I just want to mention that the scanner allows setting up all of the printer’s properties and choosing the print settings and the paper type. You can also set up the brightness, contrast, and color balance parameters for the images. When printing from a memory card, you can output the date picture was taken. The settings are all shown on the scanner’s color display:
The scanner supports firmware updates for working with the printers. One 16MB CompactFlash memory card is included with the scanner for that purpose. The slot for memory cards is shown on the next snapshot:
The memory card slot is covered under a flap door
As I said above, the EPSON F-3200 allows sending images from a memory card directly to the printer, without mediation of a computer. Besides that, you can save the images you digitize on the memory card, too. The scanner supports almost all widely spread formats, namely CompactFlash, Microdrive, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Magic Gate Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, SD Card, miniSD Card, MultiMedia Card, xD-Picture Card, and Smart Media.
The front panel of the F-3200
The scanner’s face panel carries all of the controls and an average-size display. The power-on and eject-holder buttons are located a little lower, to the left and to the right of the intake slot.