I have a bunch of old 35mm prints I'd like to digitally archive. My current scanner is an old Canoscan 3200f that's not supported under Win 7x64, and it doesn't do such a hot job these days with photos. I would like to replace it, cheaply, with a decent scanner that will do a nice job with photo prints, and an acceptable job turning paperwork into .PDF files for archiving purposes. The abilty to scan transparencies such as slides and negatives isn't important.
I'm thinking this one suits my purposes:
Epson Perfection V30 Photo Scanner
It has good reviews on Amazon, and seems to be made for what I want to do. Particularly attractive to me is the software that allows you to scan multiple photos at once, but which automatically separates them and saves them as different files. This could cut the time I would spend scanning pictures by 600%.
Does anyone have any other suggestions, or any experience with this scanner? I've used both Mustek and Canon scanners in the past, but I'm out of the loop on anything made in the last decade. Thanks in advance.