All-In-One 23MP Film Scanner

All-In-One 23MP Film Scanner

Converts Negatives & Slides into Digital Photos, 2.4” LCD Screen (FS51)

$79.99 USD

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Overview

Specifications

All-In-One 23MP Film Scanner
Display 2.4” Color LCD Display
Focus Range Fixed
Exposure Control Automatic & Manual Adjustment
White Balance Automatic
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
File Format Jpeg
Image Playback Single
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)
Weight 0.49 lbs
Power Supply AC/DC (USB), Input: 100~240V, 50/60 Hz 0.2A. Output: 5V, 1A
Manufacturer's SKU FS51
Certifications FCC/ICES, ETL/CETL
UPC 871363019172
What's Included
  • Film scanner
  • USB Cable
  • Video Out TV Cable
  • USB Wall Adapter
  • 135 Slide/Main Film Tray
  • 135 Film Adaptor
  • 110 Film Adaptor
  • 126 Film Adaptor
  • Cleaning Brush
  • User’s Manual
  • Lifetime Customer Support
  • 1 Year Manufacturer’s Direct Warranty

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating:

Eileen R November 24, 2019 California, United States

Worked great for 10 minutes. Then refused to power on. Can't find support to contact anywhere .. really angry about this.

1
Diane H September 9, 2019

Love it

5
Caroler67 August 29, 2019

I'm pleased

5
Gordon August 9, 2019

would not buy again

1
Steve August 5, 2019

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.

5
Amazon Customer August 3, 2019

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.

5
James C July 26, 2019

Not easy to use

4
John W. July 24, 2019 Texas, United States

Delivered promptly. Easy to understand and use. Provides excellent images of slides. File naming is awkward but can be overcome at PC level.

5
Ken K July 23, 2019 Missouri, United States

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!

5
Tom A. June 17, 2019 California, United States

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.
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.

4
Bill June 15, 2019

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.

5
Daniel June 13, 2019

I got the FS51, and had loads of trouble with it. Basically, it didn't work, and ended up not even turning on. Magnasonic was very responsive with supplying UPS return, and sending out a new one. The new one works well. I'm using it for 35mm slides. The process is pretty fast. Takes about five seconds per slide to do the scan. The scan quality looks very good.I should say that the 64MB internal memory is woefully inadequate. You'll be about to scan about 14 pictures onto it. First thing to do is to run out and get a 32GB SD card to vastly expand that memory. With a 32GB card, you can stuff about 7000 scans into the thing. Now, those SD cards are really pretty cheap. Why couldn't Magnasonic have included that memory internally? Now, the manual is pretty bad. They don't say things that need to be said. For one, you cannot scan to your computer. You scan to the internal memory and THEN you download the folder of scanned pictures to your computer. You can do everything with the USB cable - power and download. You just can't download as you scan. There are text readouts on the screen that the manual simply never refers to. Duh? I should add that there is an engineering defect, where the SD card doesn't slide in easily. You have to push it hard to get it in, and it certainly doesn't pop right out like it's supposed to. Both my original unit and the replacement were identical in that regard. They include a brush for cleaning the sensor, but no instructions on how to use it. Now, the support people are pretty responsive, so if you have questions, ask them.But once you figure all that out, things go pretty fast and painlessly. Diddling with the color balance and brightness of pictures is a slow process, but I rarely needed to do that. Be aware that the slides are only scanned in landscape mode. So if you have portrait mode pictures, you'll have to flip them after downloading them.

4
Dan Lester June 7, 2019 Texas, United States

Pretty good. Digitized slides look high quality. Operations manual is very thin, however. Not at all clear from the manual, but you CAN'T scan directly to files on the computer. You can connect the the computer, but ONLY to download the slides you scanned to internal memory. Now, the internal memory is very small. Only about 14 pictures worth. First thing you'll want to do is to get an SD card to expand that. Really strange that Magnasonic can't put in a few tens of gigs of memory. That would be a minor addition to the cost, and would make, out-of-the-box, a MUCH better device. There is text on the LCD screen, but the manual doesn't tell you what that text is. Weird. The SD card doesn't slide in or out easily, you have to push and pull on it kind of hard. You can delete images when in "Playback mode", but that mode is never defined in the manual. There is a brush that comes with the device, presumably for cleaning it, but there are no instructions about how to use it. When I first got this scanner, things failed miserably. They were prompt about giving me the option to refund or replace (and also answering questions about it), and I chose the latter. The new one works well. It was frustrating, but now I'm satisfied.

4
Debbie C May 26, 2019

Great product

5
mitt gleason May 16, 2019 Pennsylvania, United States

Much asier to use than an Epson photo scanner but
less ability to improve on original slide. On the other hand,
much better results than using an app on a smartphone!

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