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Epson Perfection V800 Photo scanner
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- Precise color and detail - get extraordinary scans with 6400 dpi resolution
- Remarkable tonal range - 4.0 Dmax for smooth gradations & fine shadow detail
- Exclusive Dual Lens System - selects from 2 lenses for optimum results
- Operating Systems: Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition and Mac OS X 10.6.x, 10.7.x, 10.8.x, 10.10.x
- Refer to the PDF attached below in Technical Specification for User Manual.
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What's in the Box
- Epson Perfection V800 Photo color scanner
- 8 inch x 10 inch Transparency Unit (built into lid), Four film holders: 35 mm slides, 35 mm film strips, medium format 6 x 20cm and 4 inch x 5 inch, Film Area Guide
- Scanner Software installation CD-ROM, LaserSoft Imaging SilverFast SE
- Setup poster, Hi-Speed USB 2.0 cable, AC adapter and power cord
The color scanner for precise film and photo reproductions.
Capture precise detail with the Epson Perfection V800 Series, giving you professional-quality scans to digitally archive slides or film. 6400 dpi, a 4.0 Dmax, and dual-lens scanning ensure extraordinary results.
- Remarkable tonal range and shadow detail — 4.0 Dmax for smooth gradations and fine shadow detail
- Automatically remove dust and scratches — Digital ICE Technologies remove many surface defects from film and prints to minimize costly retouching
- ReadyScan LED light source — for fast scans with no warmup time require
Film holders included
Sturdy film holders feature height-adjustable levels and accommodate twelve 35mm mounted slides, three 35mm film strips (up to 18 frames), one medium-format strip (up to 6 x 20 cm) and one 4 inch x 5 inch frame.
Powerful software included
Use the included LaserSoft Imaging SilverFast SE software to control highlights and shadows, gradations, selective and global color, sharpening, descreening and scaling. Restore faded color photos to their original brilliance with Easy Photo Fix scanning technology from Epson. Scan your photos and renew color with just one click. Easy Photo Fix also includes Backlight Correction and Digital Dust Removal.
Dual Lens System
The Epson Dual Lens System consists of a high-resolution lens capable of 4800 x 9600 dpi, plus a super resolution lens capable of 6400 x 9600 dpi. With this remarkable system, the scanner automatically places the optimum lens in the optical path, depending on the media being scanned and the selected resolution.
Optional fluid mount tray (not included)
Wet mount scanning offers a number of advantages:
· Cuts down on light that is refracted through the film strip
· Keeps the film strip flat for optimum focus
· Fills in scratches on black-and-white film
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The color scanner for precise film and photo reproductions. Precise scans of slides and film with 6400 dpi, a 4.0 Dmax, dual-lens scanning, an LED array and Digital ICE. Film holders included.
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Still liking this scanner. no issues.
one small thing to note...on the slide holder there are 4 little height adjustments in the corners.
Since you can't focus this scanner, those are there for that purpose.
it actually does make a little bit of a difference to adjust those.
not much, but some. I didn't think it was doing anything, but after scanning the same photo on each of the height settings I was able to see as I clicked through them that one setting was getting a slightly clearer image.
so...I'd check that out for the best possible result.
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I got this to scan all the family photographs and slides from WAY back. First I got the Canon 9000 but returned it when I noticed a red fuzzy line that went through all the photos that were scanned on the left side of the scanner bed. Someone else had the same problem so I just figured I'd spend the extra money and get the Epson since I only want to do this project ONCE. Also, the interface software with the Canon seemed kind of clunky.
At this point....I am about 1600 photos and slides into the project with the V800 (lots more to go) and so far I really like this scanner. NO problems yet.....basically zero warm up time, lots of options for cleaning up the photos as it scans them if you want. I have not used much of that. I prefer to adjust the color and levels myself. However, when I did let it do some of that automatically, the results were totally acceptable.
Some people say the slide holder seems flimsy but I have put hundreds of slides in and out of it and it's holding up great. I can see that maybe if you were a little too quick pulling the slides out at too great an angle, the little "tines" that hold the slides in COULD conceivably break off. But I don't feel like it's going to break with "normal" use. I only had one issue when I was loading the software initially. For some reason it would not load up the link to the online manual. It's the last thing to load on install....and it just would not do it. So I just had it skip that step and then everything worked fine. Time-wise....It's about a minute per slide (at 4800 dpi no "ICE" or clean up) And roughly the same for photos at 1200 dpi (no ICE etc)
For slides, you put 12 in the holder and it does a quick preview scan, shows them all in a column and then lets you go through each one to flip or rotate or apply any one of a number of processes on each one individually. Seemed pretty handy.
One other thing....it only seems to want to go up to 999 scans in one folder. From there I had to put a different "prefix" on the names so that it would save the file in the same folder as all the other ones without writing over something. I can't remember if it DID write over something or just not save the file out since there was a naming conflict....but something weird happened when it came back around after 999 and I had to put a different prefix on the naming to continue. There are more features on this thing that I have not even touched yet. But so far (1600 photos and slides in) I really like it. Seems faithful to the photo colors too.