Epson Perfection V750-M Pro Scanner

Discontinued Product

  • Easy Photo Fix® Technology
    Epson Easy Photo Fix technology offers powerful, one-touch color restoration, Advanced Digital Dust Correction, backlight correction and grain reduction. This leading-edge technology makes it easy to restore faded photos, slides and negatives. Dig out that shoebox full of old, faded photos and restore the color with one touch. Just lay your faded photo on the scanner bed and, with a simple mouse click, you can bring those faded photos back to life. You'll be amazed at how quick and easy it is.
  • Digital Ice® Technologies
    Digital Ice® Technologies
    An image restoration solution that uses a unique combination of hardware and software to correct image defects.
    Digital ICE for Film uses an infrared sensor to detect dust and scratches on the surface of the film. In a multi-pass process, the dust/scratch is mapped out and carefully removed from the scanned image, leaving the composition and quality intact.
    Digital ICE for Prints uses two lamps at different angles to map defects using differences in shadows to detect tears, folds and creases on prints and correct the scanned image accordingly.
  • Complete Photo Restoration Solution
    With Easy Photo Fix® and Digital ICE® technologies, your Epson scanner can be your complete photo restoration solution – Certain features in the Easy Photo Fix suite can be combined with each other or paired with Digital ICE to provide a complete photo restoration solution for your images.

    Use one-touch color restoration and Digital ICE for Film to bring back faded and scratched film. For scanners that support Digital ICE for Prints, combine this technology with one-touch color restoration to restore creased, torn and faded prints. Easy Photo Fix and Digital ICE options can be selected in the Home and Professional modes of the Epson Scan driver.

  • Scanner Resolution
    Image quality is more than a number. The resolution of a scanner gives an idea of its enlargement power, but the image quality of a scanner also depends greatly on the sensor and lenses used within the scanner's optical system and how well they reproduce color, tonality and gradations with little to no mechanical noise. These qualities are measured by the specification called Optical Density.
  • Optical Density Evaluation of Scanners
    Optical Density Evaluation of Scanners
    In a study performed by NSTL of a range of scanner models from four vendors, the four Epson models consistently yielded higher maximum optical density values. Higher optical density means better shadow detail and more mid-range tones.