Able to scan your 4 x 6” prints at a seriously impressive rate of one scan per second at 300 dpi, the FastFoto FF-640 from Epson, which is now in stock, is laying claim to the title of world’s fastest photo scanner. This means that the daunting box of photographs and albums you keep stored in your attic can be preserved digitally in no time at all. Of course, the FF-640 will make sure your images look great as well with a 600 dpi optical resolution and custom software with Smart Photo Fix Technology that can restore your old photos, including red-eye removal, and color enhancement.
For those looking to pick up a multipurpose unit, the FastFoto FF-640 will easily handle all types of documents ranging in size from 2 x 2” up to an incredibly long 8.5 x 120”. Also, thanks to an internal 48-bit color depth, users will acquire accurate, vivid colors. The automatic document feeder on this machine is quite capable, featuring a capacity of either 30 photos or 80 documents, and it can scan both sides of your item simultaneously, meaning you can preserve both the image and the handwritten note on the back at the same time. Additionally, it is equipped with USB 2.0 connectivity, meaning most individuals will be able to quickly get it set up with their computer.