All-In-One 22MP Film Scanner

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All-In-One 22MP Film Scanner

Converts Film, Slides and Negatives, Vibrant 2.4” LCD Screen (FS50)

Regular Price: $99.99 USD

Special Price $79.96 USD

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Get it : December 10 - December 16

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Overview

Specifications

All-In-One 22MP Film Scanner
Display 2.4” Color TFT LCD
Focus Range Fixed Focus
Exposure Control Automatic / Manual (-2.0 EV~ +2.0EV)
White Balance Automatic
Recording Resolution 14 Megapixels / 22 Megapixels (interpolation)
Scan Quality 3200 dpi & 4000 dpi (interpolation)
Picture Aspect Ratio 3:2
Scan Method Single Image Scanning
Film Type 35mm film (36x24 mm), 135 slide (2x2”), 110 film (13x17 mm), 110 slide (2x2” and 1x1”), 126 film (28x28 mm), Super 8 film (8x4 mm)
Picture Effects Black & White, Slides, Negatives
Light Source LED Back Light
File Format Picture : JPEG
Image Playback Single
TV Out Type NTSC/PAL
Built-In Memory 128MB (100 MB usable)
External Memory Card Up to 32GB SD Card
Scan Speed 3-5 seconds
Language English/French/Spanish/Simplified Chinese/ Traditional Chinese/German/Italian/Japanese
Dimensions 4.0 x 3.4 x 3.4 inches / 101.6 x 86.4 x 86.4 mm (HxWxD)
Weight 0.66 lbs
Power Supply Input: AC 100-240V 50-60Hz 0.3A, Output: DC 5V 1A
Certifications FCC, RoHS, CE, UL/CUL
UPC 061783262061
What's Included
  • Film scanner
  • 3ft USB Cable
  • Video Out TV Cable
  • AC/DC Adapter
  • Negative Film Holder
  • Positive Film Holder
  • 110 Film Holder
  • Super 8 Film Holder
  • Cleaning Brush
  • User’s Manual
  • Lifetime Customer Support
  • 1 Year Manufacturer’s Direct Warranty

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating:

susan b September 26, 2020

Easy to use. I like that I can save to a card unlike the Kodak I purchased and returned. Could only take pictures with your phone.I like that you can scan more than one size slide or negative.

5
PJ September 26, 2020

I thought I was done scanning slides many years ago using a high-dollar Konika slide scanner. Then I found more slides. The old scanner had been long out of date with software and I wasn't ready to spend $300 again. After researching several models on Amazon and elsewhere, I decided on this Magnasonic. I'm glad I did. The footprint is about 1/6th of the old one, the picture quality is better, and it is MUCH easier to use and is also MUCH faster! No complaints here, just praise.

5
Barbara C September 23, 2020

I am disapointed

1
EW September 20, 2020

Bad quality and edge is blurred.

1
Mr N September 20, 2020

J'ai acheté le produit pour scanner négatifs et diapos, ainsi que quelques images provenant de films Super 8. Très facile à utiliser mais il faut savoir utiliser les logiciels de correction photo parce qu'il y a toujours des poussières à enlever et des couleurs à améliorer. Oui, l'appareil vient avec une brosse pour nettoyer le compartiment de prise de photo, mais ce n'est pas suffisant. Le logiciel Photos qui vient avec Windows 10 fera l'affaire pour enlever les poussières. Il est possible avec l'appareil d'ajuster les couleurs avant le scan, mais le résultat sera meilleur avec un logiciel. Point fort: facilité d'utilisation et bons résultats. Point faible: Il est malheureusement impossible d'ouvrir la machine pour nettoyer en profondeur. J'ai un point qui apparait sur toutes les images et il est difficile de dire si c'est la machine qui avait ce problème à la livraison ou si j'ai moi même causé le problème en numérisant des diapos trop sales (Super 8 avec des coupures et du papier collant). Je règle le problème avec un logiciel de correction photo ou en plaçant de la bonne façon le négatif ou la diapo dans le numériseur.

3
Jocelyne R September 20, 2020

Je voulais numériser des diapositives et des négatifs afin de les transférer sur une clé USB.J’en ai numérisé environ 2500 . Je vais les offrir en cadeau aux neveux et nièces.

5
Brenda C September 19, 2020

A lot smaller than pictured. No instructions to connect to TV. Instructions are very vague. Pictures are not very sharp on the tiny screen. Very disappointed in the amount I paid for such a poor quality item.

2
Donald L September 17, 2020

Although the picture quality is not what I had hoped it will do the job. If you are after higher end quality then you better spend a lot more money. It did however do the job that I needed it to do.

3
Gill H September 15, 2020

I used it to scan 50 year old slides and they turned out beautifully. Next will be to scan old negatives of some photo's I had stolen.

5
tom September 12, 2020

did over 2,000 slide, no issues or problems.

5
Yvon M September 11, 2020

J'avis acheté un. modère ARGUS qui n'était pas compatible avec iMac. Celui-ci. facile à utiliser

5
D. H September 10, 2020

I had tried other inexpensive slide viewers to convert my old slides to digital files. Each of them were either cumbersome (at best) or didn't produce good photos. This device -- once I figured it out -- has been reliable and the resulting digital photos are more than acceptable for 50 years old slides.Delivery and packaging was as expected and the cabling and media templates included were somewhat cheaply made but sufficient to do the job. Overall, I'm quite satisfied and would recommend it for slide conversion.(I haven't tried either the film or negative import features.)

4
Barbara S September 10, 2020

There was very little information regarding troubleshooting. Item worked for 36 slides, then was not able to capture images any longer. If I could have solved the problem, yould have continued to use.

2
L September 9, 2020

I really like this in theory and it shows you the film negatives on screen in color easily enough. But it refuses to recognize half a dozen of my SD cards, won't save to them and constantly turns off in the middle of use. Something's a bit wrong with the screen too. I'll likely be returning.

1
Amazon Customer September 9, 2020

My wife is big-time into genealogy, so when I stumbled upon this unit that would scan from 110 negs, 35mm negs, 126 negs, slides, and 8mm movies (single frame capture), I thought she'd be thrilled. It was pretty intuitive to set up; the control buttons could be a bit confusing, but after 2-3 times it became clearer what we were supposed to do. The documentation covers the areas, but not in much, if any detail. The negative carrier worked 'ok' but would snag every now and then. No biggie, but why? The memory capture and dump to computer are pretty straight forward; again, clunky instructions. Basically, no way to dump to a memory card (at least not clear), so when the internal memory is full, you have to offload it. Big thing is the small screen. At 2.3' or thereabouts, you really can't see much; of course you'll be doing your editing on your computer, so I guess if this shows you the pic you want, you really don't need to do much else. After a week or so, we returned it. She's still looking for a replacement. There are several others on Amazon with bigger screens (4-5'), at double the price. Functionality is about the same across models, regardless of manufacturer.

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