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Epson FastFoto FF-680W High Speed Photo Scanner (1 Year Warranty)

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Product code: 142445 (8715946666211)

4.3
(288 reviews)

Epson FastFoto FF-680W High Speed Photo Scanner (1 Year Warranty)

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Product Details

  • Scans Prints, Polaroid Photos, Paper
  • Optical Resolution: 600 dpi
  • Max Resolution: 1200 dpi
  • Colour Depth: 30-Bit
  • Maximum Scan Area: 8.5 x 240"
  • Scan Speed: 1 Photo per Second (300 dpi)
  • USB, Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Epson ScanSmart Software
  • Instant Cloud Upload

Preserve what’s priceless with the FastFoto FF-680W — the World’s Fastest Personal Photo Scanner. Scan thousands of photos — as fast as 1 photo per second at 300 dpi. SafeTouch Technology offers worry-free scanning for virtually any size, including postcards and Polaroid photos. Second-generation Epson® FastFoto Software makes everything easy, with convenient photo editing and smart file organization tools.

Offering the ultimate in versatility, the FF-680W features a variety of modes for quick sharing, archiving and enlargements — plus documents, too. Additional features include Easy Auto-Upload to cloud services and Single-Step Technology for 2-sided scanning.

  • World’s Fastest Personal Photo Scanner: Scan thousands of photos as fast as 1 photo per second at 300 dpi
  • Scans different shapes and sizes: Takes photos from 9x13cm up to 21x91cm
  • Preserve Your Priceless Photos: SafeTouch Technology for worry-free scanning up to 8.5" wide, plus postcards, Polaroid photos and panoramas
  • Second-Generation Epson FastFoto Software: Scan, Restore, Organize and Share precious memories; offers intelligent file organization tools
  • Flexible Scanning: Offers modes for easy sharing (300 dpi), archiving (600 dpi TIFF) and enlarging (1200 dpi); handles multiple sizes in one batch
  • Easy to Connect: Includes both USB and wireless connectivity for flexible placement
  • Perfect Picture Imaging System: Bring new life to old photos with auto enhancement, colour restoration, red-eye reduction, de-skew, crop, rotate

Product Reviews

4.3
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iTWire

Epson's FF-680W scanner is a convenient way of digitising a sizeable collection of photos, and then it has a se...

Geek Lingo

Looking for a scanner that gives you the best possible quality scans of your old photos at the fastest possible speed? The Epson FastFoto FF-680W promises to be one of the fastest scanners on the market. Here’s why the Epson FastFoto FF-680W is a great choice for your home or office.

Techlicious

The Epson FastFoto FF-680W makes the process of scanning old photos so quick and easy, you'll finally get your digital archiving done.

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Epson

straight out of the box, set it up & started scanning photos. its that easy. Very fast scanning of multiple photos. the slowest part is naming & categorising them. I've only done a few & might find some tips along the way but for saving memories it ticks the boxes.

Epson

So my new Epson FastFoto FF-680W arrived today. Eventually I opened the box, took it in my home computer room, and set it up via wireless. No effort needed. Next I grabbed a stack of about 20 old photos. Less than one minute later they were scanned. So I did another batch, then another.

B&H Photo

I am cautious and a bit skeptical about electronics products in many consumer segments, especially printers/scanners. So I was pleasantly surprised that the FF680W just plain works! The unit worked straight out of the box. Easy, predictable software and firmware updates.

Nebraska Furniture Mart

Excellent. Scans stacks of photos in seconds. The photo correction is impressive.

Epson

Purchased this because I needed to archive tons of photos after my grandma passed. Love the enhancement feature and the option to name groups of photos prior to scanning. These are just for personal use and viewing so I'm only using the 600 dpi scanning.

B&H Photo

Very easy to use and set up with my Mac. Makes scanning all my old family photographs an easy task. Very pleased with it.

Epson

I've had this less than a month, and have scanned in over 10,000 photos. A lot of the photos are old and faded. There are settings that upgrade the resolution and correct red eye. I chose the mid-level 600 dpi feature; the photos looked new. Organizing was very easy.

Epson

I've had this for almost a year and I love it. It works fast and scans just about any size document. It's really helped me get organized and I'm now almost completely paperless. I went from 5 file boxes down to one and a half. I plan to start scanning my old photos over the winter.

Epson

You will not be disappointed when purchasing a EPSON FASTFOTO 680 Scanner. I have scanned over 1,500 old photographs ranging from polaroid instant photos, old black and white photos to 4x6 COLOR prints and every scan came out PERFECT. All features on the EPSON FASTFOTO FF-680W are great.

Epson

I bought this before I moved to a new house. My plan was to scan all the paperwork we stashed all over so we could shred the hard copies. It took a few minutes to figure out how to use it.

Easy to use, straightforward setup, excellent results.

It did exactly what it said and is very quick scanning with good quality.

This is the answer to what to do with a huge pile of old printed photographs, stored in wallets and taking up space while gathering dust. It is only suitable for unmounted photos without any stickiness on the back. That said, once connected to a suitable computer, the Fast Foto devours a stack of prints at an astonishing speed of well under a second for each print. I compared the quality of a few photos to flat-bed scanning at 600 and 1200dpi and I could not tell the difference on domestic prints. Before you scan, you create a directory for those pictures on your computer. Each image has the name of the directory and 01, 02 03 etc. If you want more information, you have to rename the image files. That is a huge job for a large collection!

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