Since the dawn of the digital age it seems that everyone has a dusty drawer that's chock full of old 35mm film negatives and slides.. Those are your memories - is it really fair to let them go to waste now that the digital camera has taken over? When was the last time you took a look at that picture of Aunty Margaret spinning her handbag round her head at Malcolm's wedding? Well, now you never need feel like you're neglecting your old photos again. The new and improved Film to SD Scanner is perfect for dragging your old media into the 21st century.
This gadget is so high tech you won't even need a PC to load the photos, it loads the scanned pics straight onto the included 1GB SD card. All you'll need to do is load up the negatives into the easy to use film holder, scan them into the negative scanner and the gizmo's auto-exposure and colour balance will do the rest. You can even view the results on the built-in colour LCD screen, so if the picture isn't particularly good you can scrap it. Cableless scanning, how great is that! Of course if you feel like it you can still cable it up to your PC or Mac, but why bother? The Film to SD Negative Scanner is the best gadget for bringing the past back to life.
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The instructions wre too brief. You have to figure out when the image has been scanned. The machine doesn't indicate when it's completed scanning an image. Other than that, I am quite pleased with the machine and would recomend it as a first buy for scanners of this type.
Bought this for my Dad who'se got hundreds of slides and he is chuffed with it. It's a bit fiddly to put the slides in, but once in the pictures that come out are better than I could have hoped for.
Recently bought this Film to SD Scanner and it is a very good piece of equipment, and I would definitely recommend it.
film scanner was the best thing i ever bought! my mum and dad ab loved the old slides that i converted to an sd card and put them in a digital photo frame and they both said it was the best pressi ever! made futher copies for the rest of the family and everyone raved bout seeing all the old slides again! excellent choice for the parents who have everthing but not the techno know how! i cant download anything and was able to use this! easy peasy!*****
my husband was delighted with this gift as he had lots of slides he now has on his computer. he really was delighted with it. great when you are married to a man who already has everything.
My husband is a lovely man, but very difficult to buy for, as he has EVERYTHING! However, I was not put off and searched the full catalogue of items stocked by I Want One Of Those! As you can imagine, this took quite a while, but it was worth it when I found the Film to SD Scanner! Hurrah! Hubby has LOADS of negatives and film slides in boxes, which he treasures, but is not able to look at very easily. So this Scanner is wonderful. Now he can put them all on the computer! Thank you I Want One Of Those, you have saved me once again!
It's OK, it does what it says it does and is reasonably easy to operate. But, I have some reservations. One, it is fiddly and time consuming to use, as it will only take three slides at a time. Two, it does some automatic colour / contrast balancing, which does not provide the optimum shot. In addition to spending a lot of time loading all the slides onto the PC, I then had to spend a lot more time getting the balance / contrast right.