Epson Perfection V600, Flatbed 8.5x11.7" Photo Scanner, 6400x9600dpi for Outstanding Resolution, 48 bit, USB 2.0 for Mac & Windows

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About Epson V600

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The Epson Perfection V600 Photo Scanner features 6400 x 9600 dpi optical resolution for extraordinary 17" x 22" enlargements from film; TPU for slides, negatives and medium-format panoramic film up to 6 x 22 cm; scan photos, film, everyday documents and 3D objects. Bring faded color photos back to life effortlessly with Epson Easy Photo Fix.

DIGITAL ICE for Prints removes the appearance of tears and creases from damaged photos; DIGITAL ICE for Film removes the appearance of dust and scratches from film. It also features Optical Character Recognition (OCR) to easily convert scanned documents into editable text; four customizable buttons to instantly scan, copy, scan-to-email and create PDFs.

Exclusive ReadyScan LED Technology enables fast scanning with no warmup time; contains no mercury and consumes less power.

The Epson V600 is commonly used for Large format film, Photos and graphics and more.The Epson V600 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual user, Frequent user among others.The Epson V600 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Epson V600: Accurate color, Easy to set up, Excellent software, Good bit depth, Good resolution and Widely compatible

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Easy to set up (34),Good resolution (30),Accurate color (28),Good bit depth (22),Excellent software (20),Widely compatible (12),Works on network (3)
Cons:
Slow (5),Poor software (4)
Best Uses:
Photos and graphics (27),Large format film (10)
Reviewer Profile:
Frequent user (27),Casual user (8),Great graphics (3)

Epson V600 Features

  • Create extraordinary enlargements from film - 6400 x 9600 dpi for enlargements up to 17" x 22"
  • Scan slides, negatives and medium-format panoramic film - built-in Transparency Unit
  • Remove the appearance of tears and creases from damaged photos - DIGITAL ICE for Prints
  • Remove the appearance of dust and scratches from film - DIGITAL ICE for Film
  • Restore faded color photos with one touch - Epson Easy Photo Fix included
  • Achieve greater productivity - convert scanned documents into editable text with ABBYY FineReader Sprint Plus OCR
  • Quickly complete any task - instantly scan, copy, scan-to-email and create PDFs with four customizable buttons
  • Energy-efficient LED for fast scans - exclusive ReadyScan LED light source means no warmup time, faster scans and lower power consumption
  • Built-in TPU - scan 35mm slides, negatives and medium-format panoramic film
  • DIGITAL ICE technologies for prints and film
  • Designed to be recycled
  • ENERGY STAR qualified
  • Mercury-free LED light source
  • LED light source - lower energy consumption than a fluorescent lamp

Epson V600 Specifications

Scanner Type
Flatbed color image scanner
Photoelectric Device
Epson MatrixCCD 12-line, color sensor
Optical Resolution
6400 dpi (max)
Hardware Resolution
6400 x 9600 dpi
Maximum Resolution
12,800 x 12,800 dpi (interpolated)
Effective Pixels
54,400 x 74,880 (6400 dpi)
Color Hardware Bit Depth
48-bit internal/external
Grayscale Hardware Bit Depth
16-bit internal/external
Optical Density
3.4 Dmax
Transparency Unit
35mm Transparency Adapter
12 negatives/4 slides
Medium-format film (up to 6 x 22 cm)
Buttons
4 customizable buttons: Scan, Copy, E-mail and PDF
Maximum Read Area
8.5" x 11.7", TPU 2.7" x 9.5"
Light Source
ReadyScan LED technology
Interface
Hi-Speed USB 2.0
Scanning Speed
6400 dpi High-speed Mode Monochrome: 21.00 msec/line
Full color: 21.00 msec/line
Reliability
MCBF - 30,000 cycles
Temperature
Operating 10 °C to 35 °C (50 °F to 95 °F)
Humidity
Operating 10 - 80% (no condensation)
Voltage
AC 100 - 120 V
Frequency
50 - 60 Hz
Power consumption
16.5 W
Power consumption Ready mode
5.5 W
Power consumption Sleep mode
1.6 W
Power consumption Off mode
0.4 W
Windows Requirements
IBM compatible PC with Pentium II 450 MHz or higher processor
USB 2.0/1.1:
Windows 7/Windows Vista - 1 GHz CPU, 1GB RAM, 90MB HDD
Windows XP Professional x64, XP Home, XP Professional, 2000 Professional - 800 MHz CPU, 512MB RAM, 90MB HDD
DIGITAL ICE:
Windows 7/Windows Vista - 1 GHz CPU, 1GB RAM, 1GB HDD
Windows XP Professional x64, XP Home, XP Professional, 2000 Professional - 800 MHz CPU, 512MB RAM, 1GB HDD
Macintosh Requirements
PowerPC G3 400 MHz or Intel-based CPU
USB 2.0/1.1:
Mac OS X 10.3.9 or 10.4.x - PowerPC G3 600 MHz/Intel 1 GHz CPU, 256MB RAM, 100MB HDD
Mac OS 10.5.x or later - PowerPC G4 867 MHz/Intel 1 GHz CPU, 512MB RAM, 100MB HDD
DIGITAL ICE:
Mac OS X 10.3.9 or 10.4.x - PowerPC G3 600 MHz/ Intel 1 GHz CPU, 512MB RAM, 1GB HDD
Mac OS 10.5.x or later - PowerPC G4 867 MHz/Intel 1 GHz CPU, 512MB RAM, 1GB HDD
Software
Epson Scan with Epson Easy Photo Fix technology
Epson Event Manager
Epson Copy Utility
ABBYY FineReader Sprint Plus OCR
Dimensions
11" x 19" x 4.6" (280 x 485 x 118 mm) W x D x H
Weight
9.0 lb (4.1 kg)
Warranty
Epson 1 year limited warranty

Epson V600 Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
4.4

(based on 568 reviews)

93%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (358)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (140)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (36)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (10)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (24)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

V600 Photo Scanner Comments

I have been using my scanner for about a month and totally enjoy it. It produces the excellent results that it has stated in brochures. I would recommend this unit to anyone that wants to transfer slides or negatives into digital pictures.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

I'm using this scanner ...

I'm using this scanner for home photos and although the quality is good, it's much too slow as I can only scan one photo at a time. I have tooooo many to scan and it's taking forever.

Reviewed by 568 customers

 
5.0

Great!!

By

from Amsterdam,OH

It worked better than I hope. I have always had great results with Epson scanner. I would give a 5 star rating,

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Better than I thought it would be

By

from Northern Nevada

I previously used an Epson Perfection 2450 scanner. Although the V600 and the 2450 are flatbed scanners, they do a reasonable job with film, the V600 definitely better. I recently scanned a 35mm Tri-X B&W negative at 4800 ppi (16-bit) and enlarged it to 11x17 on my Epson R2000 printer. The result was remarkably good. I just wish the V600 accepted 4x5 film, like the 2450 did.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A lot of scanner for the money!

By

from Olympia, Washington

I have scanned nearly 8,000 35mm slides and negatives with the V600 scanner. I have found it to be easy to use; I use it almost exclusively in full automatic mode. At 600ppi I get a 3600 x 2400 pixel image from a 35mm slide or negative that looks very good on a 22-inch monitor. The only complaint I have is that, after about 7,000 scans, the scanner began to put a narrow black strip on three sides of the scanned image. That doesn't detract from the usefulness of the scan, and I can crop it off with Photoshop if I choose. I have recommended the scanner to a colleague, who is using it in the office with good results. For the money I don't think anyone could expect more. Now, doggone it, I have to come up with metadata for those nearly 3,000 scans!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

works well

By

from Boston, MA

The scanner, works as it should. The scans can be adjusted for resolution, so you can get bigger or smaller files. I bought it for scanning color and bw negatives. For that it works fine, although it is suppose to separate the pictures (in case there are 3/4 pics on a 35mm neg.). Sometimes you have to separate them manually. The photo program that is packaged with the scanner is fine; i thought i might have to use my Adobe Photoshop, but the smaller program does all that i have to do.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Epson V600

By

from Missouri

I have used this scanner for about 4 months. I use the pdf option to copy receipts and other papers for my taxes. I have also scanned slides from the mid 60's to early 70's. The pictures from the slides really came out great.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Epson Perfection V600 Scanner

By

from O'Fallon, IL

I am generally pleased with my scanner and would have rated it at 4 stars instead of 3 except for one extremely annoying feature. When I scan color slides, the scanner will often truncate portions of the slide close to the edge of the cardboard mount, forcing me to do multiple scans and then use ICE to make a new composite image that gives me the full image of the original slide. I don't know why the scanner does this but it is annoying as all get out. When I scan something, I simply want the scanner to scan the entire image that I give it. I can decide later what I might want to crop; I don't need the fool scanner doing this for me automatically.

 
5.0

Absolutely terrific

By

from Easthampton MA

I can't find any fault with this scanner, fast, versatile, lightweight. All the things you expect from Epson products and always get. Absolutely Terrific!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great scanner!

By

from Minneapolis, MN

I have many photos and negatives from my film camera days and was excited to work with the photos and negatives using Photoshop. The Epson V600 works great at scanning them and getting them into my computer.

 
5.0

Works Great

By

from Riverside CA  -  Casual User

I'm using this scanner mostly to scan medium format film. It's very easy to setup and use. I think it's a very good value at this price point.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Epsom V600 Scanner - Does not work

By

from Undisclosed

Unloaded it, connected it and it DOES NOT start. Surely they test these before they leave the factory!!

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
RAUL H  Best scanner I ever have. Great for scanning 35 mm negatives and transparencies. Easy to use and a top performer.
Shopper  Hello, is this scanner good to scan 120 mm film?
SEAN T  Yes you can scan 120 film on it. We have one at work and my father in law bought one on my recommendation and has been thrilled. It does a good job on 35mm slides too, plus, it's a flatbed scanner, so it can scan both pix and docs. Longer answer: I have the more expensive v700 at home, and love it, but both models have a few quirks. I think the 120 film holders are kind of fidgety and can be a little annoying, especially when you're scanning a lot of images. The v600 is limited to 4 frames of 6x6 or a single longer piece of 120, and the thumbnail detect/auto scan doesn't always seem to work perfectly, so you should expect to be fairly attentive and involved - it's not really a hit the button and walk away kind of process. The holders don't achieve perfect film flatness, so if you end up with an image that's just a little soft looking, sometimes you're unsure if it's a film flatness issue (to be fair, this is pretty nit picky). That said, despite these small annoyances, I think the V600 is great. The V700 may have higher resolution and dmax, but the truth is, I think most of us would never know the difference, and you should be able to make great prints from the V600 scans. If you're not a high end printing professional, there's no reason to even consider the $1000+ dedicated film scanners. I've also noticed there are some new, inexpensive off-brand dedicated film scanners. To be fair, they might actually be easier to use, since they don't require software. And they definitely have a smaller footprint, making them easier to store if you're not using regularly. But for my money, considering that the V600 will be much more versatile, and considering that the Epsons are durable and have a good track record (we've had ours for several years), I'd stick with the V600. Sorry to go on so long, but I remember when I was shopping for scanners, I appreciated all the guidance I could get. Good luck!
Shopper  will this work with WIN 8 ?
Phong N  yes
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