If you’re in the market for a photo scanner and you’ve already done some looking around, than you probably already know that the market is vast. Take Epson, for instance. You can buy a decent Epson-made flatbed photo scanner, such as the $70-MSRP Perfection V19 Color Scanner, for well under $100, as well as super-fast, highly accurate photo scanners, like the Japanese imaging giant’s $950-MSRPEpson Perfection V850 Pro Photo Scanner.
Then, too, there are several midrange photo scanners in between, including the topic of this review, Epson’s $199.99-list Perfection V550 Photo Color Scanner—which, as you’ll see as you read on, is a fine little scanner in its own right, even if Epson neglected to include image-editing software.
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