“Plustek ePhoto Z300 is a very capable and quick scanner”, ePHOTOzine Recommended

 

Do you have many paper photos stored in albums, drawers and shoeboxes? I bet you are.

Photos of babies, graduations, weddings, vacations, vintage photos of grandparents and great grandparents, … Every photo holds precious memories of our loved ones and ourselves.  However, they are at risk of being lost or forgotten, if we leave them gathering dust on shelves and garages.

Digitizing photos is the first and most important step to safeguard family memories. It can be a frustrating challenge if we don’t find a good tool to help us digitize these family photo collections in an easy and quick way.

Check out  an open box review by Stephen Waller for an ePHOTOzine Recommended scanner.

Here is a brief excerpt from Stephen’s review for our blog readers:

The process of scanning is considerably simpler when all you have to do is put the source into the slot. It is automatically detected and sucked through in seconds.  …

Scanning times are very quick and aren’t an issue. It is possible to scan through prints or documents and achieve good results quite quickly. …

Plustek ePhoto Z300 Verdict
The Plustek ePhoto Z300 is very capable at scanning prints or documents and a most convenient means of digitising them. It offers another means of archiving receipts for your records. Flatbed scanners with lids may have more resolution but would be over-specified for the job at hand. I would recommend it if you frequently need to convert photos for digital purposes, as this is a tool of convenience which will make for good productivity.

To read the complete review article, please visit ePHOTOzine website.

 

 

 

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