Epson Perfection 3200 PHOTO Flatbed Scanner Reviews
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Epson Perfection 3200 PHOTO Flatbed Scanner

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  • A good value for diverse formats

    May 23, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Accommodates various image formats
    Cons: Requires frequent post-scanning processing

    Summary: After 8 years of putting my Hewlett-Packard ScanJet 4c to hard work, it finally gave up the ghost a week ago, and I knew I had to replace it. This would not be easy, because I have peculiar image scanning needs. In particular, I scan copies of my ... read more

  • Top Quality Pro Scanner for Acceptable Price

    Jan 23, 2004 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Outrageous optical resolution, complete set of transparency masks, USB 2.0 and FireWire interfaces
    Cons: Unit is on "being discontinued" stage at Epson

    Summary: At just about three hundred dollars (including $100 rebate), Epson's Perfection 3200 Photo is probably a bit high-end for many consumers. After all, you can purchase a basic scanner for as little as 15 percent of that amount. The only problem with this ... read more

  • Some Functions Not OS X compatible

    Jan 16, 2004 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: fast, good quality scans
    Cons: Not completely OS X compatible

    Summary: Epson just does not go out of their way for Macs. I wanted this unit because it is highly rated on quality--good enough for professional use--and the cheapest unit you can find that uses firewire--lots faster than USB 1.0, the only USB available for the ... read more

  • The Epson 3200 - Great Value Within Its' Limitations

    Jan 13, 2004 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Built well,Silverfast software better than the Epson,great value, results, and quality for the money
    Cons: Poor documentation,120 film holder poorly designed,long distance charges apply for help

    Summary: The Epson 3200 scanner is a great scanner for the cost provided you know the limitations. It has a D-Max of 3.4, compared with the Nikon 9000 (dedicated film scanner with a D-Max claimed at 4.8 and the very expensive Imacon Flextight III with a D-Max ... read more

  • A Lot of Bang for the Buck

    May 18, 2003 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Great value considering the price and versatility (ability to scan so many film formats)
    Cons: 35mm scanning is only "OK" but certainly acceptable with decent scanning skills

    Summary: No single scanner can do all formats of scanning really, really well. Compromises have to be made. With that said, the 3200 does a very good job with flatbed scanning, medium format and large format film. It even does an acceptable job with 35mm for ... read more

  • Express Customer Reviews

  • Great Scanner -- But

    Sep 14, 2004 by
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    Pros: Excellent scanning. Reasonably fast
    Cons: Completely inadequate documentation

    Summary: The scanner comes without documentation. The only manual is on-line and not simple to use while learning to scan. Emailed Epson and they replied they do not provide manuals for ecological purposes -- right! This is a really fine piece of equipment but ... read more

  • A very functional scanner. Its simplicity and its ease of use being the major point

    Nov 22, 2003 by
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    Pros: Ease of installation and simplicity of use.
    Cons: Epson Smart Panel the software that comes with the scanner could stand a little simplification.

    Summary: I would assign a 5 star rating, but I have nothing to compare it to, this is my first scanner! I purchased this scanner with the objective in mind to scan all my 35mm slides (some over fifty years old), as well as all our photographs into my system ... read more

  • Itís great! I am using...

    Mar 31, 2003 by
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    Summary: Itís great! I am using Mac OS X.2, with the Firewire connection. Installation was seamless. Scanning ... read more

  • Bang for the buck? You...

    Mar 30, 2003 by
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    Summary: Bang for the buck? You can't beat this little devil. Scans not as good as on my Nikon 4000. (but ... read more

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