You can take all those stacks of 35mm (photo & Archive), 127, 126, 110 Slides / Negatives, Regular 8mm and Super 8 movies and convert them into digital JPEG images to share and preserve them forever.
Wolverine has created a very simple to use device to convert all your film into 20 Megapixels digital images in seconds. So simple to use, it only requires a push of a button. No computer or software is needed. Use it right out of the box to convert all your film by plugging it into an AC outlet or any USB port. All images are saved into its internal memory or direct to an optional SD/SDHC memory card. Easily connects to any Windows PC or MAC, to offload images or view on TV (TV Cable not included).
- Convert 7 type of Film into Digital in SECONDS. Converter of Slides & Negatives into digital JPEG's for 35mm, 127, 126KPK, 110 and 35mm library Archives.
- Take JPEG snapshots from your 8mm and Super 8 Reels and recompile into a video. Speed-Load adapters for fast loading of slides & Negatives.
- Stand-Alone no computer required. Save images to internal memory (holds min. 40 images) or optional SD/SDHC cards.
- 2.4" Color screen.TV-Out jack to view images on TV (cable not included).
- Brightness and color auto & manual adjustment. Compatible with all Windows and Mac Operating Systems.
- Comes with all adapters and inserts to convert:
- 35mm Slides & Negatives including 35mm Archival film
- 127, 126 KPK & 110 Slides and Negatives
- Frames from 8mm & Super 8 movie Reels
- Push Negative strips into the adapter for super fast loading.
- No more hard to open Negative strip holder that only fits one strip at a time!
- Take snap shots from your 8 and Super 8 movie Reels. "New" front loading, cutting scanning time in half
- Take enough snapshots to recreate your entire movie using Picasa editor.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to actually make the conversion say in seconds, also is the res good enough to show on a larger computer monitor?
I would say it takes 3-4 seconds, slide images look good on a large monitor limited by the quality of the original slide.
What is the difference between this model and the Wolverine F2D Super 20MP 4-in-1?
Models 7-in-1 and 4-in-1 can scan negatives and slides of 35, 126 and 110, also super 8 movie The difference: the model 7 in 1 can scan two additional formats: 8mm film, (which is different from super 8 mm format on the distance of the perforations and the size of the frames) and film 127, a format used for slide, the "superslides".
Can this product scan regular 120 medium format film?
No, you really need to use a flatbed scanner with a film holder for 120 negatives, like the Epson.
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- Power Source 5V DC
- Light Source LED backlight
- Convert Method Single pass
- Color Balance Auto & Manual
- Exposure Auto & Manual
- Max Digital Image Resolution 5472x3648 Pixels (20 MegaPixels)
- Display 2.4"
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