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Wolverine F2D Super 20MP 4-In-1 Film to Digital Converter

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  • 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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Product Description

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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Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here. [PDF]| User Manual [2.86mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 4 x 3.5 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00GIDADP0
  • Item model number: F2DSUPER
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (894 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here. [PDF]
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 15, 2013

From the Manufacturer

Wolverine 20 Megapixels Film to Digital Converter

Convert 35mm, 126, 110 and Snap Shots of your Super 8 into Digital in Seconds.

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Customer Reviews

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I am in the process of converting over 3,000 slides (about 1,800 done) that are between 30 to 40 years old. I have tried two other machines in the past and none worked very well. They were hard to use as you had to put 4 slides a holder; process them; then remove them from the holder. It was very time consuming compared to just putting each slide in the machine and pushing it through with the next one.

The Wolverine works great and with a photo editor program I can clean them up pretty good. The device allows you to make improvements to the slides but I have found that it is easier and quicker to just transfer them to my computer and work on them there.

I keep them on a SD card and can show them on the TV. Did find out that you can't delete individual slides from the SD card because it messes up the viewing sequence.

It is also a two step procedure to process a slide (push "Convert" button -- then push "OK/Enter" button) -- gets to be second nature after a while but wonder why it is necessary to hit two buttons.

So far it is working great and after I get the slides done I'll drag out some old negatives and movies to see how it processes those.

A very satisfied customer.
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I wish I could rate this as 4+ stars, because of one problem, (listed below)

Loading 35mm slides is much easier than with devices that use a 4-slide carrier. The F2DSUPER allows users to manually load slides, one at a time, in a fairly quick fashion. The slides align with very little to no tweaking of the carrier. Resulting scans are indeed 20 megapixel resolution, as shown by Irfanview. Onboard color and exposure adjustments are very handy, and allow "correcting" most color changes in very old slides.

The only real problem seems to be gamma ... or contrast. Slides with a very wide variation in light values will scan the darks too dark, or the lights as being washed out.

Having said that, the F2DSUPER is MUCH better than my previous 5MP scanner, in all respects, and is very much faster than my flatbed scanner.

Easy to use, very good quality scans, apparently quite durable. A worthwhile addition to one's "digital darkroom" if one wishes to convert analog film to digital JPG images.

1/28/2014
After converting hundreds of old 35mm slides, I can safely say I still like this device.
Irfanview shows the color depth to be an excellent 24 bits per pixel. Also, many of my faded / discolored slides were markedly improved after using the freeware, Paint.Net, to automatically correct the color balance (Adjustments > Auto Level).

Found one more difficulty, however. Some of my slides were processed overseas, and were mounted in plastic carriers. One brand of those carriers was a small fraction of a millimeter too wide to be easily ejected from the quick loader. That is NOT a fault of the device! The tight tolerances definitely help aligning the slides for "normal" paper or plastic carriers.
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Pros:
1. Easy to set up and use (but be sure to view the YouTube videos because the manual is terrible).
2. Does not require a computer to scan images.
3. Fast. Each scan takes about 3 seconds.
4. Handles 126 and 8MM frames. My professional scanner does not.

Cons:
1. Produces JPG files only. If you use a good photo processing program like Photoshop or Lightroom, your processing options are limited.
2. Better make sure that your negatives are totally spotless because there no 'dust' removal option.
3. You can't adjust the quality of the scanned image. A 126 film produces a 2MB image - period.

In summary, it does the job. It is fast and easy. It scans images that I can not scan any other way. Would I recommend it for scanning images that other scanners could handle? No. But, I purchased it to scan a bunch of family 110 film images and it does that quite well. I miss the dust and spot removal tools but I will have to adjust,. It is great at what it does.
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Just received this unit today. Ran some old (‘74, ‘76, ‘89) Kodachrome 35mm slides through just to see how well it works. After reading the reviews here, I expected the worst, but was pleasantly surprised at the results. I am a photographer by hobby, and like my pictures to be perfect.

As others have mentioned, this unit is really a camera, inside a cleverly made box.

What’s good, is it takes about 3 seconds to take a picture and store it, either in it’s own internal memory, or on an additional SD/SDHC memory card inserted in a slot on the back (additional memory card is not included).

You can use this small unit stand-alone. It comes with a USB cable which draws power from either your computer, or a small plug-in power block.

My main goal is to scan tens of thousands of slides to share with family members. For that, I think it will work well.

Details:

- Focus is OK for viewing on a computer screen. Just don’t plan to zoom in or crop. If you want to do that, get a high end scanner and take the time (3-6 minutes or longer per slide).
- 35mm slides work OK, but super 8 film is so small it results in grainy pictures.
- Using the default setting, contrast is a bit too high, and some fine details get blown out.
- Colors are not quite true, but they are not too far off either (perhaps different units are different).
- It’s difficult to use the adjustments, because you cannot see in real time what the adjustments do. You need to set it, then flip back to the preview. I tried a half stop of increased green, but it was too much. You’ll need to adjust colors in Photoshop or a similar program if you want them more correct. But the default setting is probably good enough for family members flipping through old slides.
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