Epson Perfection v800 Photo Color Scanner Review
|Epson Perfection v800 Photo Color Scanner Review|
The V800 scanner review includes a reflective scan location of 8.5 x 11.7". With the scanner are a set of 4 movie holders - consisting of a 35mm movie holder, 35mm installed slide holder, medium format holder, and a 4 x 5" movie holder - and SilverFast SE 8 software application.
- 35mm strips, 35mm slides, medium format, and 4 x 5" movie holders includes adjustable height control and stiff design for sharp focus and perfect image quality.
- Scan approximately 8 x 10" movie and non-standard formats by positioning it straight on the scanner glass.
- Output resolution approximately 12800 dpi.
- When making use of movie holders, dual lens system instantly chooses a 4800 dpi optical resolution lens for reflective photo scanning or a 6400 dpi lens.
- Epson Scan, Epson Copy Utility, Epson Event Manager, and Silver Fast SE 8 software application consisted.
- Scans color A4 in as quick as 12 seconds
- Scan 35mm unfavorable at 4800 dpi in 67 seconds
- TWAIN certified
Scan quality is outstanding at both 2,400 ppi scan resolution and the optimum optical resolution of 6,400 ppi. The real resolution-- suggesting the capability to solve information-- in all cases was proper for the setting, and the vibrant variety (the capability to identify information based upon shading over the complete variety from white to black) is outstanding.
Epson Perfection v800 ReviewAmong our conventional test slides with a dark timberline versus a light sky-- supplies an especially requiring test for vibrant variety. The V800 did an extremely excellent task with that slide, maintaining information in both the light and dark locations. It provided one of the first-rate scans I've ever seen of a color unfavorable of a daddy strolling a bride-to-be down the aisle at a wedding event, recording everything from the black-on-black tones of the daddy's tuxedo to the white-on-white information of the bridal dress.
Any scanner that can manage movie well has much more resolution and vibrant variety than it requires for photographic prints, so it's not a surprise that the Epson Perfection v800 Photo Color Scanner Review did an exceptional task with prints. Beyond that, Digital ICE acted as anticipated, digitally eliminating dust on both prints and movie scans, and doing its typical excellent task of eliminating scratches from scanned prints.
Scanning one frame of movie took 39 seconds at 2400ppi, basically matching the time it took for one slide. Utilizing Digital ICE enhanced the time for a 2,400 ppi scan of one frame of movie to 2:51.
If you do not have to scan movie bigger than 35mm and do not have to scan prints, you may wish to think about the Plustek OpticFilm 8200i Ai, which is a devoted movie scanner for 35mm negatives and slides. It costs less than the V800, however in addition to being restricted to 35mm, it scans just one slide or frame at a time.
If price isn't really a problem, you need to likewise have a look at the Epson Perfection V850 Pro, which provides a rather higher-quality optical system than the Epson Perfection v800 and features color-calibration software application. The exceptionally little enhancement in scan quality for the extra expense is well past the point of lessening returns. For many significant amateur professional photographers, as well as lots of specialists, the V800 provides remarkably top quality scans with a mix of price and functions that make it both the ideal fit and our Editors' Choice.
The Scanner resolution along with a 48-bit color depth make sure great information will be recorded and colors will be properly replicated. The V800 Scanner Review showcases a openness device for scanning movie. For scanning slides, I timed it at approximately 55 seconds for a preview scan, 38 seconds for scanning one slide at 2,400 ppi, 2 minutes 28 2nd for scanning 4 slides at 2,400 ppi, and 1:25 for scanning one slide at 6,400 ppi. Scanning one frame of movie took 39 seconds at 2400ppi, basically matching the time it took for one slide. Utilizing Digital ICE enhanced the time for a 2,400 ppi scan of one frame of movie to 2:51.