|Item Weight||14.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20 x 6 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||B11B178061|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||B11B178061|
|National Stock Number||7025-01-576-1905|
Epson B11B178061 Perfection V750-M Pro Photo Scanner
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- Groundbreaking 6400 optical resolution.
- 4.0 Dmax for fine shadow detail plus remarkable tonal range
- Digital ICE to automatically removal dust and surface defects from prints
- High-pass optics for maximum image quality
- Fluid mount accessory for scratch removal and grain reduction from black and white film.
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Enjoy unparalleled performance when scanning negatives, slides or prints, with the Epson Perfection V750-M Pro, the first flatbed scanner with groundbreaking 6400 DPI resolution and unique fluid mount capabilities for photo studio applications.
From the Manufacturer
Enjoy unparalleled performance when scanning negatives, slides or prints, with the Epson Perfection V750–M Pro, the first flatbed scanner with groundbreaking 6,400 dpi resolution and unique fluid mount capabilities for photo studio applications. With a 4.0 Dmax optical resolution, it offers exceptional image quality, excellent detail in shadow areas and remarkable tonal range. 48–bit color and 16–bit grayscale provide subtle shades and accurate color reproduction for everything from professional slides to simple business documents.
Enjoy groundbreaking 6400 dpi optical resolution
6400 x 9600 dpi resolution for film enlargements up to 17" x 22"
An enhanced optical system (High-Pass Optics) consisting of anti-reflective lens coatings and a high–reflection mirror provides the highest level of image quality and helps you achieve faster scans. In addition, the dual lens system from Epson optimizes each scan, automatically selecting from two lenses for the desired scan resolution.
One–stop photo restoration solution
The V750–M Pro also offers a host of powerful tools for photo restoration. Digital ICE
Restore faded color photos, slides and negatives, back to their original brilliance with Easy Photo Fix scanning technology, exclusively from Epson. Take those old family photos out of that shoebox in the closet and share precious moments once again. Just scan your photos renew the color with one click. It’s just that easy. In seconds, you’re ready to print and display those memories for all to enjoy. Along with color restoration, Easy Photo Fix also includes Grain Reduction and Backlight Correction.
Wet Mount Film Scanning
The 8" x 10" transparency unit (built into lid) has four film holders: 35mm negatives,
Flexible Options, Comprehensive Software
The Epson Perfection V750 Photo is compatible with both Macintosh and Windows operating systems, and includes FireWire and hi–speed USB 2.0 interfaces.
Its comprehensive software package includes:
- Epson Scan with Easy Photo Fix® technology which lets you scan and restore faded photos
- Epson Copy Utility providing easy copying of documents and photos
- LaserSoft Imaging® SilverFast® Ai 6 (full version) a powerful graphics software gives you control over highlights and shadows, gradations, selective and global color, sharpening, descreening and scaling
- Adobe® Photoshop® Elements so you can process digital images for print, e-mail, or posting on the Web
- ABBYY® FineReader® Sprint Plus OCR Edit scan documents with high-accuracy character recognition and remarkable text handling capability
- MonacoEZcolor™ Ensures color accuracy between your scanner, monitor and printer
Epson also provides a one–year warranty covering parts and service.
- Optimize each scan with the exclusive Dual Lens™ System from Epson™ — Automatically selects from two lenses for desired scan resolution
- Achieve professional quality scans — Delivers unparalleled performance with 6400 dpi optical resolution
- Enjoy remarkable tonal range and greater shadow detail — Provides a 4.0 Dmax for smooth gradations and fine shadow detail
- Maximize image quality and achieve even faster scans with High–Pass Optics — Offers the highest level of image quality with anti–reflective optical coatings and a high–reflection mirror
- Remove dust and scratches from film and many types of surface defects from prints — Includes Digital ICE™ Technologies, so you can automatically remove dust and scratches, minimizing costly retouching
- Effectively remove scratches and reduce grain from black–and–white negatives — Offers fluid mount capabilities – a first in flatbed scanners!
- Batch scan multiple slides, negatives and medium–format film — Makes it easy to achieve greater productivity with convenient film holders
- Do more with your film and photos — Includes professional software titles for added versatility and control
- Dimensions (W x D x H) — 12" x 20" x 6" and Weight 14.5 lb
What the press is saying:
|"The 750 marks Epson’s introduction of an innovative new fluid mount accessory for wet film scanning. This reduces buckling and scratches with larger film sizes – quite an advance for a flatbed scanner …" Steve Baczewski, Photoshop User (Oct/Nov 2006)|
What’s in the Box
- Epson Perfection V750-M Photo scanner – with DIGITAL ICE Technologies
- 8" x 10" transparency unit (built into lid)
- Fluid mount accessory (scanning fluid and supplies not included)
- Four film holders: 35mm negatives, 35mm slides, medium format and 4" x 5"
- 8" x 10" Film Area Guide
- CD–ROM with Epson Scan software and productivity applications
- DVD–ROM with Adobe® Photoshop® Elements
- CD–ROM with LaserSoft Imaging™ SilverFast® Ai 6
- Hi–Speed USB 2.0 cable
- Epson Setup Sheet
- AC adapter and power cable
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My only comments about the scanner is that Amazon ships the scanner by putting a UPS label directly on the box. The first scanner that came by standard UPS looked like it was dropped on one of the corners and was returned. The second scanner was ordered via overnight and arrived with two corners caved inwards and was refused. Finally, I got smart, paid the $3.99 for gift wrapping (blue bag) which meant thatt the wrapped scanner had to go in a larger box with padding. This one arrived without a scratch. Unfortunately, this ordering and returning becomes a problem. I don't understand why Amazon would ship a delicate electro-optical device and expose it to damage in transit.
The scanner itself and the quality of scans appear to be excellent. I had my first scan (from a print) completed in less than an hour after the unit arrived and the output was very good. Going from there to doing real work was a bit more convoluted. Note that I purchased this unit to archive digitally about 70 years of film (my fathers as well as my own - dating back to the 1930's). My review speaks almost entirely to scanning film - color, B&W, transparency, 35mm, 645, 6x6cm, 4x5in, etc.
The scanner physically is a nice size and fits on my desk well (but it is a pretty big desk). It's got reasonable weight and does not seem to slide around. Like almost every piece of equipment built today it is on the flimsy side. In an office setting it should work fine. If you have children or pets around I'd be careful to keep them 10 feet or further from the unit. I will be ordering spare negative carriers - they are really light weight and I expect to wear them out. The UPS cable that comes with the unit is at best undersized. It barely reaches under the desk to the PC - and that with some routing short-cuts. You would think that the connection cable would be about as long as the power cable - but not on this unit. I'm going to need an extension cable.
The software and what seems to pass for documentation cause the most concern on this unit. I'm sure there are some great features buried in the software. Unfortunately the on-line manual is at best cryptic and often just lacking any real information. You do need to set up a LOT of configurations and play with the settings to get what you want. It took me about 3 days to come to a solid decision on how to scan my 120 roll film negatives. 85 test scans on 1 negative to finally compare just what was the best for me and this situation. The documentation with the unit was of no value here at all. Note that scans of a single frame can take from 5 seconds to 10 minutes - depends on the settings. Color save is sometimes useful but must be evaluated frame-by-frame. Ice technology is, in my situation, worthless. It jumped scans at the chosen resolution from 10 minutes per 8-shot carrier up to about 2.5 Hours for the same scan. And the resulting scan had no less dust, but did contain ripple-distortion and excessive pixilation. (I found I had a LOT better results with dust by just using the bulb-blower that I have for my camera.)
The bundled software ranges from good to worthless. The standard Epson Scan package is what I am choosing to use. It recognizes single frames and automatically creates the files. It seems to have the features necessary to scan negatives very well. As previously noted documentation is pretty weak. It is also occasionally just wrong (i.e. AutoExposure - does not work as described).
I did not install Photoshop Elements. I use Photoshop CS6 - and for this level of scanner if you don't already have a full-function photo editing suite then it's too much scanner for your needs.
The package contains SilverFast SE Plus 8. I'm not sure what it's good for. Probably single-scan documents but clearly NOT film. It can't recognize individual frames, barely adjusts, and is just not that useful. The documentation for this - both on-line and the booklet (which happen to be the same thing) mostly cover "it's best to use the automation". I thought the Epson documentation was week. This is pretty close to non-existent. The license also claims to disavow international trade treaties and require conflict resolution in Germany. My home state voids this so I didn't really care - but it's a pretty bad license agreement.
There is a package called i1Scanner that contains the equipment to make a profile for the scanner. I did not install it. The license required me to agree to excessively intrusive practices like allow physical inspection in my home, allow them to install what I think of as spyware, and other restrictions. The scans look just fine without the "tuning" this might provide. If you really need a custom profile then you probably should step up to a $10K drum-scanner or something of that quality.
The Epson software, drivers (for Windows 7 64bit) were just plug in and go.
Scan times can be excessive, but with experimentation I found that they are reasonable - under 15 minutes for each set of 8 frames of 645 negatives in the holder - when all the correct adjustments are made. File size can get nuts. I settled on a 435M file that will reproduce nicely at 18x12 inches. Higher dpi can easily push the file above 4GIG! per frame. Low dpi is pretty worthless for archiving. I noticed that under 1200 dpi and even 4x6 prints are excessively grainy.
On a 0 to 10 scale I'd give the hardware itself about an 8 (beefing up the hinges, some metal in the critical path, stronger negative carriers would be needed to move to 10). The scanner operation is a solid 9, maybe even a 9.5 (real documentation that made the functions obvious would finish that off). Documentation is around a 3 - it would take a lot of effort to make it worse. Bundled software about a 3.
I'd easily recommend this to anyone doing high-end amateur or most professional work with film. As a flatbed document scanner it's way over-kill. For casual home-user it's a LOT of scanner. Looking at the cost of drum-scans or photo-store scans this is a fantastic way to take old (and new) film stock over to digital. Overall I'm glad that I got this unit.
I have only done one print so far but it is black and white and vintage 1965. Spectacular. I used twain to place it into Adobe Photoshop and it came out spectacular. Still experimenting without using the software provided, as yet. I am a retired Pro Photog. and I love this scanner. So sharp and clear and the contrast is on the money. Very Pleased. GEP
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