The DBTech 35mm Film Slide and Negative Scanner is the #1 best selling negative scanner on Amazon at the present moment – highly recommended!
The DBTech 35mm slide scanner boasts a 10mpx camera which can be changed to 5mpx. It is very easy to operate and can convert the pictures swiftly – and I mean roughly convert about 350-400 pictures in a few hours. – you get faster with practice.
What I love about the DBTech Negative Scanner is that you can scan while your on the sofa, you don’t need to be connected to the PC anymore. It has a SD card slot so you can save your images.
Note: Please make sure the film negatives is 3 frames long- this is to ensure that it is long enough to feed it through and to be able to assist it out of the machine
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There are still many of us who shoot analog photos and for most of us we have tons of 35mm negatives stashed away in albums at home. You might even have a selection of really funny pictures of when you were younger or some embarrassing photos of your friends that you want to share.
The Lomography smartphone film scanner is an up to date way of scanning your 35mm negatives. Just clip your current iPhone or smart phone and feed the negative and shoot away! its as simple as that.
The Wolverine F2D20 is a 20 megapixel and has been a lot of fun and really easy to operate. It comes with internal memory which is awesome or you can insert your memory card.
The scanner also has an auto brightness function which works like a charm! Don’t underestimate the flip feature it should be one of the main buttons to use after scanning as you can flip the image horizontally or vertically instantly, this saves an enormous amount of time and frustration of having to carefully loading the slides correctly.
Wolverine F2D20 really is one of my favourite brand right now not just because of this function but because their entire range is really good quality especially for the price.
Its possible to scan about 800 slides in just over 3 hours effortlessly just remember to insert the SD card properly until it clicks otherwise it won’t save.
The Wolverine F2D20 can be operated without a PC and if necessary can be powered by the USB cable included in the box, after scanning you can transfer the images straight to the PC.
The scanner will do exactly what it says it will do which is to convert negatives and slides into digital format. Its perfect for casual users, the price is right and functionally-wise its one of the bestsellers.
Another great product similar to this one would be the Wolverine F2D14. Works the same way but easier on the pocket.
The Kodak P461 is really easy to use and its pretty quick to scan. It can scan up to 4X6 pictures and is really small which makes it convenient to store, also allows you to scan both 35mm and both slides and strips of negatives which can be saved to a memory card.
The Kodak P461 also offers two manual feed slots, one for a 4 inch wide for your pictures and a smaller slot for slides and film.
It comes with a 2GB memory card and can be connected by USB port.
When you insert the film or print into the slot the Kodak P461 will automatically detect it and start scanning when its been pushed far enough into the slot…
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The Wolverine F2D is a great buy was very easy to set up, the instructions are short and informative, i found it very intuitive so its really straight forward. It scans pretty quickly and the quality of the scans converts very well too.
The Wolverine F2D was amazingly fast when converting to digital format, faster than some other expensive ones. technically you could scan two boxes of 35 mm colour slides in…
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The F2D14 negative scanner is a great option for home and it definitely exceeds the highstreet service. Its easy to set up and use and also the settings are useful. The screen is small but does the job however, there is also a jack for TV output which you can connect to a bigger TV, this allows you see much more detail and easier to work with.
It also comes with
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The Plustek 7400 feels solid piece of equipment just like the plustek 7600i. I found the CD setup was easy to install and simple to use- started scanning in a few minutes. The image conversions are sharp and can be fast when processing the negatives however it depends on the settings.
The film holder is a lot more studier compered to
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This Epson V500 is a brilliant scanner, its really quiet when scanner and doesn’t really need any warm up time, its pretty instant. You can adjust the pixel amount in the customize menu.
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This V330 by Epson is very robust and it also look pretty cool too, the software is easy to use and can quietly scans four negatives in about 5 minutes. you can scan a strip of 6 negatives or 4 slide.
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The Canon Canoscan 5600f is compatable with Mac and is a top range negative scanner and is so intuitive that you wouldn’t really need to read the instruction manual, the resolution is up to 4800 dpi and you can load up to for slides at a time.
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