Epson 3590 Photo Review at PCMagazine

October 4, 2005 | Mark Goldstein | Scanners | 1 Comment | |

Epson 3590 PhotoPCMagazine have reviewed the new Epson 3590 Photo flatbed scanner.

“The Epson Perfection 3590 Photo ($149.99 direct) is aimed primarily at people who want to scan photos, but it isn’t limited to scanning prints. The claimed 3,200-pixel-per-inch (ppi) optical resolution is more than enough to scan 35-mm slides and negatives for printing at 8-by-10 or larger, and the built-in automatic film feeder makes scanning 35-mm negatives easy. Most important, scan quality for film is good enough to be useful, and scan quality for prints is very good.”

Website: PCMagazine - Epson 3590 Photo Review

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#1 max meier

I bought a 4xxx the other day and must say for film scan absolute useless - details are lousy, scans are very flat, is no match to a other scanner I have for film -canon FS4000- since this model 3xxx is for sure similar its just the same with a lower resolution chip even less is probable. on top of it if you ask anyone at epson there is no usable answer.

1:08 pm - Tuesday, October 4, 2005