|SVP 3-in-1 PhotoScanner PS-9000 is a innovative standalone film scanner that instantly converts 35mm film negatives, slides and photo prints into digital images. Now you can preserve all their photo memories by turning the millions of photographs now stored on slides and negatives into digital images to preserve them forever. We have created a very simple-to-use device that works right out of the box and produces a five-megapixel digital image in five seconds at a push of a button. The device features a 5.1mpix scanning chip (i.e. 5184x3600 pixels, 3600 dpi) producing the images large enough to be printed on a A4 page! Convert your old slides, film negatives and print photo into digital images with the innovative technology of the 3-in-1 Digital PhotoScanner, letting you easily preserve your memories without relying on costly conversion services. It's easy to use, just place slides, negatives and photo into the trays provided that will align them properly, then the touch of a button scans the image instantly onto your computer. This device uses a USB cable that plugs into a PC running Windows XP, Vista Compatible (requires USB 2.0)|
OK but not great6/17/2013
Good with slides but not prints. Haven't tried negatives yet
Great price, extremely fast shipping. If you have negatives, slides or proof this is the scanner for you. Easy to use works as stated.
Very poor construction and wiring8/24/2012
I got one about 6 mo ago... Internal lights kept cutting off. Found that internal wiring, connections and witches were very poor construction. I repaired it several times and got a little use from it before I finally sent it to the landfill and got a different scanner. Also you have to use their software to get the computer to recognise the scanner and it requires several steps to scan each slide.. The new scanner I am getting is plug and play and uses the photo editing software I already have installed
Photo scanner fails the job4/25/2012
In my experience, this scanner is cheaply made with parts that fit very loosely preventing accurate photo alignment. The software seems to be a very early vintage windows product and not up to my expectations of what modern software standards are. Sliders for photo enhancement seem completely antiquated.