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About this product
- Product InformationEnjoy unparalleled performance when scanning negatives, slides or prints, with the Epson Perfection V750-M Pro, the first flatbed scanner with groundbreaking 6400 DPI resolution and unique fluid mount capabilities for photo studio applications.
- ModelV750-M Pro
- TypeFlatbed Scanner
- Family LineEpson Perfection
- Form FactorDesktop
- Supported Operating SystemsApple MacOS X,Apple MacOS X 10.2,Apple MacOS X 10.4,Microsoft Windows 2000 Pro,Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional,Microsoft Windows 98 SE,Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition,Microsoft Windows ME,Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition,Microsoft Windows XP,Microsoft Windows XP Home,Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition,Microsoft Windows XP Professional
- Color Depth16 Bit
- Film Scanning Capabilities35mm Filmstrip,35mm Slides,Batch Scanning,Color Film,Monochrome Film,Mounted Slides,Negative Film
- Scanning Resolution4800 x 6400 DPI
- ConnectivityFireWire,USB 2.0
- Input TypeColor
- Media Type35 mm Film,35 mm Slides,Film,Negatives,Photos,Slides,Transparencies
- Scanning Element TypeCCD
- Control PanelStart
- Special FeaturesBuilt-in Tranparency Unit,OCR Capability
- Gray Levels16-Bit (64K Gray Levels)
- Media Load TypeManual Load
- Width12 in.
- Depth20 in.
- Height6 in.
- Weight14.5 lb.
Most relevant reviews
- requiem_aeterna...Jan 06, 2012by
Expensive for an Amateur for Great for a Professional. Great Results!!!
This is a great scanner. Great for those enthusiats or professionals whom want to digitalize its slides and negatives films. Of course, if you want to achieve the maximum scanning quality you should purchase the "Mounting Fluid". This scanner is not as sharp as a Nikon or even less a Hasselblad barrel scanner; however, the results are most than satisfactory for a flat-bed scanner and for just a fraction of the cost. This is an expensive scanner for an amateur, but a great option for a professional. Please, note that a Nikon scanner may cost over $7,000 and a Hasselblad $20,000. This Epson scannner round arround 700/800 U.S Dolars. Some aberrations or image artifacts may be solved with a standard Image Edition Software. In resume: I'm very satisfied with this Scanner!
- ficient1Aug 11, 2008by
Right out of the box this scanner is amazing!
Right out of the box the Epson V750 Pro is an amazing scanner. I recently purchased the 750 and have scanned approximately 20 images on a Mac Pro including 120 color negative/ 120 black and white negative/ 120 transparency/ 4x5 color negative/ 35mm transparency. The Silverfast AI software that comes bundled with it is amazing as well. I have tried 3 other scanners in the mid $200 range including another Epson and two HP's and there is absolutely no comparison. The shadow detail with the 750 is amazing, with the other scanners even with serious tweaking I was unable to render much detail in shadows in try after try. In the very first run with the 750 I had all the shadow detail I wanted and the tonal range on the black and white was exactly what I have been looking for. I have not tried out the wet scan feature and if I may not ever need to. The only possible weak link may be the 35mm scanning feature which admittedly I have only scanned one transparency, but this scanner seems to really feed on the medium and large format scans. In my opinion this is an excellent scanner for the dedicated photography enthusiast or pro wanting an economical (relatively) solution to photo shop drum scans. I give this scanner 5 stars *****! Read full review
- newworldventure...Mar 03, 2010by
V750-M Epson Flatbed Scanner
After considerable study on this size Professional Scanner, I decided on the Epson V750M because of their availability on issues and problems via the phone. This Vendor was by far the cheapest and best. Shipment was immediate after payment and communication was great. The two being considered were the Microtec and the Epson. Both had great software included but the deciding factor was all the complaints on Microtec Support. Epson has always been there and readily available via phone.
- kgrhouseFeb 17, 2009by
Scans both photos and slides very well. I have not tried scanning film, but I am told that is also very good. I have Vista and have had no problems.
- area..51Dec 16, 2008by
Epson 750 V Pro Scanner
In just the initial stages of checking out the capabitities, I find that the scanner exceeds my wildest dreams. The unit could come with more detailed instructions , though.