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Features a very simple to use device to convert all your film into to 20 Megapixels digital images in seconds.

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Pros

Good quality scan

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Fast

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Easy to use

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Produces JPG files only

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Now you can take all those stacks of 35mm, 126, 110 Slides / Negatives 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 to 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 optional SD/SDHC memory card, up to 32GB capacity. Easily connects to any Windows PC or MAC, to offload images or view on TV (TV Cable not included).

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Features

  • Convert 35mm, 110, 126KPK and Super 8 Slides & Negatives into digital in SECONDS
  • Unique Speed-Load adapters for fast loading slides & Negatives
  • Stand-Alone no computer required
  • Save images to internal memory (holds min. 40 images) or optional SD/SDHC cards
  • Compatible with all Windows and Mac Operating Systems
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Color Options

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • I have 50 year old slides that have faded. Is it worth trying to convert them and restore with this tool?

    Yes it is worth it, scan them using the wolverine device, then use photoshop to restore, if your not an expert in photoshop, then contact a professional restorer who will put the colors and grey scale back in for you.

  • Can it be used under European AC voltage (220-240V)?

    The AC adapter is 110-220V.

  • Can the Wolverine be used to view slides/negatives?

    Yes you can see the slide/negative before you scan on the display built into the Wolverine. This is the easiest to use scanner out there.

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