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Pandigital SCN02 Photolink One-Touch Scanner with Memory Card
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- Scan up to 4 x 6 photos directly onto your PC or memory card
- Scans to JPEG output format, at resolution of up to 1800 x 1200 or 300 dpi
- 5-in-1 card reader supports SD, MS, MS-Pro, MMC, and xD formats
- Ultra-portable scanner is just over six inches wide and 1.5 inches deep
- Free 512 MB SD Card included with scanner
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With one-touch scanning and no PC required, the PhotoLink personal photo scanner/converter from Pandigital makes it easy to enjoy digital copies of all your favorite printed photos. Designed for ease of use, the Pandigital Personal Photo Scanner/Converter saves scanned images directly to SD card for quick and simple transfer to your Digital Photo Frame or PC. The PhotoLink is perfect for the family genealogist, or anyone who needs to quickly and easily scan photographs or business cards.
Moving Memories out of Your Past and Into Your Life
Scans standard photo sizes--perfect for the family genealogist.
Just over six inches wide, for serious portability.
Ready to Go, Right out of the Box
The PhotoLink Scanner scans digital images to most memory cards with its built-in, 5-in-1 memory card reader. The scanner supports SD, MS, MS-Pro, MMC, and xD formats, and includes a free 512 MB SD card to get you started. If you'd rather scan directly to your computer, fire it up and go--with no additional software required. Simply connect to your computer's USB port with the included cable, insert a photo into the scanner, and press the scan button. The scanner's memory card is read by Windows and Mac machines as a storage device, and you'll have an output JPEG image waiting for you. Scanning up to 1800 x 1200 resolution (or 300 dpi) is supported.
Have Scanner, Will Travel
Weighing in at a mere 8 oz, and measuring just 6.15"W x 1.8"H x 1.5"D, this scanner won't tie you down to one location. Scan your pics on the coffee table while you watch TV, or anywhere else in the home. Need to help a friend digitize their photographs? Take the PhotoLink with you on your next visit--it'll fit in a backpack. When it's not in use, tuck the scanner in a drawer, and you'll have space left over.
There's no need to use a straightedge, the new twin roller system ensures that the photo is fed through the scanner evenly. This prevents the photo from being scanned crooked, creating a perfect digital image every time, and protecting your original from damage. To further protect your photos, Pandigital includes two different sizes of clear plastic protection sleeves.
Note that the PhotoLink is specifically designed to obtain the best scanning results with 3.5" x 5" and 4" x 6" photos, and business cards (1.5mm or thinner). Other source materials may cause the scanner to jam, or deliver unsatisfactory results.
What's in the BoxPandigital PANSCN02 PhotoLink One-Touch Scanner, Callibration Card, Roller Cleaning Sheet, Sensor Cleaning Swab, Power Adapter, USB Cable, User Manual
From the Manufacturer
The Pandigital PhotoLink One-Touch Scanner helps you effortlessly move your pictures out of the box, under the bed, and in the closet and back into your life where they belong. Your old photographs have such a strong power to evoke happy memories and increase family bonding, why let all the good times go forgotten? If you pull out those old photos, we bet you will start smiling right away as you flip through them. Then simply feed your photos through the scanner's twin roller system and enjoy them later on your digital picture frame or PC. As a matter of fact, those old family photographs would make a great gift on a digital picture frame for your parents or children to enjoy as well. The PhotoLink One-Touch Scanner truly is as simple as just one touch. After your wallet-sized to 4" x 6" photo has been inserted into the scanner, just press the scan button. The photo is digitized into an ultra-high resolution image, up to 1800 x 1200 pixels and 300 x 300 dpi, and is scanned onto your memory card for you to upload to any pc or digital picture frame. It only makes sense that the PhotoLink One-Touch Scanner is brought to you by Pandigital. Founded in 1998, they recognize the need to bridge traditional and new technologies like standard film and digital picture frames, with the scanner being the device that makes the transfer from one to the other unimaginably easy. Photography captures the special moments in our lives, moments that cannot be appreciated if they are not viewed or displayed. Pandigital has shipped more that 4 million digital picture frames and is one of the top 50 fastest growing companies in the US. In 2008, they were the the #1 supplier of digital photo frames in North America. Their scanners and digital picture frames are of substantial quality, elegant and intuitive designs, they are versatile and affordable.
Useable and universal right out of the box
The PhotoLink Scanner scans digital images to all the most popular memory cards, with its built-in 5 in 1 memory card reader which supports SD, MS, MS-Pro, MMC, and xD formats. The scanner even comes with a free 512 MB SD card. Or, if you wish to scan directly to your computer, there is no software required. Simply connect the included Micro USB to USB cable to your computer, insert a photo into the scanner, and press the scan button. Output format is jpeg.
Have scanner, will travel
Weighing in at a mere 8 oz, and measuring 6.15"W x 1.8"H x 1.5"D, this scanner can travel all over the house or the country with you. One user says he set the scanner on the cocktail table and scanned while he watched tv, moving through his pictures at rapid pace. If you wanted to help your Mom, Dad, brother, or friend digitize their photographs, you could take it with you on your next visit and do the same. When not in use, tuck the scanner in a drawer and still have plenty of space left over.
Moving memories out of your past and into your life
- Perfect for the family genealogist or for organizing favorite photographs
- Scans up to standard 4" x 6" photographs in ultra-high resolution
- Scan to memory card or PC, no software needed
- Twin rollers on sheet-feed ensure a straight image every time
- One touch operation
- Lightweight and portable size
- Free 512 SD memory included
- Pandigital PANSCN02 PhotoLink One-Touch Scanner
- Callibration Card, Roller Cleaning Sheet
- Sensor Cleaning Swab, Power Adapter
- USB Cable
- User Manual
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This scanner screamed through my grandmother's album (with 400+ photos). I was able to scan them all in about 2 hours. That's incredible. However, I didn't run into a few issues:
1) Some photos just won't feed straight and you end up with a funky curve in the photo.
2) Some photos get stuck and need help. These photos end up with a lot of leading or trailing bogus data.
3) Some old photos from the 40's/50's are tiny. These really need a higher resolution scanner to be useable.
There are a couple of things that would definitely improve this scanner. A battery so that it could be used without plugging it in and a way to more securely put in a SD card. That way I could through this in a backpack and just use it.
Even with these issues, it's a very nice addition to flatbed scanner, but it's not a replacement.
Don't use their plastic sleeve. Its a waste of time. If you're only putting the photo through the scanner a few times its not going to damage it.
Be sure to scan the photos directly to your PC. If you can't, that's fine too. But I like to because I could see if 1) the scanner was working 2) the quality of the photos. Be warned - every photo I have scanned has an extra triangle of black on the left and right of the photo. Every photo. A big deal to me? Not really. I will be downloading a free application found on Google (not sure what it's called yet! But I know they exist) to BATCH crop all photos scanned using this scanner. Sure I will lose a LITTLE bit of photo, but nothing to want to scan each photo and crop each photo by hand using a flat bed scanner. The quality isn't the best either, but I will be using Picasa to both "Sharpen" and "I'm feeling lucky" settings to make the quality great.
Also note: you will every once in a while notice vertical (or horizontal depending on how you look at it) lines in your scanned photos. Don't use the plastic sheet that it comes with. I threw it away without even trying (based on reviews here). That would take forever. If you notice lines, follow the 3 steps to clean your scanner. It'll work great. I usually had to do this every 50-100 photos, but once I got through about 300 photos without cleaning. Other times, it was every 10 photos until you got a good clean.
BEST TIP I CAN GIVE YOU: CALIBRATING YOUR SCANNER with the included calibrator is the best way to get great results and no vertical lines. You may have to calibrate a couple of times in a row. This is why I recommend scanning directly to your computer - you get to see the quality right away before you scan 100 photos all with a noticeable line through them :)