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Epson Perfection V600 Color Photo, Image, Film, Negative & Document Scanner

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  • Create extraordinary enlargements from film: 6400 x 9600 dpi for enlargements up to 17 Inches x 22 Inches. Maximum Scan Area 8.5 x 11.7 inches. TPU 2.7 x 9.5 inches
  • Remove the appearance of dust and scratches from film: Digital ICE for Film
  • Remove the appearance of tears and creases from photos: Digital ICE for prints
  • Restore faded color photos with one touch: Epson easy photo fix included
  • Scan slides, negatives and medium format panoramic film: Built in transparency unit
  • Achieve greater productivity: Energy efficient Ready Scan LED light source means no warm up time, faster scans and lower power consumption
  • Convert scanned documents into editable text: ABBYY FineReader Sprint Plus OCR

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Item Dimensions 19 x 11 x 4.6 inches 11.02 x 19.09 x 4.65 inches 9.9 x 14.4 x 1.5 inches 22.83 x 14.57 x 7.48 inches 19.1 x 11.2 x 4.6 inches 10.7 x 18.9 x 4.4 inches
Item Weight 9.00 lbs 9.04 lbs 3.75 lbs 9.00 lbs 9.60 lbs 10.10 lbs
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Flatbed Optical Resolution
6400 dpi 4800 dpi 4800 dpi 2400 dpi 2400 dpi
Film Optical Resolution
6400 dpi 6400 dpi 2400 dpi
Dmax
3.4 4.0 3.8 3.8
Flatbed Size
8.5" x 11.7" 8.5" x 11.7" 8.5" x 11.7" 12.2" x 17.2" 12.2" x 17.2"
Transparency Unit Size
2.7" x 9.5" 8" x 10" Optional 12" x 16"
Color Restoration
Digital ICE for Prints/Film
Film Holders Included
35 mm and medium-format 35 mm, medium and large-format 35 mm, medium and large-format
Optional Fluid Mount
Connectivity
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Hi-Speed USB 2.0
Windows/macOS Support
TWAIN Support

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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". Featuring Digital ICE for both film and prints, one touch color restoration and ArcSoft PhotoStudio, this scanner provides a complete photo restoration solution. 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. 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. Minimum System Requirements: Windows 8, 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Mac OS X 10.6.x, 10.7.x, 10.8.x, 10.10.x.

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4.0 out of 5 stars It does a good job. But it has very flimsy film holders which break easy. (Updated)
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 17, 2017
Update April 22, 2018, and I lied before. This will instead be my final update on this scanner.

I figured that I would throw in a some more technical information.

A 35 mm color negative scanned at 2400 DPI (Yes, it uses DPI) at 24 bit depth will yield just over a 4 MB size JPG image. Scanned at the same 2400 DPI at a 48 bit depth will yield over a 40 MB size TIF file. The scanner does not support PNG image files.
(Mistake! Some of my jpg files from scans are around 100 MB. And some of my TIF files are around 200 MB. I never went past 3200 dpi when scanning. And some of my files reflect the sizes above, and everything in between.)

Scanning a typical 120 6x7 negative with the ICE technology turned on requires an averaged of 30 minutes to scan each negative. At least I did while using my old Win 7 computer. Naturally, the smaller size 35 mm and smaller negatives and slides took less time. And there is a big difference in the time it takes to scan an image between when the ICE technology is turned on, and when it is turned off.

Turning the ICE technology off allows a scan to be completed in a fraction of the time needed to scan the same image with the ICE technology turned on. While the ICE Technology is not 100% effective, it seriously reduces the amount of post-processing.

Use the software in Pro Mode for your best results.
While the software allows for both automatic and manual color correction, you will find that you often have to do color corrections in post-production.

On the occasional times when the automatic preview does not see the entire image, You can designate the image area manually.
If you are using a Linux computer, your have to manually designate the image area 100% of the time.

This scanner can scan up to 12,800 DPI at a 48 bit depth on color images, and 16 bit depth for grey scale images. (I don't even want to consider the file size at 12,800 DPI.)

Ok. I think I am done with my thoughts on this scanner here.

I think that this V600 is the best film and slide scanner for the money when scanning 120 film or smaller.
If you are scanning prints, then this is also a very good print scanner. But there are many good print scanners out there. It's major benefit concerns scanning film and slides.

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Update April 15, 2018
I think that this will be my final update for this scanner.
I have scanned thousands of my old images, including images from my parents, since I received this scanner. I had this thing running day and night for a long time.
For the price, it is unbeatable. But if price were not an object, then I would have gone for the V850.

Over the winter I have scanned film from 4x5 to 110, including 620, 126, 127, 35 slide and negative, 120/220 film (Various formats), and 4x5 positive and negative film. And there was also a bunch of prints. Some of the film that I scanned this past winter dated back over 100 years.

This scanner scans images up to 12,800 DPI in 8 and 16 bit depth for Grey-scale, and 24 and 48 bit mode for color. A down side is that you are limited on the type of files that you can save. My favorite file format is PNG, and I could NOT save it in this format.

The 120 film and 35 mm scanning anything was the easiest type of film to scan. I ordered in holders for 126, 127, and 110 film. These holders had been 3D printed by 3rd parties. There holders fit inside the 120 mm holder. the software will automatically select the film images. (On using 120 film, you must select the correct image format before scanning for the images to be automatically selected. And on scanning film smaller than 35 mm, you must select the image manually.)
It's a good idea to order in an extra set of film holder.

For 4x5 film, I simply lined it up on the scanning plate and laid it there to be scanned. However, I could have made a template from an old mounting board which would have worked better. The V600 will scan a little more than 75%, or maybe 80 % of a 4x5 film image. Had I used a template to line up the film, then I could have matched up the images and combined them using various post-processing software.
(Note: A template has to leave a notch at one end of the scanning plate. The scanner has an eye there.)

Point, you can cut our a template from an old mount board to scan any film size. But you will need to select the scanning area in the software manually.

My chief complaint was that it is slow! This maybe because I was using an older computer with only 8 GB of memory. Also, the ICE technology really slows the scan down. And using ICE is a serious slow-down....

The ICE technology takes out a lot of the dust and defaults in the film. But there will still be places that need to be corrected. The ICE technology simply makes it easier.

One correction from what I posted earlier. This scanner will work with Linux operating systems. On Linux, it will not make use of the ICE technology. And you also have to select every image manually. This scanner will only work on a Linux operating system when using Xsane scanning software. The Epson Linux print software has to also be installed.

Obviously, you need to keep the scanning plate clean. I used soft nylon gloves, and kept a can of compressed air next to the scanner. I also had one of those film and camera equipment bulb blowers next to the scanner.

This scanner really is the best scanner for the money.... But you will question that if you using Windows and do not have a lot of memory, and you are using the ICE technology on every image....

Just uploaded a flower that I photographed in the early 1970's with 35 mm film. (And I just deleted the image of the mother and baby.)

Update February 14, 2018

The scanner does a reasonably good job. It has an excellent resolution and can reproduce detail from a weak slide or negative where that detail would have been lost in a photographic print from the negative. (I used to print thousands of film prints.)

I've discovered that 4x5 film can also be scanned up to 80 or 90% on the 4 inch side, and full length on the 6 inch side. This is done by simply laying the film on the scanner bed and lining it up in the center.

Among it's failings are that the color and contrast is seldom exact. Epson provides the tools to correct this in it's software, but those tools are difficult to use at best. It's better to scan your image and make the corrections with some other photographic software after it's been scanned. Just make sure that you are not clipping the parts of the image that you want. (It is easy to end up with an image where highlights or shadows were clipped from the image.) Lowering the contrast is a good way to reduce this problem.

A serious fault is the weak slide/negative holders which come with the scanner. They are very flimsy plastic holders. You should order an extra set of these. If you do a lot of scans, then you will probably break 1 or 2 of these film holders very quickly. (I just ordered my 3rd 120 film holder in the past 6 months.)

Additionally, I am adding a photo that I scanned with this scanner of a person with a crossbow in a competition.

Below is my previous thoughts on this scanner.

Update: Sept. 20, 2017
6x7 120 film. There is an issue not mentioned in the scanner manual where I could find it. The default size in the software for 120 film is 6x4.5. To correct this, you need to go into the Epson scanner configuration. Select film and then select 6x7 film size.

I am uploading an scan from a 6x7 negative.

Also, Software thumbnails tend to me darker then the final scan.

Scans will not have the same depth as the original flat art. But they will look better than the originals in some cases.

(Note: The baby in this photo that I scanned and uploaded here would be approaching 40 years old now. It was simply a 120 negative that I ran across.)

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Original review below.

I just got this in yesterday, and scanned roughly 300 slides and negatives. It does a good job of scanning old 35 mm slides and negatives. There is a single holder for the 35 mm slides and negatives. It scans up to 12 negatives or positive film images in strips at a time in the film holder. It scans up to four 35 mm slides at a time. Most of the results were better than the originals. I haven't gotten to the 120/220/620 film holder yet.

Dust and fingerprints are an issue on the scanning plate. Use lint-free gloves or cloth when touching it.

The software does not seem to work on a Linux system under Wine. That being the case, I did not connect it to my Linux computers. It is attached to a Windows 7-64 computer which already had the Epson printer software installed. The software for the scanner seemed to be just an ad-in to the other Epson printer software.

I would have liked to see a 4x5 holder, but they saved that for the more expensive scanners. It's reported that some people are scanning 1/2 of a 4x5 image, and stitching it together. I haven't tried this yet.

The film holders are cheap, and easy to replace.
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