Epson Perfection V600 High Resolution 6400 x 9600 dpi Scanner Review

Epson Perfection V600 High Resolution 6400 x 9600 dpi Scanner Review

This Japanese electronics company’s creation has grabbed much attention in the market. It has been highly claimed to deliver high quality of images of around 6400 dpi film. It also happens to be a great photo scanner. It has many unique features which shall be further highlighted in this review.

Precision in film scanning coupled with one touch color restoration has been guaranteed by this scanner. It is a versatile machine which can be used anywhere from a office to a studio or even simply at your own home. Photo restoration solution has also been provided by the Epson Perfection scanner and has dominated the market right after its arrival.

It is a flatbed color image scanner and the optical density is that of around 3.4 Dmax. Is can provide color of about 21 msec/line and monochrome is also the same. The speed of the scanner is a prime concern of every purchaser and that is why Epson has focused on the speed of the scanner. The speed is very high and there is an excellent built in transparency adapter. The software is also a great element which is focused on and the Epson Scan possesses an easy Photo Fix technology along with an excellent Epson event manager. Epson copy utility is also a main feature in terms of the software and Adobe Photoshop elements are also present. You must also be well aware of the fact that Windows 8 and Windows 7 are the minimum system requirements of this amazing scanner. It will also work very well on Windows Vista, Windows XP along with Windows XP Professional x64 Edition.

There are some general factors that must also be shed light on. These include the operating temperature and this happens to be 50 to 95 degree F. the operating humidity is also a vital factor and for this scanner it happens to be 10 to 80 percentages. The rated voltage is also a main feature and this ranges from 100 to about 120 V. The frequency also ranges from 50 to 60 Hertz. The power consumption is also an important aspect and at normal mode it consumes around 16.5 watts of power. At ready mode it is also about 5.5 watts along with a 1.6 watts of consumption at the sleep mode.

(as of 11-01-2017 13:10:00 UTC - Details)