A solid Scanner
I got the Canoscan specifically to scan slides and negatives from my film camera days. It really delivers the goods. My only gripe is that it only handles 35mm film (only the 9000 model handles medium format). I knew that going in, but I don't think it'd be a big deal for Canon to include the capability at this price point.
Satisfaction I downgraded because the scanner driver install interfered with my printer drivers and I had to reinstall them on all my computers.
December 30, 2013
A Magical Machine
I love, love, love this scanner! So easy to install and easy to use. The best part is, I can put multiple photos on the scanner bed at one time. The scanner detects and scans each separately and automatically, all in under a minute. They all pop up on my screen and then can be saved to a folder of your choice or edited with the included software. My life just got 100 times easier!!
November 10, 2013
I found about 1000 slides in an old box out in the garage. Also a bunch of old black and white pictures and negatives. All these things are almost 50 years old.
Since I no longer have the slide projector or any darkroom equipment , I wanted a way to view and save these images on my computer.
After searching on line through several sources I decided on the Cano Scan 5600F. The price is reasonable and the specifications fit my needs perfectly.
Set up was easy, and the operation is quite simple. I am very satisfied with this scanner
November 3, 2013
I cannot remember how many photos I `ve scanned from old family pictures. Add to that, 33 reels of slides. But I`ve found out I can `fudge` old negatives by laying them on the opening for slides and scanning 35mm worth of them. So far I`ve brought back images from as far back as the `30`. Some look like they were taken yesterday! So by accident, Canon has added another feature to this wonderful scanner! Thanks!
October 6, 2013
Optical resolution is a measure of maximum hardware sampling, based on ISO 14473 standard.
Color document scan speed is measured with ISO/IEC 24712 Newsletter. Scan speed indicates the time measured between pressing the scan button of the scanner driver and when the on-screen status display turns off. Scan speed may vary depending on system configuration, interface, software, scan mode settings and document size, etc.
The time required for the light source to reach sufficient operating temperature. Film scanning excluded.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.