This Plustek Scanner replaced an old scanner of the same style. It is at least twice as fast, has no issues with the image being off-register and reproduces images reasonably well. For design work it is way under par, but for document scans it’s more than adequate.
Today we would like to talk about a useful image adjustment tip: Image Edge Fill.
Can you tell the difference between these two images?
Easy to use – I use it for scanning pictures and documents, simply drop the photo through and it gets scanned. I scan on 300dpi and it takes about 2 secs to scan each pic – perfect for digitizing all those old family photos.
Do you know what ePhoto Cabinet is?
And how to modify Resolution settings?
For those still curious about the features and functions of our award-winning standalone network scanner, the eScan A150, please have a look at this unboxing video.
It’s a brilliant photo scanner that’s far quicker than a flatbed, at a reasonable price. Does a good job of digitizing all my old photos. Very quick. Really excellent one touch improvement of old wishy-washy faded colour photos.
Microsoft has recently release KB4480970 / KB4480960 patch updates for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 RS2 SP1, which have been causing issues for users and organizations having difficulties scanning documents to their existing network folder via SMB protocol on the respective Windows operating system. The roll out of this update was issue on…