TeckNet® 5M/10M Slide, Negative and Black/White Film Scanner to SD Card, With 32MB Build-in Memory – Full Black

September 11, 2013 - Comment

Product Features 5MP CMOS sensor with 3600 DPI scans and 2592 x 1680 pixels Preview or review images on pop up 2.4 ich LCD screen, no computer required Convert Slides and Pictures to SD Still image: 5M and 10M, External memory card: MMC/SD/SDHC, Internal memory: 32MB Build-in No AC Power Adapter is included, but the

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Product Features

  • 5MP CMOS sensor with 3600 DPI scans and 2592 x 1680 pixels
  • Preview or review images on pop up 2.4 ich LCD screen, no computer required
  • Convert Slides and Pictures to SD
  • Still image: 5M and 10M, External memory card: MMC/SD/SDHC, Internal memory: 32MB Build-in
  • No AC Power Adapter is included, but the scanner is compatible with 5V 500ma-1A USB AC Charger/External Battery

Comments

Mr. David J. Gould says:

Excellent little scanner With so little room on my workstation I needed a scanner with a small footprint but big performance…and this one has it in spadefuls. Very quickly we have saved slides from the 1950s into digital format to be saved onto various forms of media. Also the the negative reader works well as does the Black and white…all together I am very happy with this purchase…and it is quick to use.

Mr. Peter G. Longley says:

Lost memory recall. This was a Christmas present and one which has kept me busy since. I cannot get over the fact that such a small itemcould give me so much pleasure. It is simple to use and its performance belighs its size. I have already salvaged 1250 -30 – 40 year old colour slides, of which over 90% have been successfully copied onto a SD card. The rest had suffered from beingstored and forgotten about. The quality of the pictures if printed are not as good as one one get today using the modern camera,but when the card is used on the computer screen then the quality becomes almost equal, to my amazement. I can now look at myfamily when young, so clearly and without having to find a projector and screen.I have now tried to copy old colour negatives (150 so far) on to a SD card and again cannot believe the simplicity of doing thatas well. Again when seen on the computer screen the photos are as good as the prints which were produced at the time.I timed…

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