Digitize Your Old Memories
Have any old films or slides? Here’s the perfect device to help you easily organize and eternalize them.
This Film & Slide Scanner sports a powerful 14-megapixel sensor that reads every detail contained in your 35mm slides and negatives, 110, 126KPK, and Super 8 slides and negatives.
#1 Slide Scanner In The World!
Instantly view your scanned photos directly on the our Film Scanner with its built-in vibrant 2.4 inch LCD screen. Or if you’d prefer, use the included Video Out TV cable to view on a larger screen and reminisce in timeless memories with friends and family.
Save time and effort with the included fast-loading film trays. Super quick 5 second scanning lets you get through that pile of film, negatives, and slides in no time at all.
There’s no need for a computer when you can edit brightness, rotation and more directly on the all-in-one film scanner. Choose one of the pre-installed film profiles for a more accurate color rendition and eliminate the need for expensive editing software.
Just what we needed it for! Easy to use & get slides centered perfectly.
It does just what I was hoping. Makes clear perfect images of slides. Haven't done many but, the ones I did are over 61 years old and I am more than pleased with the results.
Does what it is suppose to do.
This little slide scanner is the best investment I've made in a long time
Love this little thing! Super easy to use. I was able to scan 400+ slides and they look great. The small screen was enough for me to see how well the picture scanned and they look good when I transferred them all to the computer. Now that I know what all the slides are, I might take a select few that I would like to have printed out to a professional to scan with higher megapixels
Took 5 minutes to set up - a 4gb card gives you around 3000 photos set at 10 megapixel.
I processed 500 negatives and got them onto the laptop in just under an hour. Quality of shots is amazing considering some negatives are 40+ years old (digitalising late in laws negatives)
Brill idea to be able to share photos across the family more easily
Photo shared shows quality of a photo taken probably in the 70s / 80s
I wanted to copy a lot of very old 35mm slides which belonged to my father, most are over 50 years old. It is so simple to use, easy to select type of film and copy to sd card. You have to select the appropriate setting to be able to read from the scanner via USB - or just transfer the sd card. I haven't opened the instructions, a few minutes playing with the settings gave me everything I needed, I would say most of the negative reviews were issues which could have been solved with a bit of perseverance! Sample image is from basic settings without any subsequent alteration or enhancement. I remember camping in that tent as a boy!
This 35 mm negative viewer met all of my needs. I bought a few other ones without success. This little machine worked easily and the images were very clear. My husband downloaded them to our computer with a USB cord. He then transferred them to his phone. The pictures are clear and the colors are accurate. I am so glad I bought this item. I have been looking for a device to view my old negatives and this exceeded my expectations.
Attached are two copies taken from slides over 50 years old! They haven't made it to Photoshop yet, but I am very pleased with the quality results from this inexpensive scanner. I am not a professional but it is wonderful to finally have some college memories in digital form. Yes, you do one at a time, but it's easy to do while watching TV!
I have a whole Rubbermaid plastic container full of negatives from just a few years ago to all the way back to the seventies The pictures were ruined by water, however the negatives were safe in plastic pouches so I have negatives of our lives over the past fifty years. I pulled a loose negative that was just laying on top of the box and it was our first dog sitting on our bed. So memory lane here we come. It’s simple to use. Slide a negative Into the machine using the proper negative holder, the buttons for flipping negatives or turn it are conveniently located on the top. Says it has one hundred and twenty eight built in megabytes of storage and is twenty two megapixel camera for the negatives.
I gave to husband for Christmas gift and he is using it as I type....
He is very pleased and from the pictures coming out of it.
I am very happy with purchase....very clear photos scanned from slides to PC via USB
I dont like to buy junk and this is giving out very clear conversions...
It is a small unit so dont think printer size its more like a small canister the slides slide in on a tray and something magical happens inside..
Photo above was taken with a Brownie Camera back in 1958
I used some sharpening in Photoshop and auto color correction ...provided a before after with Photoshop, but for most part it is how the slides looked.... we were lucky to have such well preserved memories....
Old negatives was the main use. Haven't done the slides yet.
Great slide converter for slides taken in 1969 in Hawaii. Good color and brightness and clarity is decent too.
I have needed something to digitize my negatives and slides from pre-digital age for a long time. This answered the need very well.
I wanted to digitize my grandparent’s slides. I did all 500 in one evening! Easy to use and the quality is fine for my purposes (just viewing and sharing with family). The photo is one I scanned with this machine; no adjustments to any of the settings, just used it as-is.