|Introducing the "New-In-Box" SVP Digital Film Scanner. A cheap way to digitize your 35mm films -negative and slides. An easy way to bring back your old memory. A HOME SCANNER IS THE CONVENIENT WAY TO TURN YOUR OLD NEGATIVES AND SLIDES INTO AN ORGANISED DIGITAL PHOTO LIBRARY. Have you ever thought about how to keep the perfect quality of your old photographs forever? Scanning all the prints too time-consuming and processing the films in a lab too expensive? Then here comes a unique film scanner right for you: SVP FilmScanner FS-1200. SVP FilmScanner FS-1200 is a small device able to work with both negative and positive classic 35mm film. It's equipped with two adaptors - for strips of 6 frames or 3 slides. Scanner is connected to the PC via USB port and comes with a CD containing drivers and a user application. With it you can easily check about how the final output will look like and adjust some image correction settings (brightness, contrast, saturation, hue etc.). The device features a 5mpix scanning chip (i.e. 2592x1680 pixels, 3600 dpi) producing the images large enough to be printed on a A4 page! Convert your old slides and film negatives into digital images with the innovative technology of the Slide & Film Digital Scanner, letting you easily preserve your memories without relying on costly conversion services. It's easy to use, just place slides & negatives into the 2 trays provided that will align them properly, then the touch of a button scans the image instantly onto your computer. For photo transfers and power it utilizes a USB cable that plugs into a PC and includes software to edit, crop and resize your slides as well as convert your negatives into positives. This device uses a USB cable that plugs into a PC running Windows XP (requires USB 2.0)|
It Does the Job12/6/2010
This slide/film scanner pretty much works as advertized. There does seem to be a slight problem of external light infiltration on the left side of the unit where the slide carrier exits the unit. This creates a slight darkening of the image on the left side as the unit attempts to automatically set the brightness, contrast and colors. Software that comes with the unit is very basic. I scan my images into Adobe Photoshop Elements rather than use the provided software.