|Display||2.4” Color LCD Display|
|Exposure Control||Automatic & Manual Adjustment|
|Recording Resolution||5856 x 3904 pixels/interpolation|
|Scan Quality||4200 dpi (interpolation)|
|Picture Aspect Ratio||135 film – 3:2, 135 slide – 3:2, 110 film – 4:3, 126 film – 1:1|
|Scan Method||Single Pass|
|Film Type||135 film, 135 slide, 110 film, and 126 film|
|Picture Effects||Black & White, Slides, Negatives|
|Light Source||LED back light flat pad|
|TV Out Type||NTSC/PAL|
|Built-In Memory||64 MB|
|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 3.6 x 3.9 inches / 101.6 x 91.4 x 99.1 mm (HxWxD)|
|Power Supply||AC/DC (USB), Input: 100~240V, 50/60 Hz 0.2A. Output: 5V, 1A|
This film scanner is simple to operate and allows you to digitize your photo memories. Just what I was looking for!Cheryl J 5
This does not work. It's saved the photos to the computer, but I've tried two regular computers and a macbook and it's not installing any thing to save it onto the computer. Talk about frustrating! Even when I tried to save it onto a SD card to put into my computer it just showed 0%, even after 3 hours!Angela W 1
Do not waste your time.
Quick way to view slides and save to SD card.Kenneth T. 4
Easy setup and functionality.
Worked well until the USB port broke off after a couple weeks of use.Joseph S. 4
Worked great for 10 minutes. Then refused to power on. Can't find support to contact anywhere .. really angry about this.Eileen R 1
Love itDiane H 5
I'm pleasedCaroler67 5
would not buy againGordon 1
After a few tries it worked really well. I had to add the card to my computer. I haven’t figured out how to get the images directly onto the computer, if it has that capability.Steve 5
Does a decent job of transferring slides, gives a nice sharp rendition. Color correction works pretty well but requires a lot of button-pushing and cursoring around, so no time for that when transferring several hundred old slides all with dye shift. Of course, most of them aren't worth the effort in the first place, but at least they're preserved and for the few that deserve special treatment I can either work with the digital image in Photoshop or transfer the slide again and color correct that way. Anyway, it's just an $80 device so no complaints.Amazon Customer 5
Not easy to useJames C 4
Delivered promptly. Easy to understand and use. Provides excellent images of slides. File naming is awkward but can be overcome at PC level.John W. 5
Good value product. Easy to use. Scanning all my dad's old slides and it does a great job. Julie is customer service is awesome!Ken K 5
It is easy to use and I have gotten about 1/2 through my b/w negatives. Lots of color negatives to go. The quality is better than my photography & development skills.Tom A. 4
I think I would have liked a focus mechanism but maybe that would add too much expense. The price was one of the reason I chose this product.
Actually the biggest issue which I haven't really figured out how to handle is the date and file naming. The date should reflect the current date rather than defaulting some arbitrary date in the past. The file naming is a problem if I upload to my PC in the same file directory. If I use an SD drive without all the previous scans on it will repeat their filenames. That's because it starts out on the default beginning date on an empty disc. If the device could hold the current date then file naming would follow the date, like on my camera.
Once again I don't know if this would increase the cost I could just download to separate folders on my PC and rename there.
I absolutely loved the convenient way of saving my scanned slides onto the SD card. This allows easy transfer to my computer for subsequent naming and filing my many historical family slides. Great design.See all reviews Bill 5