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Epson Perfection® 3200 PHOTO Flatbed Scanner

Epson Perfection® 3200 PHOTO Flatbed Scanner
alaAverage 3.7

9 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews from magazines and websites.

On average, users rate this product 73/100.

Review analysis

(Based on 9 reviews)

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Great Scanner -- But

 

Excellent scanning. Reasonably fast

Completely inadequate documentation

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Top Quality Pro Scanner for Acceptable Price

 

At just about three hundred dollars (including $100 rebate), Epson's Perfection 3200 Photo is probably a bit high-end for many consumers. After all, you can purchase a basic scanner for as little as 15 percent of that amount. The only problem with this...

Outrageous optical resolution, complete set of transparency masks, USB 2.0 and FireWire interfaces

Unit is on "being discontinued" stage at Epson

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Top Quality Pro Scanner for Acceptable Price

 

Outrageous optical resolution, complete set of transparency masks, USB 2.0 and FireWire interfaces

Unit is on "being discontinued" stage at Epson

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Some Functions Not OS X compatible

 

Epson just does not go out of their way for Macs. I wanted this unit because it is highly rated on quality--good enough for professional use--and the cheapest unit you can find that uses firewire--lots faster than USB 1.0, the only USB available for...

fast, good quality scans

Not completely OS X compatible

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The Epson 3200 - Great Value Within Its' Limitations

 

Built well,Silverfast software better than the Epson,great value, results, and quality for the money

Poor documentation,120 film holder poorly designed,long distance charges apply for help

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The Epson 3200 - Great Value Within Its' Limitations

 

The Epson 3200 scanner is a great scanner for the cost provided you know the limitations. It has a D-Max of 3.4, compared with the Nikon 9000 (dedicated film scanner with a D-Max claimed at 4.8 and the very expensive Imacon Flextight III with a D-Max ...

Built well,Silverfast software better than the Epson,great value, results, and quality for the money

Poor documentation,120 film holder poorly designed,long distance charges apply for help

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A good value for diverse formats

 

Accommodates various image formats

Requires frequent post-scanning processing

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A good value for diverse formats

 

After 8 years of putting my Hewlett-Packard ScanJet 4c to hard work, it finally gave up the ghost a week ago, and I knew I had to replace it. This would not be easy, because I have peculiar image scanning needs. In particular, I scan copies of my...

Accommodates various image formats

Requires frequent post-scanning processing

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A Lot of Bang for the Buck

 

No single scanner can do all formats of scanning really, really well. Compromises have to be made. With that said, the 3200 does a very good job with flatbed scanning, medium format and large format film. It even does an acceptable job with 35mm for...

Great value considering the price and versatility (ability to scan so many film formats)

35mm scanning is only "OK" but certainly acceptable with decent scanning skills

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