For an "all-in-one", it's fantastic. I've scanned all types and sizes of slides/negs up to 4" x 5" using VueScan software. If you choose the 4870, don't bother with the "Pro" version - the extra fee is for SilverFast scanning software. VueScan is better, IMO - and cheaper.<br><br>- alec
A few months ago my brother and I were going thru a box of old photos and this Kodachrome fell out. Other than scanning it into my Mac I've done no retouching at all. It's literally been stored in an old shoe box since, as near as we can figure, about 1940. Amazing...<br><br><br><br>[color:red]Bibo, ergo sum</font color=red>
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Hmm... seems the non-Pro version is no longer listed. Looks like Epson is using the SilverFast software as a money making scheme.<br><br>The 4870 comes with slide holders for 35mm strip negs, 35mm slides, medium format and 4" x 5". The lid has a built-in light source for film scanning.<br><br>- alec
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