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Wolverine Data SNaP100 Slides, Negatives and Photos to Digital Image Converter (Red)

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  • Convert 5x7, 4x6, 3x5 photos, 35mm Slides and Negatives into digital images in seconds. 5.1 mega pixel CMOS.
  • Built-in 2.4" color screen to view images while scanning, adjusting and playing slides shows.
  • Unique stand-alone operation - no computer or software required to operate.
  • Powered by electricity. Copy up to 15GB on a single charge, USB Plug and Play - PC and MAC compatable.
  • Mac and PC compatible.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 8.2 x 5.8 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003L4O8D2
  • Item model number: SNaP100
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 7, 2010

Product Description

The Wolverine SNaP is a powerful yet simple to use device to preserve all your old photos, 35mm Slides and Negatives forever. The innovative design combines a built-in color screen, internal memory and SD memory card reader to convert slides, negatives and photos into digital images in SECONDS and without a computer!

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Customer Reviews

Very easy to use.
Bill A. Belt
It also will scan pictures in the three most common sizes- 5x7, 4x6 & 3x5, but here again the image quality is poor---poor resolution, hue & saturation.
Daniel R. Calvert
The negatives were from a 35mm camera and the originals are very bright and colorful.
Amy K. Bradshaw

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

284 of 287 people found the following review helpful By W. Glover on September 18, 2010
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I have thousands of slides and photos going back to the 1950s. Unfortunately, I seldom use my five Nikon film cameras any more. I had all my slides and photos stashed in boxes going back into the 1950s. This small, easy to use digital converter has been an excellent way being able to see those old pictures again. It takes 33mm slides and negatives and 3x5, 4x6 and 5x7 photos. It does an excellent job of converting those pictures to digital pictures. It does four slides at one time at in less than two seconds each, stores the images on an SD card and downloads them quickly to your computer. It stores the pictures at 10mp. I'm very pleased with the process and the technical support that the Wolverine company provides to get you started. It's almost impossible to find slide projectors and slide viewers and by digitizing the slides you can easily see them on your computer or TV screen.
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477 of 490 people found the following review helpful By Ancestoryguy on August 22, 2010
Not what I was expecting, very cheaply made and not worth the money. Purchased this item and had it shipped to the in-laws house so that I could scan and convert my wife's old family photos to digital media. We arrived at the in-law's house for vacation. The package arrived in great shape and on time. We were all very excited about converting precious family photos to digital jpegs so that they could be shared, saved, and protected. I read the directions fully and then began to scan the photos. It was a very easy process and initially the quality seemed great, although....500 photos, and a lot of my time away from family, later I began to notice an irregularity in the scanned jpegs. I reviewed all of the photos and I began to see an artifact, the same image in all the photos. The artifact showed up especially on dark photos, or those printed on gloss paper and yes it can be seen on all of them, some less than others. It turns out that the image on the jpegs is a reflection of the aperture in the case of the scanner. I lifted the flap were the photos are inserted and saw that the aperture on the inside is the exact shape of the artifact on the jpegs. The problem is that the inside of the scanner "box" is all white and the light reflects off of the photo and onto the hole where the image is taken, back to the photo and then back to the imager; this then leads to the artifact on the photos. I am very disappointed with the images and the fact that I did not notice it until I had completed so many photos, which I will have to redo with another product. I would diffidently not waste my time or money on the product, especially if you are looking for quality.
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103 of 104 people found the following review helpful By bregz on October 26, 2010
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Was a little leary ordering this product after reading the very mixed reviews. Having thousands of slides, I figured if it was that bad I could return it. This product has done everything stated. I love it, it is truly amazing. I have done over 1000 slides and a few hundred pictures with many more to come. If you follow the instructions and proper settings the results come out as they should. I highly recommend this product.
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39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Brian E on October 27, 2010
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I've been looking for a product to copy and digitize tons of photos I have stored in boxes. I thought this would be an easy and convenient way to shares these photos with others on-line. I have read all of the reviews posted here and can say from my own experience the SNAP arrived in perfect condition and working order and I experienced no problems as related by others. The SNAP is easy to use and copies 3x5, 4x6 and 5x7 photos almost "instantly". I have not used it for negatives or slides at this point. The pictures come out a bit on the bright side. This can be remedied by adjusting the EV setting. I have not seen any artifacts as described by others. The overall scanned picture quality is ok. There is a loss of sharpness and detail. If sharpness is your ultimate need I would not suggest purchasing the SNAP but a "real" scanner. I have a scanner but it takes forever to scan pictures. As I said the SNAP works almost instantly. If you just want to digitize pictures to save and share this should fit the bill.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By ken on December 13, 2010
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I have about 3500 slides to copy and who knows hoe=w many prints so I needed a photo and slide converter. I proceeded to buy and returned 4 different brands of slide converters before I bought this one. I finally got a good one. This model is very fast and easy to use and produces very acceptable jpegs. I would highly recommend.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Ken R. Okazaki on November 28, 2010
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After undergoing a project to digitize all of my old 35MM negatives with an Epson transparency scanner, I thought I should look into a way to complete the project quicker since it takes about a minute per picture on average to scan. Reading the reviews and products available on Amazon, this Wolverine looked like it had decent quality and extremely fast results (5 seconds per). Well, to make a long story short, the results were less than impressive. I compared the scan from my Epson to this product and there was absolutely NO COMPARISON. The Epson scanner gave me realistic and rich colors, good depth and overall a very accurate digital representation of my 35MM negatives. The Wolverine, on the other hand, gave me a washed out, blue-tinted picture that looked nothing like the original. While it did a decent and acceptable job on any shots that were taken outside, it did horribly on anything that was taken inside. Overall, if speed is all you care about and you just want to catalog your pictures, then this is fine. But if you want something that you can actually share with others and make print outs with, I do not recommend this at all. Lastly, I tried this only with 35MM negatives so it may work better for pictures and slides....
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