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  Epson Perfection V700 Photo scanner
Professional 6400dpi scanner

Desktop flatbed scanners are getting better and better at what they do despite the eventual demise of film cameras. While digital cameras have all but replaced film cameras, most people over the age of 20 still have a lot of photographs that were printed on paper or negative/positive film.

In addition to photographs, most scanners can also scan other physical things such as book covers, and paper documents, so the desktop scanner will still have its place. The Epson Perfection V700 PHOTO scanner is designed to give you a leg up when archiving your photographs, slides, and negatives to the digital domain.

Surprisingly, the V700 has some nifty features that were unavailable just a few years ago.The V700 has a lot of things going for it, including 6400dp optical resolution, dual lens system, easy set up and reasonable price. What makes the V700 an awesome archiving scanner is its speed and innovative use of film holders. While not new, film holders have been around since the mid 1990s, the way Epson's scanning software works with the film holders is what sets it apart.

The film holders of the 1990s were just that, they would hold a negative so it scanned straight, and that was it. The scanner would scan the entire negative and it would be up to the user to separate each image individually by cutting and pasting to create new photographs.

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