Canon CanoScan 9000F MK II Professional Scanner
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Christo, South Africa. 21 May 2015
Great product, works well for scanning 35mm and 120 negatives
Christo, South Africa. 21 April 2015
Great product, works well for scanning negatives.
Jill, South Africa. 23 April 2015
I was looking for a good quality scanner to scan film negatives, slides, etc. The reviews of the 9000F were very good, so I made the purchase.
I'm now in love. The quality of scans is like nothing I've seen before. The speed of the scanner is simply amazing. It has a lot of nice features I haven't used yet but for me the feature I use the most is the Auto Scan button. It scans, crops and saves in a second. It's cut down my work by a great deal, so I'm very happy.
Dean, South Africa. 10 May 2017
The optical quality on this scanner is well-worth the money, and the film and transparency scan options produce scans better than I thought.
The reason for the lost star are a few things that Canon need to sort out:
1. The "proper" ScanGear software is not available for download and you have to use the provided CD. That's a big problem if you no longer have a CD drive handy, so make a copy of the installs and save it somewhere
2. The interfaces feel 10 years old - I know Canon is not a software company by trade, but they really could use some tune-ups on interface design.
3. The auto-correct options can be a bit harsh. Recognise that you're going to need to pair this scanner with time and software to maximise the results.
4. When doing manual scanning, the images are not immediately available in your scan session - you have to end the session and then it makes them all available.
5. I had to Google how to get large scans to work properly - change and fiddle here and there.
That said, its fast for what it does and value for money. Note that multi-page documents will require lots of lid-lifting, and high-res photo scans are slow but accurate.