Top positive review
One person found this helpful
USB port, easy to use, corrects and edits pictures etc but this model is manual, so slow to use with a lot of old slides
on September 3, 2015
I like this little slide scanner, it was great for scanning 35mm Slides and Negatives, and converting them into JPG photos! It is fun and easy to do,
the scanner is fairly foolproof. Install a small software program for it, plug it into a USB port, and start scanning. It is slower to use than the much
more expensive types with a stacker function, but I found I wanted to tinker with the photos as I scanned them, anyway.
Best of all if used with a simple photo editing program like the free Irfanview program with its "Autocorrect" setting and it will adjust the brightness,
contrast, lighting and color temperature, all at one time. The older the slides, and perhaps more faded or reddish they are, the better the scanner
and Irfanview seemed to work together, to adjust the slides back to normal.
If you have a LOT of 35mm slides, like maybe hundreds of them or even thousands, you may do better to buy one with the auto-loader/stacker.
By the way Be Careful loaning this to anyone-- I loaned it to my wife for some of her family slides, and she promptly LOST the little 35mm slide
carrier for it! I can still scan negatives, but not slides and cannot find a source for a new slide carrier! Just something to be aware of.