Scan photos, documents and 35mm film with this 48-bit Canon 9000F Mark II 6218B002 flatbed scanner to create vibrant prints at up to 9600 x 9600 dpi resolution in color. My Image Garden software simplifies organizing your photos.
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Excellent scanning quality at a reasonable price
Posted by: JRColvin from: Louisville, KY on
This is my fourth scanner and it is the best. I bought it for scanning 35mm film negatives and I am very happy with the picture quality.
18 out of 18 found this review helpful.
Easy to set up and easy to use.
Posted by: ArizonaGPSer from: arizona on
We have been needing one of these since our overpriced Nikon negative scanner broke for the second time. Canon scanner got great reviews and it does not disappoint I was not worried about the bad reviews software received as I use Adobe CS5 software. It was easy to set up and is easy to use.
12 out of 12 found this review helpful.
Scannes well, software buggy, Help Info sucks
Posted by: PhotoSheep from: Ohio on
The scanner seems fine. It just took me a while to figure out how to use tiff for output. The help document does not explain which is better tiff or jpeg. Also took me a time to figure out how to scan at 9600 dpi. What I haven't figure is I had to reduce output size from flexible to 25%. So, my question is if it still has 9600 dpi in the saved file. Seems to when I focus in on a picture.
The scanner does well. Mostly I put the film in the holder and no matter where in it, it figures out where each picture is and how it will crop it to the maximum film size. Once, in a while it does not split them right because a big blank space of film is before a picture and it splits it wrong. There is a way to manually do your own cropping. This helped on old instamatic film that did not have a normal 35mm film top used for the camera to move film.
I have not tried pictures, or other items to scan yet.
11 out of 12 found this review helpful.
Great scanner for copying old film and slides
Posted by: Rayhhi from: Hilton Head Island, SC on
An excellent scanner for copying slides and negative color film strips to convert to digital format. Can be used with either Apple or Windows computers. I am copying all my old pictures as a backup for my children and grandchildren.
8 out of 8 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Ozy911 from: San Antonio on
I bought this to scan negatives that i had laying around and found it cheaper to purchase and scan my own rather than send them to a pro. I'm no pro and am learning to fine tune to get great result and worth every dime.
6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Pretty good for the price
Posted by: MrsTig from: Santa Cruz on
I wish there was no bevel on the platen, so i could put larger pieces on the scanning bed without creating shadow. But there's really no comparably priced scanner that has a flush platen.
And, i really don't care about using the Image Garden that comes with the setup. I just want it to open directly into Photoshop. Others might not consider this a problem.
Also, my previous scanner allowed for larger than 600dpi resolution. I miss that.
9 out of 11 found this review helpful.
Good, high quality scanner
Posted by: Gary from: Annapolis MD on
This scanner replaces two scanners, including a negative scanner. The negative scans are as good as the old negative scanner with higher resolution and it is very easy to use. I like this scanner very much.
9 out of 12 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Meechie from: on
I did my reading and bought the Canon 9000F because 1) I like Canon products and 2) It had all the features I wanted for the price. I needed this scanner to scan in my old 8x10 photos and it's doing a great job.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Great! Wish it had holders for 110 and Advantix
Posted by: Perry from: on
This is great! I am scanning 35mm Negatives. It has holders for 35mm negatives, 120mm, and 35mm Slides. The only setback is that we don't have holders for 110 and Advantix film formats, so I had to cut holders out of thick paper with an Exacto Knife. It worked out though.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Easy set up to Mac & high quality scans
Posted by: Barry from: on
Flat bed is large enough for full page copies, colour & B&W images are clearly defined, .pngs can be scaled to larger, distinct images. On a Mac must operate from computer software not buttons on scanner. Good value for price.