Epson Perfection 3590 Photo review | from TechRadar's expert reviews of Scanners
Value for money
Clever filmstrip loading...The HP 4370 is cheaper
Some moiré in halftones...However, the 3590 has an extra feature that marks it out as something special - its automatic filmstrip loading...Now and again you might want to scan the odd film, and the 3590 has a remarkable solution...In Home mode, you indicate the type of document you're...
Automatic feeder for 35-mm negatives...Color-restore feature revives old photos...Scans directly to PDF format....No automatic document feeder (ADF)...Scans only one slide at a time....The photo-centric 3590 does a good job on prints, a generally acceptable job on film, and makes scanning 35-mm negatives particularly easy...The EpsonPerfection3590 Photo ($149.99 direct)...
Ultra-compact and styled in grey and black, the 3590 has a Stealth Fighter look that's further enhanced by its film feeder...You don't get a proper manual with the 3590, but there's not much to figure out...The Epson's scans from photo prints were very good, tending towards vibrant colour with lots of midtone contrast...Transparencies were less convincing, with...
"I have tried the negative scanning and that also is good..."
"I have not tried the scanning of negatives , but the concept looks and seems very good, as you insert the negatives right through the top of the scanner..."
"With all the months of research and comparison shopping I did, I can most definitely recommend the 3590 to everyone, needing a good scanner for photos and text..."
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Excellence But Not "Perfection" - Epson Perfection 3590 Flatbed Scanner - Epinions.com
"Very good scan quality, easy to use, self cleaning dust feature A bit noisy, slow initial pre scan to scan time Summary: I love doing graphics work in my free time and with the epson3590 and adobe photo shop, there isnt a whole lot that can't be done..."
"After a lot of research and trial and error, or maybe I should say buying and selling or just returning..."