Digital Film Scanner (convert negatives into digital format)

Film scanner


Lets you turn your old 35mm film into modern digital photos
Can be used independently on a computer thanks to the built in SD card slot

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R 995 incl. VAT

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Backup those old slides and negatives for safety, humidity and age can wear down even the best saved film, so digitize your old film stock now so you do not lose any precious old photos!

Teachers and librarians can take old slides and turn them into JPEG files to use on computers and carry around more easily.

Help your parents or grandparents share the old family photos with the younger generation!

Supports NTSC/PAL TV out interface through a 3.5mm video jack and features Real-time actual live color preview on LCD.

Use it as a teaching/presentation aid!

Designed to work with 35mm negatives, slides and roll film, this film scanner lets you turn your old 35mm film into modern digital photos and can be used independently of a computer thanks to the built in SD card slot. Once you digitize them into JPG files they can be copied, moved, duplicated freely with a simple click of a mouse!


Color: Black
LCD screen: 2.4 Inch TFT (480 x 234)

35mm Color
35mm B & W
Negative Film
Color Slide
Black and White Slide

Picture Scan:

Image Format: JPG
Image Sensor: 5.0 MP
Image Size: 2592x1944
Scan Quality: 1800dpi
Buttons / IO:

Power ON/OFF
2 GB SD Card Slot (support up to 32 GB SDHC, not included)
Film Tray Feed
USB/Power IN

Picture Adjustment:

Rotate +/- 90
Auto Exposure (6 levels of manual adjustment)
Power Supply: 5V via USB or Power Adapter (100-240V)
Dimensions: 88mm (L) x 86mm (W) x 102mm (H)
Weight: 300g

Package Includes:

1 x 35mm Film Scanner
1 x Video out Cable (Length 150cm)
1 x Instruction Book
1 x Positive board holder
1 x Negative board holder
1 x Slide Tray
1 x USB cable (Length 80cm)
1 x Power Adapter (100-240V, 50/60 Hz)

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5 Question(s) answered

  • Asked by Albert
    on 03/07/2016
    Can I use the above scanner to print photos direct from memory card Answer:
    You can save pictures onto the memory card directly from the scanner and then use the card in a printer that accepts cards to print pictures. Or you can scan onto the computer and then print from the computer
  • Asked by roger milanzi
    on 13/12/2016
    What about a mobile dark room? Is it included in the package? Answer:
    No it isn't
  • Asked by roger milanzi
    on 13/12/2016
    Please highlight me, 35mm films used to be processed in a dark room before they are printed. Are they not going to be damaged by direct light? Answer:
    Direct film can't be exposed. Already processed negative film can be exposed to light
  • Asked by vitto
    on 13/05/2017
    where can i view it and buy it Answer:
    Please click on the "contact us" link above
  • Asked by Elsabe
    on 05/08/2017
    I have windows 10 on my computer will this be a problem? Answer:
    No, it will work 100%

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