. Setup even installed the plug-in to Photoshop which was nice. I was immediately impressed by the overall design of the unit. I enjoyed the cover opening from the side as I had seen another Epson model we had at the print shop. Also the cover is able to stay in the upright position. I did a test scan of photo of my dogs. The color and quality looked comparable to my old Canon Lide 30.

The problems arose when scanning slides. Scanning slides requires removing the inner reflective cover and placing the black slide/negative holder onto the bed.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Slarty Bartfast on October 1, 2006
To clarify after the previous reviews:

The wires for the USB and power attach on the LONG side, right by the four buttons. Yes, there is a slot that looks like it was intended to hold them, they probably found that there was interference, so YES there is a warning not to use those slots, to let the wires hang.

The Hinge is also on the same long side, so, if you are putting this on a shelf, with the long side on the back wall and the wires hanging down, then you're fine. The buttons will be at the back, perhaps hard to see, but probably not.

If, on the other hand, you're going to put it on the side of your desk, with the SHORT side against the wall, then the wires either will sit on your desk (buttons at the front), or over the side (buttons will be at the back)

So there you go, I just bought this and it works really well, but my old scanner was pathetic and anything that doesn't light on fire at this point is an improvement for me, read the other reviews for functionality.....

Cheers.
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