Epson B11B207221 Epson Perfection V370 Color Photo Scanner (B11B207221) Scanner

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High-quality Scans of Photos, 35mm Film, and More.Scan photos, film, oversized originals, plus scan-to-cloud – you get it all with the EPSON Perfection V370 Photo. This powerful performer makes it simple to archive photos and documents or create enlargements with the built-in transparency unit and 4800 x 9600 dpi optical resolution. The EPSON Perfection V370 Photo makes it easy to scan directly to cloud services like Google Docs, MS SharePoint®, Evernote®, and more with Document Capture Software. It also offers one-touch buttons for scan-to-email and copy. Plus use photo restoration to bring those faded family photos back to life. You can even scanoversized artwork or photo album pages with ArcSoft® Scan-n-Stitch™ Deluxe software. Featuring EPSON exclusive ReadyScan® Technology for fast scans and no warmup time, you will be scanning in no time.

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Epson B11B207221 Epson Perfection V370 Color Photo Scanner (B11B207221) Scanner (Product Details and Features)

Product Details

  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Epson
  • Model: B11B207221
  • Platform: Windows
  • Format: CD-ROM
  • Original language:
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: 5.20″ h x
    19.50″ w x
    15.90″ l,
    6.20 pounds


  • Scan 35mm slides and negatives – Built-in TPU for enlargements up to 13″ x 19″
  • Access documents from mobile devices – Document Capture Pro software included
  • Achieve exceptional clarity and detail – 4800 x 9600 optical resolution

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308 of 314 people found the following review helpful.
star50 tpng Epson B11B207221 Epson Perfection V370 Color Photo Scanner (B11B207221) ScannerSIDE BY SIDE REVIEW WITH EPSON V600-why to buy each one
By Dave Millman
I’ve had the Epson B11B198011 Perfection V600 Photo Scanner for two years. I compared it side-by-side with the V370 using the Epson software and also Vuescan by Hamrick Software.Here is the concise comparison, based on the most common scanning tasks:QUICK DOCUMENT SCAN: Both scanners handle this with one button. Both use LEDs instead of fluorescent bulbs, so there is no warm-up delay. There’s virtually no difference between them. Use the included Epson software.OCCASIONAL PHOTO SCANS: Both scanners excel at this, again with one button. No difference between them. Use the Epson SoftwareOCR: Both scanners include OCR software. Depending on your application, both do an acceptable job. Take your time, line up the pages carefully, rescan when a page has lots of errors. Neither scanner has an automatic document feeder, so you won’t be hand-feeding 100 pages without some fatigue. No difference between the scanners.BOOK/OBJECT SCANS: This is something I didn’t know I would need before getting the V600. But if the scanner does not have a hinged lid designed for objects thicker than a piece of paper, it will be a major inconvenience to scan a book or a 3D object (I’ve scanned remote controls, artwork, school projects, etc.). Both scanners have a well-designed hinged lid, and work very well with thick books.FILM SCANNING: This is where you start to see a difference between these two scanners. If you have only occasional slides or negatives to scan, the V370 does an acceptable job. However, it’s resolution is 4800 dpi vs 6400 dpi for the V600. This makes a real and noticeable difference with film, because the original is small and you want all the resolution you can get. In addition, the V600 has a secondary infrared lamp for film scanning, which can make a significant difference for color slides and negatives because it makes dust “disappear.” The V370 does not have an IR lamp.HIGH RESOLUTION SCANNING: Many people put a bit much emphasis on scanner resolution. The fact is, if you are not scanning film or doing some type of technical work where you zoom way in to an image, you will seldom scan a full-size original at the full resolution of the scanner, because each scan will be hundreds of megabytes! The resolution of the V600 is much higher than that of the V370, which will only make a difference if you scan film or do highly-detailed work. If you don’t already know you have an application like this for the 6400 dpi of the V600, it is unlikely you will need more resolution than the 4800 dpi of the V370.EPSON SOFTWARE (included): The Epson software has gotten better with every release. The newest version for the V370 does photo stitching and direct scanning to cloud accounts, in addition to one-button scanning and photo repair. Epson gives you four modes to choose from, each with a few more controls to tweak. My daughter will not touch Vuescan (see below) because the one-click Epson software does a great job for many jobs, and the Professional mode gives access to most settings to improve your scans. Mac and Windows are both well supported (I tested OS X 10.6 and Windows 7).VUESCAN SUPPORT: Vuescan from Hamrick Software is an amazing third-party product that gives you significantly better control of every aspect of your scans. I’ve used it since buying the V600. I downloaded the latest release, which directly supports the V370, to do this review. However, I realized something: The included Epson software has gotten so good, casual or intermediate scanner users are unlikely to ever need Vuescan. And if you do need the extra control and features of Vuescan, you probably want the V600 scanner.This is the key finding of this comparison: If you are the kind of person who will spend many hours scanning hundreds of photos, and learning how to tweak every possible setting to get the best scan before importing it into PhotoShop for further manipulation, then you want the V600. If you are an a less technical user who doesn’t adjust digital photos in Photoshop or tweak scans in Vuescan, then you will be thrilled with the V370 with its included software. Both of these products are light years ahead of what scanners could do 10 years ago.SUMMARY: Buy the V370 unless you are a PhotoShop guru who loves to tweak, or you have a lot of highly-detailed scanning work that requires 6400 dpi resolution. The V600 will do a significantly better job on negatives or slides, but if you have lots of film to scan, look into a film scanner.

43 of 46 people found the following review helpful.
star50 tpng Epson B11B207221 Epson Perfection V370 Color Photo Scanner (B11B207221) ScannerGreat Scanner for Photos, Slides, and Negatives
By JoeD Freelance Pro Photographer & Blogger
This review is based on my usage in scanning photographs for a large client restoration project; not documents. However, I suspect in scanning documents this scanner will perform flawlessly as it did with a massive amount of photographs. Epson has long been the leader in photograph scanning. Back in 2001, I remember paying over $500 for an Epson photo scanner and that was a deal back then. Today, Epson scanners deliver even better quality at affordable prices; quality sufficient for professional photographers.Basic Scanner Specs:-Optical Resolution: 4800 dpi with EPSON MatrixCCD®-Hardware Resolution: 4800 x 9600 dpi with Micro Step Drive-Maximum Resolution: 12,800 dpi with software interpolation-Color Bit Depth: 48-bit internal / external-Grayscale Bit Depth: 16-bit internal / external-Maximum Scan Area: 8.5″ x 11.7″-Built in transparency lid for negatives (difference compared to V37-Film holder for 35mm and slidesThe Epson V370 is the same scanner as the Epson Perfection V37, just without the negative or transparency capability, providing for a different lid. If you are scanning negatives, the V370 is a far better option and will provide not just greater convenience, but better image scans off those negatives.My comparison basis for this review was my friend’s much higher spec (and more expensive) Epson V600 and the comparably priced Canon CanoScan LIDE 110. In reality, it is an unfair comparison to the Epson V600 based on the targeted resolution (same bit depth) difference in that if you need that size (for very large printing for example), you will need to select the V600 to maintain optimum quality throughout the workflow process (think major Photoshop editing). Nevertheless, excluding resolution difference, the V370 performs just as well for my purpose, delivering indistinguishable results for end use and client delivery(digital workflow and professional printing using Mpix and Millers Lab). Meanwhile, the CanoScan, which is less expensive than the Epson V370, delivered visibly (to me) lower quality photographic image reproduction than the V370 (and V37) for my purposes, using the same exact image. Bear in mind the scanned images were being brought in to Photoshop CS6 for image editing. Overall, I found the Epson to be far more accurate in contrast and color replication (I use hardware color calibrated IPS monitors). I also found the Canon interface far more clunky than the Epson and had actually uninstalled it.As with any photographic scanning, especially in restoration efforts, the quality, preservation, and finish of the photograph is critical to final end results. Typically, without using Digital ICE (correction) software, matte photographs may present a problem, often yielding what appears to be dust spots due to the texture of the matte. Unlike the Epson V600, neither the V370 or V37 come with Digital ICE and thus does not automatically correct for the issue. However, in my usage, I found the V370 (like the V37) did a very good job in dealing with the matte; still, in many instances, minor Photoshop retouch was necessary. Glossy finished images reproduced fine, with no issues.Installation of the scanner hardware and software was in a Windows 7 64 bit environment on a Dell Inspiron Computer. As an advanced user, I typically do not install OEM software that accompanies hardware devices. However, I found the Epson interface (Epson Scan) adequate. I did not install any of the provided document capture or Arcsoft software though and I typically recommend you do the same as it is often bloated, invasive, and generally inefficient.Summation:The Epson V370 (and V37) offer high quality scans. If you require an end product that is very large in print or digital size, then it might be worthwhile to upgrade to a scanner along the lines of the Epson V600 for the higher resolution. But absent a specific need, the V370 and V37 will perform incredibly well even for professional level photographic quality work.

37 of 39 people found the following review helpful.
star50 tpng Epson B11B207221 Epson Perfection V370 Color Photo Scanner (B11B207221) ScannerScan quality is superb (with a little fine tuning)
By The Bee Bee
The new Perfection V370 is an extremely accurate scanner that has the ability (albeit with some fine tuning) to deliver spot on clones of photos and other materials that you need to digitize. I threw all kinds of things on the flatbed during my testing and I came away very impressed by the V370′s ability to render even the subtlest details with sharp, color correct quality. That it can do this for a <$100 price might be the most impressive feat. My only concern is the build quality and cheap feel of some of the materials - especially compared to more expensive options like Canon's excellent CanoScan 9000F. However, if you're not doing high volumes of work, then save the extra $$$ and go with this model.

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