Ion ISC31 iPics 2 Go Photo Slide and Negative Scanner for iPhone 4/4S
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- High-resolution picture scanning with your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S
- Works with 35mm negatives, slides, and both 3x5 and 4x6-inch pictures
- Includes a powerful editing app for converting slides and negatives into sharable photos
- Free app includes Facebook button for instant sharing
- Top platform holds iPhone 4 at optimal height and automatically positions camera
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is the perfect combination to the Cube Printer.(A 2 sided tray on one side is for 3 1/2"x5" other side 4"x6" prints and a carrier for slides and negatives. 2 AA batteries comes in the box.) What you have here is a photo Box that gives your iPhone the ability to photograph 3 1/2"x5" or 4"x6" pictures, or slides and negatives. You put in a 4"x6" photo, then you put your iPhone on top of the unit. You push the button for the light in side the box, put your photo into the tray (Using software you download) and you see it on your phone display. The key they worked out is the distance from iPhone to image, so you don't need to worry about anything not being aligned or movement of your hand when you are shooting your images. The light has a good enough color to make your images look somewhat balanced, but you have the ability to balance them through the software on the iPhone. Right after you shoot and review your shoot you can put the iPhone on the Cube printer and have a picture in less time then it takes me to do on my professional equipment. I don't have to much hope for the slides or negatives looking too good, cause my slide scanner is true resolution of 3800 DPI and it is a pretty good one for small slides and negatives. I don't think the iPhone is that fine up close, but I will review it soon.
Six white LED's light up the print, and shine through the slides. A white background ensures good lighting for the slides. Color reproduction is is true.
Reasonable editing provided by the software, but I tend to use the iPhone's standard editor, or occasionally iPhoto as they offer more options.
The bad: the resolution for slides and negatives is disappointing. The slide does not fill the screen and therefore does not take full advantage of the iPhone's excellent optics and pixel count, which was my interest. Also, slides have to be entered one at a time, so the system not for high production work.
I add it to my list of "also ran" slide coping devices. So far, I'm only happy with lens adapters for my SLR.
This is strictly compatible with iPhone 4/4s. Future phone form factors may not be compatible.
UPDATE: The APP update finally arrived and I am able to use the product, however the picture size must be the same as the tray or it does not work very well. Also, each picture takes time to set up, snap and then transfer from IPhone to computer to send to make photo albums. It's going to take a long time for me to get all of the pictures transferred over.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's great for the price if you have a 4s. The alignment is a little off though and cuts off part of the picture.Published 1 month ago by Josh Baker
This is a very highly specialized device. I would not recommend anyone get this as it is designed for a specific device that is outdated. There are newer and better solutions. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Monte Jeu
If you're thinking you'll get crystal clear sharp pictures, think again. The pictures will be kind of grainy but good enough for you to see every detail. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dennis O
I found a better faster easier way using a device called shotcopy.Published 14 months ago by Robert Horn
The unit itself is pretty cool but exclusively designed for the iphone4/s. It's the software app that is the star of the show! Read morePublished 16 months ago by J. Kerr