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    80 copies per minute
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    Single pass
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Epson - FastFoto FF-680W Wireless High-speed Photo Scanning System - Black

Model:B11B237201
SKU:6280709
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  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Great hardware, poor software

    I am upgrading from a Fujitsu ScanSnap duplex scanner that I bought in 2008. The Epson is about an inch bigger in every dimension, but otherwise similar in design. I bought this primarily to use as a document scanner, with a one-time need to digitize the hoard of family photos. Like the Epson Workforce series, the equivalent Fujitsus are only "ok" at photo scanning and my old one would jam on glossy paper. The good: The Wifi was fairly easy to set up, and once it is scanning, it's fast! After you fiddle with the settings, you can get some great quality photos and documents. I'm very happy the lamp is LED and shouldn't get tired over time. The Epson hardware is overall fantastic, marred only by a flimsy/rattly catch tray. The bad: The software is a mess. Epson is a printer company first and foremost... and it shows. There are at least four core software apps installed: Epson Event Manager, Epson ScanSmart, Epson FastFoto, and Epson Scan 2 Utility. I also have an Epson Scan 2 from my other Epson printer/scanner. Between the two devices, I have 13 icons under my Start Menu. Rather than a single unified package, you are led to believe that this is a "photo scanner first, document scanner second". The scanner button's default setting is to launch FastFoto, and the other apps are not even mentioned in documentation. When I threw a paper document on the scanner and hit the button, I was actually angered at the poor quality result in FastFoto. I nearly returned this scanner until I dug around and found the other apps. Each app is optimized for certain features, and you must close one before launching another. It makes it slow and cumbersome. There is a several seconds' wait between hitting the scan button and the scanner starting (but once it gets going, it's speedy). Some apps have some settings, while other apps have similar-but-different settings. Epson ScanSmart forces you to navigate a menu to save after every scan. For documents, I ended up using the older "Epson Scan 2" app from my other printer - a clunkier UI but faster experience. The silver lining is, I haven't hit any bugs or crashes yet. It's just a poor UX design. The Fujitsu user experience is more unified. One software package. Save the settings first, press the button, scanner immediately runs, file is automatically saved. Repeat steps 2-4 to your heart's content. I am happy with this scanner overall, and it's a 3.5 of 5. Because of the photo capability, I will be keeping it and expect it to last a decade like my last one. I will be shopping around to see if there are better software packages that I can use it with.

    Posted by mjgiro

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic scanner and great quality

    After my father passed away, he had a lot of old photographs dating back to my great great grandparents and even further on from World War I and World War II and previous to that as well as family photos. My brother and I wanted hey quick and efficient way to scan photos. I was blown away with the speed, ability to feed different size photos and the software sharpens the photos of nicely and helps remove defects in some of the older photos. Overall I would say this was a great purchase since I didn't need something commercial I would say it's the next step down. Even if you wanted to start a small business digitizing peoples photos this would be a great tool.

    Posted by Anonymous

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice scanner, possible software glitch

    Nice scanner with small footprint, easy to set up and easy to use. The problem I am having with it is that some of the enhanced pictures are double-exposed. I have been using the Fastphoto software and have cleaned the photos and used the scanning slow-mode option. I have not had a problem with the original photo being double-exposed so that is a plus.

    Posted by tenarw

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