Epson V500 Photo Review at PCMag

November 18, 2007 | Mark Goldstein | Scanners | 1 Comment |

Epson V500 Photo ScannerPCMag have reviewed the Epson V500 Photo, a 6400dpi scanner featuring Epson ReadyScan LED technology for low energy consumption.

“I don’t generally use sports metaphors in reviews, but sometimes there’s no better way to put it. A case in point is the Epson Perfection V500 Photo ($249.99 direct). Epson has knocked one out of the park with this scanner. It offers high-quality scans for both prints and film and features an LED light source that eliminates warm-up time. Like almost any flatbed scanner, the V500 can handle all-purpose scanning, but it’s focused on photos. This makes it most appropriate for anyone (short of a professional photographer) who needs to scan a backlog of prints and film (including slides) to digital format.”

Website: PCMag - Epson V500 Photo Review



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#1 John Swallow

Vista 64 os on one machine and Vista 32 on another. Bad trouble trying to keep both os "recognising" the scanner. Have to reboot the os more than once in a session. The 64bit is a mesh desktop and the 32 bit is a HP laptop. Both machines have loads of memory. Anyone any ideas please Software loaded from Epson CD

5:43 pm - Sunday, September 14, 2008