Film Scanners

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CanoScan 9000F MK II
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Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II

Picture Scanner, Flatbed Scanner, Slide Scanner, Document Scanner; Connection: USB

While the Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II is a very good scanner, in some aspects it is a step back from its predecessor, such as the lack of any sort of scanning software. Nevertheless, Trusted Reviews …

2 reviews | 39 opinions (Above average)

 

Epson Perfection V600 Photo
Epson Perfection V600 Photo

Film Scanner, Slide Scanner, Flatbed Scanner; Connection: USB

Earning a 'Recommended' award from Trusted Reviews thanks to its excellent scan quality, colour accuracy and speed, the Perfection V600 comes off as an excellent buy that will cover most …

6 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)

 

Perfection V-330 Photo
Epson Perfection V330

Flatbed Scanner, Slide Scanner, Document Scanner; Connection: USB

As far as TrustedReviews are concerned, the Perfection V330 is a good general-purpose scanner effort from Epson. Thanks to its transparency adaptor for negatives and slides, and the welcome inclusion

2 reviews | 128 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 4/2011 Epson Perfection V330 Photo Transparency adapters used to be available only in expensive, high-end consumer scanners and those for professional and semi-pro customers. More and more devices intended for home and small office use now include them, though, and Epson’s Perfection V330 Photo can be had for well under £100. … to review

 
Plustek OpticFilm 7600i SE
Plustek OpticFilm 7600i SE

Film Scanner, Slide Scanner; Connection: USB

The dedicated neg scanner is a good way to go when digitising your old films and Digital Photo suggest looking at the Plustek. It's 35mm-only so medium format isn't covered but it is a …

5 reviews | 48 opinions (Above average)

 

Reflecta ProScan 7200
Reflecta ProScan 7200

Slide Scanner, Film Scanner; Connection: USB

If image quality and detail are of the utmost importance to you the ProScan 7200 has a lot going for it owing to its high resolution, dust removal technology and useful additional features, but …

3 reviews | 8 opinions (Above average)

 

i-Scan 3600
Reflecta iScan 3600

Film Scanner, Slide Scanner; Connection: USB

The Reflecta iScan 3600 comes with CyberView X and Adobe Photoshop Elements software, allowing you to scan both positive and negative film. The USB 1.1 connection is dated, as is the design. Its …

1 review | 4 opinions (Average)

 

Reflecta MemoScan
Reflecta MemoScan

Film Scanner, Slide Scanner; Connection: USB

Although its 3.8mp resolution is only enough for prints up to 7x5, TechRadar says that if you're looking to digitalise old images, the Reflecta MemoScan has plenty to offer. Software …

4 reviews | 3 opinions (Below average)

 

Rollei DF-S110
Rollei DF-S110

Slide Scanner; Connection: USB

“Takes quick photos of single slides and negatives instead of scanning line-by-line. Only saves to SD card. Good quality only for slides, even if optimised. Preview on small display or connected

5 reviews | 1 opinion (Average)

 

More information at: FOTOHITS, issue 10/2009 Scanning with turbo speed: Scanners by Rollei If you want to digitalise slides or photo prints within a short time frame, you will not avoid the fast Rollei Scanners DF-S110 and P-S100. In test: One slide scanner and one photo scanner were tested. No final marks were given.

Optic Film 8100
Plustek OpticFilm 8100

Slide Scanner, Film Scanner; Connection: USB

ePHOTOzine think that Plustek have made some slighty improvements with the Opticfilm 8100 film scanner. It is quite good value, as it produces quality results. Currently these type of scanners are a

2 reviews | 16 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: ePHOTOzine, 4/2012 Plustek Opticfilm 8100 Film Scanner The mid-range Plustek Opticfilm 8100 film scanner claims to have improved functionality and a solid range of features. Can it match up? … to review

Optic Film 7400
Plustek OpticFilm 7400

Film Scanner, Slide Scanner; Connection: USB

ePHOTOzine consider the Plustek Opticfilm 7400 a good value purchase, they say the scanner produces fantastic high-resolution results. They do note that if you don't have the interest or ability …

1 review | 13 opinions (Average)

 

 
Reflecta X4PlusScan
Reflecta X4PlusScan

Slide Scanner, Film Scanner; Connection: USB

The Reflecta X4PlusScan will be quicker to scan those boxes of slides and negatives than a flatbed or dedicated scanner can manage, as long as you will only need to make a medium sized print out, but …

1 review

 

Cano Scan 9000F
Canon CanoScan 9000F

Document Scanner, Picture Scanner, Flatbed Scanner, Slide Scanner, Film Scanner; Connection: …

You pay a premium for the 9000F over standard scanners, but the results are well worth it if professional image quality, fidelity, detail and high resolutions are paramount. Computer Act!ve's …

2 reviews | 97 opinions (Above average)

 

Canon CanoScan LiDE 700F
Canon CanoScan LiDE 700F

Slide Scanner, Document Scanner, Film Scanner, Flatbed Scanner; Connection: USB

“... Canon’s LiDE 700F had to surrender to the subject. Next to strong noise, oversaturated colours and little brightness, it is especially evident that the scan reveals streaks. ... in this case a …

5 reviews | 75 opinions (Above average)

 

Reflecta x³ Scan
Reflecta x³ Scan

Slide Scanner; Connection: USB

“... 1150 real pixels per inch. No more than that. The strong sharpness is also noticeable in the structures of white and dark edges, which look very unpleasant when enlarged. Exposure tuning of the …

4 reviews

 

Plustek OpticFilm 7600i Ai
Plustek OpticFilm 7600i Ai

Slide Scanner, Film Scanner; Connection: USB

“Separately scans slides and negatives. Slow in high resolution. Relatively high effort when scanning multiple originals. Low resolution for scans in default setting, good in optimised setting.”

2 reviews | 6 opinions (Above average)

 

Plustek SmartPhoto F50
Plustek SmartPhoto F50

Film Scanner, Slide Scanner; Connection: USB

As it is a bit on the pricey side, it is disappointing that the automatic settings aren't better and the capture times are slower than with other similar scanners. Productivity is also poor, and …

3 reviews | 15 opinions (Average)

 

P-461 Personal Photo Scanner
Kodak P461

Picture Scanner, Slide Scanner, Film Scanner; Connection: USB

ZDNet thought the Kodak P461 was a brilliant solution for scanning small images such as negatives and mounted slides. It's compact and really easy to use - JPEGs are stored on an SD card, so no …

1 review

 

 
Reflecta ImageBox
Reflecta ImageBox

Slide Scanner, Document Scanner; Connection: USB

“The image box by Reflecta is skilled in both paper and film scans.”

1 review

 

 
Rollei DiaFilmScanner
Rollei DiaFilmScanner

Film Scanner, Slide Scanner; Connection: USB

“... Though resharpening is strong, it is significantly less powerful and more pleasantly tuned than the Reflecta device. ... Colour reproduction of the slide film scanner is mediocre, which also

2 reviews

 

More information at: CHIP FOTO VIDEO, issue 9/2009 Quicker and Cheaper Digitalisation of Slides What to do with old slides and negatives from the era of analogue photography? For everyone who prefers digitalising their photos on their own, RCP technology has launched a ‘scanner’ under the brand name Rollei.

HP Scanjet N6310
HP Scanjet N6310

Flatbed Scanner, Picture Scanner, Slide Scanner, Document Scanner, Film Scanner; Connection: …

As well as being able to process single-sided or duplex documents for archival, the HP Scanjet N6310 has the resolution to deal with negatives and transparencies, and overall, TrustedReviews consider …

2 reviews | 1 opinion (Above average)

 

 

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Product information and further reviews

Ion Film2SD Computer act!ve 5/2009 - The difference between a cheap slide scanner and more expensive one is the cheaper model is more or less a digital camera with a light shining through the slide to capture the transparency. Obviously the results will be poorer, and this is the case in Ion's Film2SD slide scanner.

Veho VFS-001 Computer Buyer & Upgrades 9/2007 - Digital cameras have all but seen off traditional film-based photography, and most of us are snapping away using pixels rather than silver halide. For those who were around before this great new age, though, or still prefer the feel of film, there's likely to be a box in the attic or store cupboard full of negatives and slides. To get these images into your PC, you need a film and slide scanner.

VuPoint Solutions FS-C1-VP slide scanner Register Hardware 3/2008 - If the 1980s revival has you itching to show how cool you were 20 years ago and the only evidence is on strips of celluloid, VuPoint’s slide converter can bring your past into the present. If you’re of a certain age, photography still means F-stops, shutter speeds and a ‘click’ that isn’t just an amusing option. It also probably means you’ve got boxes of slides that you know you’re going to have to digitise one day. Oh, where to start?

Veho VFS-001 scanner Computer act!ve 12/2007 - So popular and widespread are digital cameras that it’s easy to forget there was once a time when photos meant a set of prints along with negatives, or slides. But many people still have vast collections of either or both of these and Veho’s compact scanner offers a convenient way to preserve those pictures.

Epson V700 Macwelt 7/2006 - Until now, anyone who wanted to scan paper prints and slides, had to use two separate scanners. The Espson V700 is supposedly capable of both.

Two Eyes can see Better PROFIFOTO 4/2006 - With the Perfection V700 for around 600 Euros, Epson launches a film and flatbed scanner of a special sort: As the first device in this price category it offers a resolution of 6400 x 9400 ppi, a dual lens system, an optical density of 4.0 DMax and digital ICE.

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Slide scanners were developed to enable the easy transfer of positive slides to computers but are also able to handle the more popular negative format from 35mm. The photos can then be saved as BMP or JPEG files, or if quality is king, as RAW image files for editing in professional image software such as Adobe PhotoShop. Many scanners come with an adapter to allow for scanning many slides at once, which makes the process much more simple and less time consuming.