Taking advantage of extra time indoors, thought I'd resurrect my Epson V700 and scan some Kodakchrome slides. I've used the same settings in the software (VueScan64) as successfully used a couple of years ago, but the results are now disappointing to say the least, not being as bright as I think it should be, plus a dark band across the top of the scan. The original slides are in good condition with no discolouration. Any thoughts?
It's a long time since I played with Vuescan and my V800 comes with Epson software and 'Silverfast' Do you have any way of showing a result here? OR I'll PM you with my email address and you can email me one
Post by ianmmacdonald on Sept 22, 2020 19:06:56 GMT
My Epson V600, which has always been on-and-off when it comes to scanning larger format 120, 220, 616 negatives, has gone over the edge since it was teamed up with a new iMac with 62 bit O.S.15 Catalina and the Epson Scan 2 software. Doesn't recognize borders for some negs, cuts off dark areas and chopped up 616 negs into several pieces although I fixed the last item. It's time for a new scanner, what to do.
Should I be looking at the now rather old V700 which has more than a few bad reviews or the surely overpriced V850, has anyone experience using either of those with Mac O.S15 and Scan 2? There is a V750, too, how about that?