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Epson Perfection® 1260 Flatbed Scanner

Epson Perfection® 1260 Flatbed Scanner
alaAverage 3.9

7 reviews

Jul, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites.

Review analysis

(Based on 7 reviews)

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Good choice for the money

 

Very good price ; quality output

Nothing negative for the price

Consumer review by:

I LOVE My Scanner!

 

Great Price. Great Output. Easy to Use. Lightweight.

ummm, none that I can think of.

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Great for a beginner's digital darkroom.

 

My wife recently became interested in photography and has been taking some adult education courses. She learned how develop and print black & white photographs. Since I don't have a darkroom at home and her time at the school's darkroom is limited,...

Outperforms its class. Powerful software included. Works in many other image editing programs

Slow USB 1.1 interface. Tedious film scanning. Maximum image length is 12 inches.

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Consumer review by:

Rock Solid

 

I looked and looked and picked this scanner on the quality behind the Epson name and they lived up to it!! Packed with features and 1200/2400 dpi is more then enough for the typical home user. The color and SHARP resolution is first class and stunning....

Features, size, front preset buttons, price

A little slow

Consumer review by:

Epson Perfection 1260 PHOTO scanner

 

My first impression of the Epson Perfection 1260 Photo flatbed scanner out of the box were mixed. It came with all required cables, connectors, and accessories, but the unit's design is quite boring. I expected a sleeker peripheral - not a plain...

Affordable flatbed, good scan quality

Extremely slow/buggy software, shoddy advanced user features

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Software needs attention

 

My first impressions of this scanner were awful. The software installation went horribly wrong, and crashed in several places. It turned out I needed to disable Norton Antivirus, but it still kept coming up with about 15 error messages during the...

Good quality output, easy to use

This scanner is so slow, and the software is slow and buggy

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Typical Epson, sort of

 

I recently purchased an Epson 1260 Perfection scanner, with film attachment, to replace a Canon 1260U that died. Actually, I also had a Nikon Coolscan II Film scanner that cost about $1200 maybe 5 years ago, to give you an idea of how much I want my...

Cheap, decent flat bed

Slide/Film scanning is pretty bad to useless

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