All-In-One 22MP Film Scanner - 5″ Display & HDMI

All-In-One 22MP Film Scanner - 5″ Display & HDMI

Converts Film & Slides into Digital Photos, Built-in Memory (FS71)

$119.99 USD

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Overview

Specifications

All-In-One 22MP Film Scanner - 5″ Display & HDMI
Display 5” TFT LCD
Focus Range Fixed Focus
Exposure Control Automatic/Manual (-2.0EV ~ + 2.0EV)
Recording Resolution 14 Megapixels/22 Megapixels (interpolation)
Scan Quality 3200 dpi & 4000 dpi (interpolation)
Picture Aspect Ratio 3:2
Scan Method Single pass
Film Type 35mm/126/110/Super 8 film & 135/126/110 slides
Light Source LED back light
File Format JPEG
Image Playback Single
TV Out Type NTSC/PAL
Built-In Memory 128 MB
External Memory Card SD card up to 128 GB
Scan Speed 3-5 seconds
Language English/French/German/Italian/Spanish/Japanese/S-Chinese/T-Chinese
Dimensions 4.9 x 5.4 x 4.4 inches / 124.5 x 137.2 x 111.8 mm (HxWxD)
Weight 0.83 lbs
Power Supply Input: AC 100-240V 50-60Hz 0.5A, Output: DC 5V 1A
Certifications FCC, ICES, cETL/ETL
UPC 061783270400
What's Included
  • FS71 Film Scanner
  • Slide Adapter
  • Negative Film Adapter
  • 110 Slide Insert
  • 110 Film Insert
  • Super 8 Insert
  • Mini USB-to-USB Cable
  • USB Wall Adapter
  • Cleaning Brush
  • Instruction Manual
  • Lifetime Customer Support
  • 1 Year Manufacturer’s Direct Warranty

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating:

Leonard P October 20, 2021 Vermont, United States

can't say how it worked as I could never get it to work or turn on, returned for refund.

1
DW September 27, 2021

I have boxes of slides to scan, so speed is critical. Basically once set up keep pushing the slides in and press the button. They line up quickly (because there is a little of the edge of the image missed, doesn't matter to me). As you would expect, scanning is in landscape format only, so you have to rotate any vertical format images later. I found over-exposed sky on my slides showed up with a yellow cast, even pushing the blue to its limit didn't always serve to fix that. I'm guessing snow images will also show that problem. No way that I found to set the image counter or the date digitized. Card mounted slides can catch and not exit smooothly, probably they are slightly bent which is causing the problem. Overall I am pleased with the device, enough so That I will be spending a lot of hours digitizing family pictures with it.

4
Joseph G September 27, 2021

This replacement slide scanner works great. I am glad I got it as a replacement for the one they sent me about two weeks ago that did not work. Fast rectification of the problem.

5
Larry September 26, 2021

I purchased this to replace my older is the older transparency scanner. The old ones had no drivers or anything newer then windows xp.Magnasonic has a higher Resolution. My older one cooked right to the computer and I had so much control over the image. The Magnasonic Scan into Internal memory or SD card it will also scan into the computer. Have no control over the settings with the computer only the basic controls Which are quite limited. My old student I could scan up the 6 negatives at a time. Or 3 slides.My original scanner was slower than the Magnasonic. The original scanner did not have a screen on it everything was controlled by the computer I had large amount of control over the scans. Magnasonic Has limitations over the scans what you can set up and what you can do. Overall my impressions. For the money it does a pretty good job. I found them some old black-and-white negatives from the thirties I had to do 2 scans 1 for the shadow one for the highlight and reassemble in photoshop take a few minutes but got some really nit's really nice scans.

4
mjp September 26, 2021

There's automatic contrast adjustment being done on the scans, and it can't be overridden. So be prepared for backgrounds to be (too) dark. Or people to be too dark if they're standing in front of a white background, like a wall. If you're just looking for snapshot-quality scans, this will do the trick 80% of the time. But for anything requiring proper contrast and color balance you'll want to use a quality flatbed scanner.This is about a thousand times quicker more convenient than a flatbed scanner though, and that's a big plus. I would not have ever taken the time to run thousands of negatives through my flatbed photo scanner, it would have taken a year. With this, it was a few days, part-time.Also, the 35mm negative holder crops a good portion of the edge of the frame. If you like full-frame scans, this will not do the trick. But like I said, if you think of it as a snapshot scanner, it's decent.

3
Peter I September 26, 2021

This Magnasonic film/slide scanner is very impressive. Fast scans and very easy to use. The 5" display is a nice feature. The color depends on the quality of your slides, but you can easily use a photo app to make any adjustments, if necessary.

5
Doug W September 25, 2021

Has 22 mp built in camera. Better than most cellphone. USB cord needed to work (39 in) . No batteries.

4
N.A.M. September 25, 2021

Pros1. Quick and easy to scan negatives, slides of most format and size.Preview in real time.2. Compact size, multiple resolution options.3. Decent resolutionCons1. Backlight interference with darker images.2. 35mm template does not capture the entire frame. This is a major flaw.3. 22 megapixels seem to be interpolated but it is adequate for prints.3. Some negatives scan with too much saturation.4. Preview display is too dark and on board adjustments are too drastic. I suggest adjusting the image afterwards using your favourite software.5. No scan to PC option but not a big deal as 32 GB micro SD holds thousands of scans.Overall a decent home use product but nowhere near professional quality.

3
Gaston G September 22, 2021

Le manuel d'instruction n'est qu'en anglais et il faut donc être très connaissant en numérisation de diapositives pour réussir à comprendre le fonctionnement de l'appareil.

4
Keith H September 22, 2021

Very easy to use

5
A.latif September 21, 2021

v.good

5
Ron September 21, 2021

The instructions were easy to read and follow. Have to watch how you insert to the film strips so you do not chop off your picture. Did not take very long to do 24 pictures, I have done 4 trays of 80 135 slides and 7 packs of 135 film strips in 2 days, about 4 hours.

4
ronn j September 21, 2021

Want to buy how about paper an ink pretty good

4
johannes l September 18, 2021

I kind of knew, that this would not be top class, but for that price it works actually pretty well. Good work flow and makes all those old negatives easily available again without dark room. If i need a better scan i still can use my tedious Epson scanner. It even makes me think of reviving my good old film cameras, that are unmatched nowadays in terms of the finder qualities. Digital cameras neglect the creative picture taking capeabilities and quality of finder image. All replaced by autofocus and the film, which a camera maker would not need to worry about in the past, is now elaborately digital. Distracting from the picture taking part and offering tons of manipulative junk, that is not "photo graphing" anymore. I like this thing.Over time, controlling the dust might becoming an issue.

5
Computer U September 17, 2021

Brings life back into obsolete film media.

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