Preserve your treasured memories with high resolution digital scanning
Don't let your precious memories fade into obscurity. This versatile film-to-JPEG converter digitizes and optimizes a variety of films including 35mm, 126, 110, Super 8 and 8mm negatives. Simply scan and save your photos to your computer or a microSD card™ to preserve, edit, print, and share.
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- Converts 35mm, 126KPK, 110 and Super 8 and 8mm film negatives and slides to JPEGS in seconds
- Easy operation
- Selectable 14/22MP resolution
- Brightness and color adjustment
- PC/Mac® compatible – no software required
- Video-out for TV connection
- Multiple, easy-loading film and negative adapters and inserts
- Tilt-up 3.5” color TFT LCD screen
- SCANZA Digital Film Scanner
- 3 Adapter Trays
- 3 Inserts
- AC Adapter
- HDMI Cable
- USB Cable
- Video Cable
- Cleaning Brush
- User Guide
- Power source: AC adapter, USB DC5V output
- Sensor: 14MP CMOS sensor
- File format: JPEG
- Resolution: 14MP/22MP interpolation
- Supported film/negative types: 135mm, 126, 110, Super 8, 8mm
- LCD: 3.5" TFT LCD
- External memory: SD™/SDHC™ memory card (not included, 128GB Max)
- Interfaces: USB (2.0) port, SD™ card slot, TV-out (3.5mm phone jack), HDMI port
- Dimensions: 4.7" x 4.7" x 5" (120 x 120 x 127mm)
- Weight: 16.2 oz. (460g)
I have liked this product and enjoyed seeing old family slides come into the digital world. My only issue is setting the date on the machine. All my scans have the date stamp of 6/1/2017. I have found no way to change this in the manual and have received no response from Support. Since I am trying to catalog many photos, it would be nice to have this date show the actual date. Still looking for answers . . .
I purchased this init a couple of days ago and so far, it has performed well enough, even the 110 format was satisfactory. The insert was a bit tricky but it once figured out, it worked. The only thing that concerns me is after the configuration and brightness is set, after the exposure button is pressed, the settings are all wrong (too blue, too bright, etc.). Going to try a Wolverine scanner and see if it has the same issues.
The unit worked ok with 135 negatives, but the feeder-guide (which is about 4 1/2" long), and which you need to insert an adapter for 110 film, is too wide for the negative strips which are usually 4" long or so, and they don't guide or push or pull through, so you can capture the image, as intended, but get hung up inside the unit. I called Kodak tech support and they suggested I might "file the guide down with a finger-nail file". It just wasn't designed to work with this size negative, and you'll be in for hours of frustration if you get one for that size film.
Works well for slides.
Easy to setup and scan.
Even though we have option to scan at 14/22 MB, it scans at a max of 4.2MB. Not sure why.
Also for negatives when you push it through the adapter, it is not smoothly coming on opposite side.
Cleaning brush quality is not good.
Good to digitize your negatives but don't expect excellent quality.