CanoScan LiDE 110 Drivers Download

by Downloads Centers on October 17, 2017

CanoScan LiDE 110 Drivers Download

CanoScan LiDE 110 Drivers Download

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Printer Reviews– Image Canon CanoScan LiDE110 color scanner stands out from the crowd for a simple reason. It is difficult to find another desktop photo scanner that does not include scanning movies. If the only photos you want to scan are prints, this can be a problem, due to the addition of the ability to scan film cost added as well.

Fortunately, it works in reverse as well. Let the film scan feature translates into a lower price. As I have pointed out, when I reviewed the Canon CanoScan LiDE 100 LiDE 110 that replaces the Canon line, this can make the scanner to an irresistible, but all-around deal. It is also an easy choice for Editor’s Choice.

The LiDE 110 offers the most LiDE 100 functions, including 2400 pixel-per-inch (ppi) optical resolution and reasonably high scan quality. It does not come with a lot of software, but the included MP Navigator EX detection utility offers limited to photo and photo album features, and Optical Character Recognition (OCR). The OCR module allows you to scan and translate the scanned image into a PDF search text or an editable text file in one step.

Scanning with the LiDE 110 is easy with Canon giving you the option of using the Scan Utility or one of the four buttons on the front panel. The buttons allow you to copy, email, scan to PDF or run Auto Scan feature. Auto Scan scans the image and automatically selects the default settings to use, although you can change the settings to change the way it works. On the other hand, TWAIN and WIA drivers allow scanning of most Windows software that includes a scan command.

The automatic search function did a good job on our tests so that many people will find the quality more than acceptable. However, if you want to try to improve it, you can adjust the settings on the Twain controller. The controller offers both an advanced mode that gives you a lot of control but can be a bit overwhelming for less savvy users and a basic model with fewer options.

In addition to allowing you to adjust the resolution, contrast, brightness and the like, the driver has some digital enhancement features, including dust removal and backlight correction for easy scanning. The color restoration feature, in particular, has done an excellent job of bringing discolored photos back to life in my tests.

In general, the scan quality is slightly better compared to the quality of the LiDE 100, which was already reasonably good. In particular, the LiDE 110 output has a markedly better contrast. It’s not a match for the best scanners I’ve seen, including, for example, CanoScan 9000F from Canon itself, but it’s not that expensive. In any case, it is certainly good enough for scanning and reprinting photos to distribute to family and friends.

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