Eight years and still doing a fantastic job
from Baltimore MD on 12/5/2014
The invoice for my Epson printer is dated 11 December 2006 and after thousands of negatives scanned, I am still using it as if it just came out of the box. Most of my negatives are 6x6 and thus a 35mm scanner would not work for me. This scanner easily handles all my negatives and slides and after I scan them, I can print them up to 16x and larger. I routinely edit my scans and copy them into other photographs, something that I could only dream about doing when I took most of the photos. The speed is acceptable. The only issue is that I have not been able to get the scanner to work in Windows 7 with Adobe CS5. This seems to be a driver issue. I used it without problem with WIndows XP or Windows 7and Adobe CS2. I have also used it with Corel PhotoPaint without problem.
from Natick,Ma on 10/10/2014
The V700 is very easy to install on your computer.The photo And negative scanning is easy. I have scanned 35mm to 4by5 Negatives with excellent results.
from IL on 8/7/2014
An excellent machine that has provided a way for me to archive my old photos, slides and negatives.
from Murrells Inlet, SC on 7/9/2014
The scanner works great, of course there is a learning curve with it. For me a slow learner when it comes to electronics I think I did fairly well...it does all I want it to do and quite well... My issues are most likely because I'm not doing something correct...for instance: color photographs always have a yellow tint or streak, I do not know how to get rid of that and the glass on the inside appears to have a film on it ... I think it must go to an authorized repair shop to have it cleaned... anyone's thoughts?
from Los Angeles, CA on 7/8/2014
My V700 never fails. I have owned mine for a number of years and not once have I had a single problem with it. The quality of the scans I get are superb, whether from large format 4x5 film or 35mm, the scanner and Epson's bundled software are versatile enough to handle all my projects. My previous scanner was a Heidleberg Saphir Ultra and it was known at the time to be the "standard". After purchasing and using the V700, I never looked back.