SAVE OLD PHOTO MEMORIES: 14MP Digital Film Scanner Lets You View, Edit & Convert Your Old Color & B&W Negatives [135, 110, 126mm] & 50mm Slides [135, 110, 126mm] to Digital Files & Save Directly to SD Card
5” LCD DISPLAY WITH GALLERY MODE: Features Large, Crystal-Clear Screen with Wide Viewing Angle for Instantly Previewing & Editing Photos | Great for Sharing with Friends & Family or Using as an Elegant Digital Picture Frame in Home or Office
CONVENIENT EASY-LOAD FILM INSERTS | Quick-Feeding Tray Technology Allows for Continuous Loading Action, Making Scanning Fast & Simple! Includes 50mm Slide Holder, Adapters for 135, 110 & 126 Films, Cleaning Brush, USB & HDMI Cables
EDITING WITH A SINGLE TOUCH | Advanced Capture Software Enhances, Resizes & Converts Photos Via Easy ‘Scan’ Button—No Complex Screens or Settings! | Easy Options Let You Choose Film Type, Adjust Color/Brightness & Assign Date/Time
SUPER CHIC. UBER COMPATIBLE. | Device Handles All Your Old Slides & Negatives, Supports SD or SDHC Cards [Up to 32GB] & Connects to Any Type-C USB-Enabled Computer | Gorgeous Design Blends Seamlessly w/ Your Home Décor
- Compatible with three film types
- Instantly preview images
- Connect and display images on your TV
- Large, clear LCD screen for viewing
- One-touch scanning
- Continuous feed option for negatives
- Digital photo frame mode
- PC/Mac® compatible – no software required
- Integrated image editing
- Digital Film Scanner
- 50 x 50 mm Slide Holder
- 135 Film Adapter
- 110 Film Adapter
- 126 Film Adapter
- Cleaning Brush
- USB Cable
- HDMI Cable
- User Guide
- Interface: USB 2.0
- Image Sensor: 14.0 megapixels (4320x3252) 1/2.33′′ CMOS sensor
- Resolution: 14MP/22MP (interpolation)
- Supported Film Types: 50 mm Slides (135, 110, 126)
- Color Negative Film (135, 110, & 126)
- Black & White Negative Film (135, 110, & 126)
- TV-Out Type: HDMI
- External Memory Support: SD card 32GB
- Power: From Computer USB Port, 5V/1A Power Adapter (not included), Power Bank
- Dimensions: 5.27′′ D x 5.35′′ W x 3.74′′ H (95 x 136 x 134 mm)
- Weight: 13.4 oz (380 grams)
A glimpse of the past—with a futuristic scanner!
Love reminiscing with film negatives and slides from yesteryear? With the new SLIDE N SCAN Digital Film Scanner from KODAK, you can view, edit and convert your old photos, no tech savvy necessary! This easy yet elegant 14MP scanner delivers crisp, clear, beautiful images with the press of a button. Best of all, there’s no straining to see. Watch old memories come to life on the large 5” LCD screen with extra wide viewing angle and gallery mode—perfect for previewing pictures, or for using the scanner as a desktop photo frame! Unlike other frustrating scanners that require you to remove the tray and reposition slides each time, our easy-load insert system allows for continuous feeding, speeding up the scanning process significantly. In addition to the main 50mm slide holder, three adapters are also provided for compatibility with 135, 110 and 126mm films. You can finally skip the stressful software and complicated onboard buttons—and simply scan! Add a SLIDE N SCAN Digital Film Scanner from KODAK to your cart today!
Please note you must have an SD card to operate this unit. it is NOT Included
Know Our Product
From Film to Digital
Powerful 14MP Sensor
Stunning 5” LCD Display
Why KODAK SLIDE IN SCAN Digital Flim Scanner?
SEND PHOTO MEMORIES FROM SLIDE TO PC
SUPER CHIC,UBER COMPATIBLE
CONVENIENT EASY-LOAD FILM INSERTS
Specs & Details
- Compatible with 50mm slides [135, 110, 126], color negative films [135, 110, 126] and b&w negative films [135, 110, 126]
- Interface: USB 2.0
- Image sensor: 14-megapixel CMOS
- Resolution: 14MP/22MP (interpolation)
- TV-Out type: HDMI
- External memory support: SD card 32GB
- Power: from computer USB port, 5V/1A power adapter (not included), power bank
- Dimensions: 5.27” d x 5.35” w x 3.74” h
- Weight: 13.4 oz.
Product guides and documents
The Preview Mode seems to stop in the middle of previewing approximately 40-50 slides. The manual indicates wherever we are in the process that we would have the ability to double click the top left key to Preview. Throughout my initial project today, I had to unplug the power cord numerous times in order to reset the Preview. Unfortunately, I will have to return the product.
I have 126 negatives form the 60's/70's I'm scanning and this scanner picked up colors and quality not even in the original prints. Although of course, back in the day, it seems the negatives were better than the cameras or the print shops both after using this machine! I bought a negative cleaning kit also which helps cut way down on fuzz and dust on the areas in side that would show up in the photo (why do this more than once just for fuzz, right?). Love this! Never have had a scanner to bring out such color though!
The only complaint is how it picks up red from the carpet and decorations of the 1970's. Yes, even in real life those were close to glowing red anyway, but still, just high on the contrast side. I have a photo program for those, so no worries, but I haven't yet found anything to make it only adjust the red. It sure isn't enough to keep me from telling anyone like me that is OCD about negatives to go ahead and get this! Other than the red thing, its wonderful on even double exposure pics. You can brighten or darken to picture up enough to see what's going on and deal with that later in a software program.
Wish I had this 30 years ago!! Thank you!
I have the same issue as a previous review. Something on the slide scanner tray seems to be blocking part of the image. There does not seem to be any way to remove the slide tray once you have inserted it. I bought the unit to scan 50mm slides but it won't show the whole image so it is useless. :(
Don't forget, if you do not want to be cabled to your computer while using the Slide and Scan you will need a 5 volt, 1 amp adapter wall plug to power your unit.
The advertising (including the first slide on the website) says everything you need to use. Well, as it goes, it does not come with an SD card, which makes it useless. This won't be an issue if you already have one, but be aware if you don't that you need to buy one, and it needs to be 32GB or smaller.
Next, there are no instructions on how to identify what kind of slides or negatives you have. I suspect a lot of people, like me, are buying these to scan old family photos after someone has passed. Good luck finding out what the slides are without random trial and error. That's not core to the product, just something it would have been nice to have in the guide.
Other than that, does what it says.