A scanner is technology made for everyone. And now that most of us are working or going to school from our homes, there is no better time to get busy scanning the stacks of negative films, printed images, and documents that you have filling your space. Epson is a well trusted, go-to brand for printers and scanners. We recently gave away some Epson supertank printers on the blog; so, for this contest, you will now have a chance to win one of three fanstastic Epson scanners: a V19, a V39, or a V600 (as shown above).

Epson scanners are perfect for the beginner and the pro

Epson scanners are easy to use for everyone in your family. Perhaps you need a scanner for documents and family photos; or you may want to take the hassle out of your finances by routinely scanning receipts; or you may be a professional who needs to scan images at a high resolution or wants to save money by scanning your film instead of sending it to the lab. Regardless, one of these scanners will suit your needs. Each one of these Epson scanners has great resolution, scan time, and is fairly compact to fit snuggly on your desk.

The Epson V19 and V39 are perfect for scanning documents and printed pictures at home.  You’ll love how easy it will be to digitize those documents and images that are cluttering up your home. I love how tiny and compact this scanner is; just put it away on a shelf when not in use it to help your desk stay clean and uncluttered.

As a photographer, I work with both digital format and film format. As much as I love shooting film, I find that archiving the physical negatives can take up quite a bit of space over time. This is where having a trusted scanner comes in handy and my favourite of the three we’re giving away in this contest has to be the Epson V600. This scanner is a lot bigger than Epson V19 and V39. This is because it has the ability to scan negative and positive film. It comes with 2 film trays: 1 for 120 films and another for 135 films and slides.

Check out the review done by Chris Loblaw on these three Epson perfection scanners to learn more about these scanner.

How to enter

Entering this contest is easy but you can only enter once. In a comment below tell us what you would scan if you won one of these awesome Epson scanners. Are there documents taking up too much space that you can’t wait to digitize? Let us know in a comment below.

What you can win

At the end of this contest, we will randomly select three winners from all eligible entries. One will receive the Epson V19, one will receive the Epson V39, and one will receive the Epson V600.

This contest will run from June  9, 2020 to June 21, 2020

Remember, comment below what you would scan for an entry to win one of three Epson scanners. You are only able to enter once, however if you know anyone that is in need of a scanner, go ahead and share this article with them so they have a chance to win as well!

Win an Epson Scanner Contest Rules and Regulations

Good luck

992 COMMENTS

  1. This contest is now closed. We will draw the winners soon in accordance with the rules. Return to the blog often to read great articles, learn about the latest technology, and to enter more contests. You never know when we’ll be doing another amazing giveaway!

  2. Many of our family’s memories are still found on photos. I would transfer them with this scanner to ensure that they can be stored and shared more easily with the rest of the family.

  3. I’va always wanted to scan all of my parents 3×5 photos from the 70s and 80s. It would be great to have digital copies just in case.

  4. I would scan some older summer pics and blow them up and print them to put on walls around my room. I would love a new scanner, and epson is known for these well.

  5. Definitely family photos but as well I would scan all the artwork my children made when they were younger. Things like that you can’t replace and over time they often get lost or damaged in some way.

  6. I want to scan old photos, important documents (e.g., passport and credit card for safe keeping). Thank you

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