Enjoy the view on a large LCD screen!
Don’t let your memories fade into obscurity—preserve and proudly display them with the KODAK SLIDE N SCAN Digital Film Scanner. It’s easy to see why this scanner’s large, clear LCD screen makes viewing images a pleasure.
Scan color and B&W negatives (135, 110, 126) and 50 mm slides (135, 110, 126) to digitally preserve your precious mementos, and keep them vivid for years to come. Adjust color, rotate images, and more, to truly bring these treasured memories back to life, then connect the scanner to your TV and get nostalgic with a high-quality, big-screen slideshow.
- 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)
Aggravating!. Im scanning my fathers slides from the 1950's through the 1970's. Unfortunately the date cant be adjusted any earlier than 1980. Customer service is nowhere to be found. I've been on hold , and the call gets dropped after a ten minute hold. Isn't there a firmware update that is being offered ?
My parents had several loaded slide trays for viewing on a projector from mid 1950's thru early part of the 1980's. Many of these slides were of my younger years growing up on the family farm and I wanted to convert them to digital. I had projected the slides onto a projector screen and took a picture of the screen with a 4K camera, then enhanced in PhotoShop. This worked, but still not the greatest results so I began an internet search before selecting the Kodak Slide-n-Scan.
The difference is quality was unbelievable. I had 3 or more pics that I couldn't digitalize satisfactory without converting them to black and white using the projector. With Kodak's Slide-n-Scan having easy accessible light/dark and red/green/blue controls, I was able to make minor adjustments to almost every original slide before scanning it. I ended up a nice colorful, digital copy of every slide! I still ran the scanned image thru Photoshop as I think removing the haze or dehazing the pictures can make a big difference along with other minor tweaks. (I even dehaze most of my 4K or 3D pictures that I take now before using them in Shutterfly or making a stereo card out of them, etc.) I couldn't believe how great the color came out in some of these old slides. Or how I could lighten or darken them up before scanning. And love the big 5" diagonal viewing screen!! Very easy to use.
FYI: One disappointment, nothing to do with the workability of the scanner, but worth noting. I had two different sizes of slides. The Kodak Slide-n-Scan only accepts slides 2" in width. The frames on my 60's - 80's slides are 2" square and they worked wonderfully. Had just a few that took a little more pressure to slide them thru the guide. But my older slides (from the mid 50's to mid 60's) are a Drewry Photocolor slide that measure 2 3/4" square on the frame (actual viewing area of the slides are 2" square inside the frame). These bigger slides will not fit/work in this scanner. Now I'm searching for a scanner to handle these bigger slides.