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We have a scan lab at the Maine State Library that includes a range of different technology for digitizing various types of media. The Plustek fills an important niche for us, and I’d strongly recommend it for anyone looking to digitize bound materials. If you want a relatively inexpensive way to get into book scanning and want good results, this is a smart purchase.
Over the last 10 years I have scanned about 2000 old family photos . Very time consuming with a flatbed scanner. I needed something a lot faster to continue my project in finishing digitizing the family photos. The Plustek e-Photo was in my price range. The scans to my eye were right on. You can easily scan 1000 photos in an afternoon. Good machine!
Taiwan Excellence Award, known as the Oscar of the Taiwanese industry, attracts thousands of products to sign up every year. With its innovative and user-centered design, Plustek OpticFilm 120 Pro has won the coveted Taiwan Excellence Award for its outstanding design quality in the competitive Electronics and Communication category!
I bought this scanner because I wanted to digitize over one thousand old family photos. This scanner is just what I needed. It scans each photo in about two seconds and is very easy to learn how to use. It scans to jpg or pdf so it can also be used for documents.
Most of you have already witnessed how simple Plustek eScan is! It takes just a few taps on the touchscreen to complete the scanning job. Today we would like to talk about how to connect the Wi-Fi to your eScan. Without the connection of the ethernet cable, you may use eScan anywhere you’d like.
Scanned over 1000 pictures from recent pictures to 60 year old black and white and very very pleased with the quality. Unit is fast, two seconds a picture and not one picture jammed.
When it comes to scanning a book, I think most people feel it’s a very troublesome task! You need to open and close the cover all the time. Every time the book is placed on the scanner, you need to keep tapping the scan button. After the scan is completed, you have to open the scan image and manually rotate it to display the normal order. Oh, I feel tired when I think of it!
Is it so painful to scan a book?