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Epson Perfection V600 Color Photo, Image, Film, Negative & Document Scanner - Corded
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- Create extraordinary enlargements from film - 6400 x 9600 dpi for enlargements up to 17" x 22"
- Scan slides, negatives and medium-format panoramic film - built-in Transparency Unit
- Remove the appearance of tears and creases from damaged photos - DIGITAL ICE for Prints
- Remove the appearance of dust and scratches from film - DIGITAL ICE for Film
- Restore faded color photos with one touch - Epson Easy Photo Fix included
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Epson Perfection V600 Color Scanner
Photos | Film | Documents
|Exceptional quality and versatility for home, office and studio. — The Epson Perfection V600 Photo delivers outstanding quality scans from photos, film, slides and everyday documents. With 6400 x 9600 dpi resolution, this high performance scanner ensures precision film scanning for sharp, vivid reproductions up to 17" x 22". Use the built-in Transparency Unit to scan slides, negatives and medium-format panoramic film up to 6 x 22 cm. The V600 Photo scans everything from invoices and receipts to photos and 3D objects. Featuring DIGITAL ICE for both film and prints, one-touch color restoration and Arcsoft Photostudio, this scanner provides a complete photo restoration solution. And, with the included Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software, you can easily convert scanned documents into editable text. Use the scanner’s four customizable buttons to instantly scan, copy, scan-to-email and create PDFs. The V600 Photo also features Epson's exclusive ReadyScan LED technology for increased productivity and energy efficiency. The Epson Perfection V600 Photo — quality and versatility at an affordable price.|
What the press is saying:
|Perfection V600 Receives 4 of 5 Stars on MacNN |
“If you need to do a mix of photos and documents, this scanner should perform well for you and last a long time.” — Ilene Hoffman, Editor, MacNN, October 26, 2010
6400 x 9600 dpi for film
Enlargements up to 17” x 22”
Built-in Transparency Unit (TPU)
For slides, negatives and medium-format film
up to 6 x 22 cm
Scan everything you need
Film, photos, documents, invoices, receipts,
books, magazines and 3D objects
Complete photo restoration solution
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|DIGITAL ICE for Prints |
Remove the appearance of tears
and creases from damaged photos
|DIGITAL ICE for Film |
Remove the appearance of dust and
scratches from film
|Easy Photo Fix |
For one-touch color restoration
ReadyScan LED technology
Fast scanning and no warm-up time
Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
For converting scanned documents into editable text
Four customizable buttons
Instantly copy, scan-to-email and create PDF’s
- Perfection V600 Photo color scanner
- Transparency unit (built into lid)
- Film holders for: 35mm film and mounted slides & 6 x 22 cm medium-format film
- Scanner software CD-Rom
- Arcsoft Photostudio DVD
- Start Here poster
- Hi-Speed USB 2.0 cable
- AC adapter and power cable
This powerful line of products offers the versatility you need for extraordinary scans at home or in the office. With innovative Epson technology, it's easy for anyone to achieve remarkable results. Whether you want to scan photos, film, documents or 3D objects, there's a model made for you. Scan reports and receipts, restore faded color photos, or make incredible enlargements from film. It's all possible with an Epson Perfection scanner.
- Designed to be Recycled*
- ENERGY STAR qualified
- Mercury-free LED
- LED light source — lower energy consumption than a fluorescent lamp
* See our website for convenient and reasonable recycling options at www.epson.com/recycle
Epson is a registered trademark, Epson Exceed Your Vision is a registered logomark and Better Products for a Better Future and ReadyScan are trademarks of Seiko Epson Corporation. Easy Photo Fix and Perfection are registered trademarks of Epson America, Inc. All other product and brand names are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Epson disclaims any and all rights in these marks. Copyright 2009 Epson America, Inc. 8/09
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Top Customer Reviews
Then, thinking I'd better try the Epson software before considering returning the scanner, I opened Epson Scan. I went straight to "Professional" mode, checked out all the parameters they allow adjustment to, selected what I wanted, and clicked "Preview." This is scanning two strips of negatives, mind you. When the preview came up, it had all twelve frames boxed in their own boxes, all basically color-corrected and ready for action. You select a check-box to pick which frames you want to scan, and click on each separate frame to diddle with it--like rotate it to the proper orientation, or change the exposure, whatever. Then just hit "Scan" and walk away. When it finishes you have all your selected scans in your "My Pictures" folder or wherever you want them, named whatever you want with "001", "002" and so-on appended to the name. It is easy as pie, and the quality is on par with any scanner I've used so far. Speed? For a 2400 dpi neg scan much less than a minute per scan.
Now some caveats. I'm not running Digital ICE, not doing any kind of sharpening, nothing.Read more ›
First, this unit does a superb job of scanning both slides and film, so that part worked out very well. At first, I scanned at 4800 dpi, but after a bit, realized that 3600 dpi was more than enough resolution for most pictures. People have said that the carrier is flimsy, but it wasn't a problem. Tip -- when scanning a lot of slides, tape the left and bottom sides of the carrier to the scanner chassis (not the glass). You can quickly drop slides into the slots and later remove them, without the carrier shifting.
A lot of people were put off by the Epson software, and suggested Vuescan. I demo'd Vuescan, and wasn't impressed. Why spend a bunch of time modifying the image before the scan, when it is so much easier to make adjustments later in Photoshop 7 (supplied with the scanner)? All I really want to do when scanning is to get a decent version of the image, minimizing clipping, etc., without investing a lot of time. I also like the way Epson auto-cropped the pictures for me.
After some frustration, I hit on method for using the Epson software effectively:
1) Don't use "Unsharp mask" when scanning. Use Photoshop's version later.
2) Select all the pictures and apply "Auto Exposure". This fixes the colors, but does a lot of high and low clipping.
3) The images will now look much more like real pictures, but need a bit of work.
4) Select a pic and zoom it. Select "Histogram Adjustment". See the top graph? Note that the left and right sliders are too far in toward the middle, so information is being clipped.Read more ›
I didn’t know a thing about this until I visited justafax (you can google it). This site really informed me about everything I needed to know to make the right purchase.
Justafax.com compares the scanners side-by-side based on all the factors that should affect your purchasing decision, not just customer review. It's more about the specs: resolutions, speed, OS compatibility, etc. Everyone needs to educate themselves before committing to buying something like a scanner because they are definitely not created equal.... and with justafax.com that task will be much easier, I recommend you check it out to make your decision easier too.
Easy to use
Great results with film, 6x7, 645, and 135 (35mm)
Software is a bit clunky
Digital ICE can do bizarre things
Largest Improvements Over V500:
Can now scan four 645 or three 6x7 negatives at a time (spec is 6x22cm).
Great deal for a flatbed scanner that is designed primarily for film and graphic arts use. I don't think I would upgrade from the V500 unless you scan a lot of medium format film, and even then it might be worth checking to see if the new medium format insert would work in the V500 (I don't know if it would or not). The software is the same as the V500.
One of the large bottlenecks of the V500 is that it will only scan two 645 negatives at a time. Since I usually cut in strips of 3, this is a problem. It means I had to scan each strip twice, once to get two of the images, and a second time to get the third. This means I had to 10 scans to get through a roll of 15 images. The V600 allows me to do this in 5 scans instead of 10. This is a nice time savings.
Sometimes the Digital ICE produces some bizarre artifacts, like halos around sharp edges and in shadows. It also at least doubles or triples the scan time. The somewhat random nature of the results and slow scan times makes me avoid Digital ICE entirely. The dust reduction does help, but do plan on spending 5 or 10 minutes in Lightroom removing dust spots from critical images. Dusting your negatives and keeping them clean will help a lot. Keep an antistatic brush and cotton gloves handy when scanning negatives.
This is a great scanner for film shooters, and will quickly pay for itself over just 10 or 20 rolls of film.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This would get five stars from me if support for the Mac was better. Actually, the Mac app for scanner works super well for photos and negatives, but it's a bear to set up and... Read morePublished 2 days ago by toddbu
This scanner does everything I need. Easy to use, but it was very helpful to go to youtube and watch a video on where to set the settings and how to get the most out of it. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Steven Woodward
I just started using this V600 with the pro setting for photos and it works much better then the HP G3110 that I was using. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Arturo Gasca
Arrived as advertised; initial trial use had proven flawless and as easy as I had anticipated. Set up was fairly simple and it functions as well as expected. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Richard Witt
scanner buttons don't function so you have to use computer software. unable to find any help to get it working as expected.Published 9 days ago by Mr W.