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Pandigital Photolink One-Touch PANSCN05 4-Inch x6-Inches Photo and Slide and Negative Scanner (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Easily scan photos up to 4x6 and slides and negatives
- Scan directly to SD card and comes with five in one reader that reads SD/MS/MSPRO/MMC/XD
- No PC needed
- Resolution of 300dpi
- Simple transfer to your digital photo frame or PC
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Magnasonic All-In-One High Resolution 22MP Film Scanner, Converts 126KPK/135/110/Super 8 Films, Slides, Negatives into Digital Photos, Vibrant 2.4” LCD Screen, Impressive 128MB Built-In Memory
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Featuring one touch scanning, and requiring no PC, the Personal Photo and Negative Scanner/converter from Pandigital makes it easy to enjoy digital copies of all your favorite printed photos, up to 4x6. Designed for ease of use, scanned images are saved directly to SD card for quick and simple transfer to your digital photo frame or PC. Images are scanned as 300dpi full color JPEGs for incredible clarity and quality. What's in the box : Includes converter, slide & negative adapter, SD card, calibration card, roller cleaning sheet, sensor cleaning swab, power adapter, USB cable and user guide.
From the Manufacturer
The Pandigital Personal Photo and Negative Scanner/Converter, 4-by-6-Inch lets you convert all your traditional photos into digital files with a single touch. The scanner can scan photos up to 4 by 6 inches at a resolution of 300 dpi, as well as 35-millimeter negatives and unmounted positive slides at a resolution of 1200 dpi, so you can keep a permanent archive of all your favorite images. The scanner works with or without a computer, saving scanned files either directly to the included SD memory card, or to a computer via the included USB 2.0 cable.
Pandigital Personal Photo and Negative Scanner/Converter, 4-by-6-Inch
One-Touch Scans of Photos, Slides and Negatives
At the touch of a button, the Pandigital Personal Photo and Negative Scanner/Converter scans any printed photo from wallet size up to 4 by 6 inches at a resolution of 300 dpi, providing a digital file that won't degrade over time.
The scanner also scans unmounted positive slides and 35-millimeter negatives at a high resolution of 1200 dpi for crisp, detailed images.
Scan Directly to Memory Card or Computer
to 4 x 6 inches as well as 35-millimeter negatives. View larger.
The scanner works with or without a computer. It has a built-in memory card slot, letting you save scanned photos directly to a memory card that you can then easily transfer to a digital photo frame or a computer (SD memory card included). The scanner supports SD, XD, MS, MS Pro, and MMC memory card formats. You can also save scanned images to a computer using the included USB 2.0 cable.
Easy Photo Archiving, Emailing, and Printing
The scanner returns industry-standard JPG files that you can easily archive, edit in your favorite photo manipulation software, email to friends and family, and print.
Ultra-Portable Design for Use Anywhere
The scanner is so compact that you can take it with you wherever you have photos to scan. Use it at home or at the office, or take it with you when you visit your friends and family so you can scan and copy their photos as well.
The Pandigital Personal Photo and Negative Scanner/Converter is backed by a one-year warranty.
What's in the Box
Personal Photo Scanner/Converter, slide and negative adapter, SD card, calibration card, roller cleaning sheet, sensor cleaning swab, power adapter, USB cable, and user guide.
Top customer reviews
As many reviewers say, I've noticed that I tend to get lines in the scans every 75 photos or so. When I start seeing lines, I just clean and calibrate it and it's good to go again. (It takes less than a minute to clean - you just feed a little felt thing through the scanner - it's really no big deal). Yes, it's kind of annoying that you have to stop scanning every now and then and check on your quality, but I'd rather do that than pay another $100 for a higher quality scanner.
I have only used this to scan in photos, not negatives or slides. I haven't noticed any color problems, as some other reviewers have mentioned. My scans come out true to the colors of the original photo.
This scans your photos at 300 dpi, which isn't the highest quality scan you could get, but it suits my purposes just fine, as I don't plan to print any of these images at large sizes. My main goal is just to get all my old photos out of shoeboxes and onto my computer where they will be easy to share and I will actually look at them once in a while. If that's you goal, then I highly recommend this product.
On time, GREAT price and no thinking "Plug-and-Play" connection to my laptop!
I have it connected to my computer while I scan, so I can check the quality of each scan. Give it a few seconds to have the connection happen and use the "Refresh" if need be.
I use it mainly to scan old 35 mm film and it's doing a great job.
(Reading old non-Kodak, cheap film of the past can be a problem, since the way they display the number of its frame can be different and bewildering :-)
Get yourself a FREE IrfanView picture program (if you have none)so you can very easily rotate and do horizontal flips if needed so you do not have to worry about how you insert the film in the machine (for film scanning only :-)
InfraView also has a great utility to do batch renaming of each file - somthing you might want to do after all the scanned films/pictures of a particular event is in place!.
Scanning the pictures is as easy, too. Assign another folder for each different batch of pictures or films, like PHOTO2, PHOTO3 etc. on the disc card. The little machine always saves them to the last folder created.
I compared the resolution at 1200 and at 3000 dpi and could not see any difference. So I set it to 1200 dpi - it scans faster :-)
So far I encounter no problems and a few 'problems' that popped up were solved very quickly by thinking things thru...and even looking at the manual!!! I'm kind of a computer geek, but I'm sure anyone who owns a computer can work Pandigital with no problem!
ONE COMPLAINT: I'm sure it said that no SD card was included, so I went out and got one in anticipation. BUT, it DID come with a SD card (1 GB)...a nice surprise, but I already had bought the 16 GB one :-( I can always use it in my digital camera :-)
I ran across the Pandigital, it looked too good to be true, especially for the cost. The online reviews were good as well. Overall it does a great job. One thing I will point out is since there is no connection to a PC you have no way of verifying the quality of the scan prior to actually putting the SD card into the PC. I did a few very large batches and ended up finding a bad scan or two that required a lot of digging to find the original picture so I could scan it again.
What I do now and it has worked great for about 3000 scans is I take a batch of about 100 pictures. I scan through all of them at once and keep them in order I scanned them. I then take the SD card and quickly do a slideshow through the pictures. I can then quickly pick out any problems and find the offending pictures easily. After I've verified the scans I then put them back into the albums.
I purchased this to scan hundreds of b&w (mostly) and color 35mm negatives my family had taken in the 70s and 80s for the local newspaper (Mom was a reporter). I won't be printing these images but rather post them to the community's Facebook group. I was able to scan about 100 36-exposure rolls in less than a day. All of these negatives were Kodak film, btw.
The quality of the scan is perfect for images uploaded to the web. The speed is quick and cleaning and calibration is easy and only needed every couple hundred negs.
Note that this WILL NOT scan any negatives larger or smaller than 35mm. I tried... not possible with this machine. So for the larger, older 620 film I'm going to lay a lightbox over the negs and scan on the flatbed.
All-in-all well worth the money!