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Epson Perfection Scanner Reno NV

The Epson Perfection V750-M Pro shares most of its traits with the Epson Perfection V700 Photo. Both claim an optical resolution of 6,400 pixels per inch (ppi); both deliver among the best-quality scans I've ever seen; and both cost enough to be of interest only to serious photographers, particularly those with a large library of negatives and slides to digitize.

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Epson Perfection Scanner

Epson Perfection V750-M Pro Scanner Review

Reader Score: 6.96 (out of 10)
Review: "The Epson Perfection V750-M Pro ($799.99 direct) shares most of its traits with the Epson Perfection V700 Photo. Both claim an optical resolution of 6,400 pixels per inch (ppi); both deliver among the best-quality scans I've ever seen; and both cost enough to be of interest only to serious photographers, particularly those with a large library of negatives and slides to digitize. But where the target market for the V700 is the serious amateur photographer, the V750-M goes one step further, aiming at both serious amateurs and professionals.

The V750-M lived up to its promise scanning our standard set of 35mm slides. At both our standard 2,400-ppi scan and the maximum 6,400 ppi, it not only resolved appropriate detail for the resolution, but did a visibly better job than the V700. It also did well on dynamic range, the ability to retain all the steps in shading from white to black...." ...

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