Although I haven’t had the chance to get my unit yet I’ve been reading through comments and watching results, some being very good and others, well, not usable, and thought that might be due to settings/environment…
Typically, it is said that ‘Face’ scan profile gives the best resolution, and on the other hand for dark objects you have to use the ‘Dark’ profile.
Well my suggestions would be,
Option 1 (for a start)
A wizard, with a few steps of questions/example objects, that would then decide on the appropriate profile to use and accompanied with tips or so
Option 2 (ultimately/ideally)
An ‘Adaptative’ Profile, that would adjust settings on the fly, for instance trying to scan with best resolution, and during the process, adapt (brightness, gain, etc…) and continue scanning until all is scanned (or we decide so), that would imply the possibility that settings are changed during scan process (I don’t know if this is possible at this stage as I couldn’t try yet), so we’d end up with a good resolution where possible, and maybe, a bit less on more difficult parts, but at least with everything scanned. That mode would be perfect for the turntable, (the longer you scan, the better the result?)