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Epson V600 vs V850

Have you ever heard of the word SCAN in the computer world? The scanner is an electronic device that functions similar to copiers. Results can be directly copy machines you see on the paper while the scanner results are displayed on a computer monitor screen first then can be changed and modified so that the look and the result be nice which can then be saved as a text file, documents and images. Scanner assortment of shapes and sizes, some the size of a magnitude with paper folio there also are the size of a postcard, even the newest, the shape of the newly launched pen by WizCom Technologies Inc. company. Companies don’t want to lose to flourish by launching a sophisticated scanner product as done by Epson with its newest model namely the Epson V600 and V850.

Epson V600 vs V850

Epson V600
Epson V600 has some features that will impress us such as 6400×9600 dpi optical resolution, 3.4 Dmax, Film scanning up to 120/220 film size, LED light source requires no warm-up, digital ICE for both prints and film, photoshop elements for a complete photo retouching solution, and USB 2.0 Hi-Speed. Color scanners V600 will scan and deliver a 48 bit image and does its part with Hi-Speed USB 2.0 to do a research to see if your computer is up to the task. Overall, This is a tall, deep scanner, all black but for a silver keyline around the edge of its lid. The lid is deep, as it includes the backlighting for the transparency scanner. It’s spring counterbalanced to stay open at 45 degree and 90 degree angles, and has extending hinges, so you can scan from bound documents. (Read also : Epson V370 vs V600)

Epson V850
The features that you can find in Epson V850 are Slides, film, medium format & prints, Dual lens system, Swaps between 6400 dpi for slides and film, and 4800 dpi for photos, High productivity, One second warm up time, and two sets of film holders. The V850 Pro comes with two sets of film holders, which are Dynamic range accurately reproduce tonal range and gradation of the original and the other, removes imperfections with Digital ICE Technologies cleans-up old film and photos. For those who need precision film scanning, a specialized fluid mount option is available, though it is not included. In high-speed mode at 4800 dpi a full-color or monochrome scan will take approximately 12.3 ms per line. Scanning speeds are not available for the higher 6400 dpi resolution though will be a bit slower. The resulting photo quality is quite high. (See also : Epson Perfection V800 vs. V850)

- Scan slides, negatives and medium-format panoramic film - built-in Transparency Unit
- Remove the appearance of tears and creases from damaged photos - DIGITAL ICE for Prints
- Remove the appearance of dust and scratches from film - DIGITAL ICE for Film
- Create extraordinary enlargements from film - 6400 x 9600 dpi for enlargements up to 17in x 22in
- Pro quality color & detail - get unparalleled scans w/ 6400 dpi resolution & adv
- Remarkable tonal range - 4.0 Dmax for smooth gradations & fine shadow detail
- Exclusive Dual Lens System - selects from 2 lenses for optimum results
- Operating Systems: Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition and Mac OS X 10.6.x, 10.7.x, 10.8.x, 10.10.x

Epson V600 vs V850
The one you should choose is all depending on your need, but we will give you two reason from each scanners to make an easier choice for you. Epson V600 is the affordable one than the Epson V800. While the V800 can do all you want like restoring and archiving old photos, negatives or slides, and scanning or restoring photos faster and more professionally.

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