Unique stand-alone operation.
Converts 35mm film (Color and B&W) negatives and slides into a 5 Mega Pixel (JPEG) digital image with the push of a button.
Automatic color balance and exposure control helps to make the scanned images look simply awesome.
LCD screen allows you to view & edit before converting to digital images.
This film and slide converter is equipped with two holders, one for 35mm slides and the other for 35mm negatives.
With this digital scanner, you can scan both color and monochrome film and mounted slides.
Support 5M pixels resolution.
Support SD & MMC card to record the images.
With a USB port and TV port, can connect to PC and TV.
Support languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese.
Compact size & light weight, convenient to use.
Display: 2.36" TFT
Image Sensor: 1/3.2" , 5 mega CMOS sensor
Resolution: 5 mega
Storage media: build-in 32MB flash card, external SD, SDHC card (not include)
Lens: Fixed focus F/6.0, F=6.34mm
Focus Range: 5.6cm
Still image format: JPEG, 5 mega, 10 mega(Interpolation)
TV output format: NTSC & PAL
Exposure Compensation: Automatic
Color Balance: Automatic
Light Source: Back light (3 LEDs)
System requirements: Windows XP/Vista
Memory: 512 MB RAM or higher
Video card: 64 MB or high top video card
Hard disk capacity: At least 200MB
Input: 100V-240V, 50-60Hz
Output: 5V 600mA
Item size: 8.5 * 7.5 * 10cm
Item weight: 250g
Package size: 27 * 13.5 * 10.5cm
Package weight: 613g
1 * Film Slide Negative Photo Scanner
1 * Positive slide holder
1 * Negative film holder
1 * TV cable
1 * AC adapter
1 * USB cable
1 * Brush
1 * User's Manual
Pretty Freakin Cool
This review is from: 5MP 35mm USB LCD Digital Film Converter Slide Negative Photo Scanner
Pros: The resulting image quality is great. There's an ability to plug the preview into a TV (not so great quality, but helps for orientation). Easy to use load trays. Separate trays for negatives and slides. Manual and menus are obviously translated from another language, but it's informative and understandable. Power converters included.
Cons: Not working with several SD cards. It says card locked when we have them unlocked. Have to use internal memory to store scans. Internal memory holds about a dozen 10 Megapixle images at a time.
Other Thoughts: Confused initially on how to transfer scans from the internal memory, but there is a USB setting that switches from scan mode to memory card mode. The scanner is disabled and the internal card shows up as if you plugged in an external drive. Getting back from that mode is also tricky, but manageable.
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