Yes, pretty much any scanner listed on this article:
Open source support from:
Additional ones from
Some HP ones have a trick you can do as documented by this thread:
http://www.hamrick.com/ Vuescan has support for these scanners:
Image Capture support http://macmanus.nl/2013/11/28/use-unsupported-scanner-in-mavericks/
http://www.silverfast.com/show/mavericks/en.html has Mavericks support for numerous scanners.
Thank you for the quick responses. Mostly they did not apply to my Microtek scanner, but ...
I wrote to Microtek and they sent me the following:
The ScanPotter can be downloaded from here
ScanPotter replaces ScanWizard Pro. It has fewer options for manipulating the scan, but I do that in Photoshop anyway and it works just fine!
As a fairly veteran and experienced Photoshop user, when scanning, it is really best to get the best scan possible, initially, than using Photoshop, afterwards, to try fix any issues from not having enough control of over the initial scan.
If you want/desire more control of your initial scanned images, look at VueScan and check to see if it is compatible with your Microtek scanner model.
I have been using this software for over a decade and it is very comprehensive and works very well on both low end and higher end scanners.
It is well worth the asking price.