35mm Negative Film Slide Scanner USB 5.15 Mega CMOS Sensor Digital Image Photo Color Copier Windows

September 11, 2013 - Comment

Specifications: – Image sensor: 1/3,2′ inch 5.15 mega CMOS sensor – Lens specification: Fix Focus Lens F/NO= 2.8/f= 4.76mm – Color balance: Automatic – Scan high resolution: 1800dpi(enhances to3600 dpi via interpolation) – PC Interface: USB 2.0 – Focus range: Fixed focus – Image Capture Res: 135 film, 2592 x 1728 pixels(3:2) – Scan Method:

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Specifications:

– Image sensor: 1/3,2′ inch 5.15 mega CMOS sensor

– Lens specification: Fix Focus Lens F/NO= 2.8/f= 4.76mm

– Color balance: Automatic

– Scan high resolution: 1800dpi(enhances to3600 dpi via interpolation)

– PC Interface: USB 2.0

– Focus range: Fixed focus

– Image Capture Res: 135 film, 2592 x 1728 pixels(3:2)

– Scan Method: Single pass

– Power: from USB port

– Light source: Black light(3 white LED)

– System requirments: Support Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7/Mac10.5 above

– Dimensions: 8.1(H) x 10.6(W) x 10(L) cm

110 film holder not included

Product Features

  • Digitize your old picture
  • Handle B&W and color film, include slide 135 film
  • High-end 1/3 CMOS image sensor with 3600 optical resolution
  • Automatic exposure control and color balance
  • USB 2.0 high speed scan and preview

Comments

William Hall says:

Slide Copier Received as ordered had a “little” software problem, suppliers helped enormously to accomodate, alls well at the end.Really pleased with purchase. Old and very old slides copied to digital. Because of problem a bit of extra time needed but all OK with results.

Wherry says:

Same as the Summit version but at half the price!! Did a fair job of copying about 800 old family slides over 3 evenings and gave good picture quality (for family snaps etc.) Cheaper than paying someone to do it for you. I will be selling mine now that I have done all my slides. Overall impression – not bad!

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