Epson Perfection V700 Photo Scanner

Epson Perfection V700 Photo Scanner

4 Ratings | 1 Review


Get professional quality results from virtually any photographic original with the Epson Perfection V700 Photo scanner. With ground breaking 6400 dpi resolution, this powerful scanner consistently...More

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Get professional quality results from virtually any photographic original with the Epson Perfection V700 Photo scanner. With ground breaking 6400 dpi resolution, this powerful scanner consistently delivers precision color and detail, whether scanning slides, negatives or medium format film.The Epson Perfection V700 Photo goes one step further. With its Dual Lens System, this innovative product automatically selects from two lenses for the desired scan resolution. Plus, with Digital ICE Technologies, you can easily remove dust and scratches from film, and many types of surface defects from prints, minimizing costly retouching. And, with the convenient film holders included, you can even batch scan multiple slides and negatives to increase productivity.


Quick Glance
Scanner TypeFlatbed Scanner
Interface Connection1 x USB 2.0 USB, 1 x FireWire
Max Vertical Scan Size11.7 in
Scan Depth48 bit Color / 16 bit Grayscale
Green ComplianceYes
Media Handling
Max Horizontal Scan Size8.5 in
Scanner Performance
Scan Resolution6400 x 9600 dpi Hardware / 12800 x 12800 dpi Interpolated
Scanning Speed12.3 ms/line
External Scan Depth281.5 Trillion Colors (48-bit), 65,536 Gray Shades (16-bit)
Max Scan Resolution12800 x 12800
Optical Scan Resolution4800 x 9600
Operating SystemPC, Mac
Included DevicesYes Integrated Transparency Adapter
Height6 in
Dimensions6" Height x 12" Width x 20" Depth
Weight14.50 lbs
Width12 in
Depth20 in
Warranty Information1 Year Limited
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Additional Specifications
Product LinePerfection
Interpolated Resolution12800 x 12800 dpi
Scan ColorColor
Product ModelV700
Software IncludedEpson Copy UtilityAdobe Photoshop ElementsLaserSoft Imaging SilverFast SE 6*ABBYY FineReader Sprint Plus OCREpson Scan with Epson Easy Photo Fix Technology*Epson Scan and LaserSoft Imaging SilverFast SE 6 will run on Windows XP x64 Edition
Brand NameEpson
Hardware Resolution6400 x 9600 dpi
Media Size8.50" x 11.70", 8" x 10"
Paper Handling SupportCoated Paper, Envelopes, Film, Labels, Paper (Standard Cut Sheet), Photo Paper, Transparencies
Frequency BandReliability: MCBF-100,000 cyclesLight Source: White cold cathode florescent lamp
Local AvailabilityYes
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User Reviews

4 Ratings | 1 Review

4.75 out of 5 stars

  • A High End Semi-Professional Scanner

    By Yahoo! Shopping User  Jun 16, 2007

    ### The V700 and V750 series are designed for high-end users and worth the price if that is your need. I actually purchased the 750 and was very pleased. The scanner will meet your expectations if your are a serious photographer, graphics designer or...such. If you are not, then you can save some money and stop reading here. The scanner comes boxed with 35mm, medium and large format negative adapters, slide adapter as well as a fluid bed adapter. Everything was neatly boxed and arranged for damage free transit. Setup was easy. I chose the firewire connection to increase data throughput. The drivers installed flawlessly, although one place in the install seemed to imply a USB only install. Just keep on going... it will see the firewire connection in the end. While several other software packages come with it, only the Epson Scan utility is needed. Most high end users will not need the other - EZColor for creating and saving ICC profiles; SilverFast scanning interface with enhanced retouching features; and Adobe PS Elements. Most would prefer to scan and retouch within Photoshop. Most would already have a higher level version of Photoshop, such as CS2 or CS3. Otherwise, the PS Elements is a nice addition for a second PC. A couple of features that are worth noting, Epson Scan's ability to "remove dust" or use DigitalICE technology to perform enhanced dusting of a scan. The standard "remove dust" feature works fine for most photos and is much much faster. I used it on batch scans of color slides at 600dpi with no noticable slowdown. However, the DigitalICE feature consumes large amounts of resources and time. It is better for single image scans and those with the latest tech in a PC... suggest dual-core or dual processors if you plan to use it extensively. I have run the scanner through some pretty extensive tesing and scanning of actual work. I believe it to be a wonderful scanner with the quality and features you would expect from all the advertisement and reviews in tech magazines. I would expect it to hold most users for 4-5 years. Read more Less

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Pro Reviews

  • Epson V700 Scanner -- Top of the Line

    The Imaging Resource

    Our experience with the Epson Perfection V700 has been a happy one. It's fast. But it also delivers one of the highest quality captures we've seen in a flatbed. Read more

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