Wolverine F2D Mighty 20MP 7-in-1 Film to Digital Converter
- Convert 7 type of Film into Digital in SECONDS. Converter of Slides & Negatives into digital JPEG’s for 35mm, 127, 126KPK, 110 and 35mm library Archives.
- Take JPEG snapshots from your 8mm and Super 8 Reels and recompile into a video. UNIQUE Speed-Load adapters for fast loading of slides & Negatives.
- Stand-Alone no computer required. Save images to internal memory (holds min. 40 images) or optional SD/SDHC cards.
- 2.4" Color screen.TV-Out jack to view images on TV (cable not included).
- Brightness and color auto & manual adjustment. Compatible with all Windows and Mac Operating Systems.
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Wolverine F2DMIGHTY F2D Mighty 20 Megapixels 7-Film to Digital Converter
Now you can take all those stacks of 35mm (photo & Archive), 127, 126, 110 Slides / Negatives, Regular 8mm 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 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 direct to an optional SD/SDHC memory card. Easily connects to any Windows PC or MAC, to offload images or view on TV (TV Cable not included).
* 7 Film Type to Digital Converter
* Convert 35mm, 127 (1.5x1.5 inch), 126KPK, 110 Slides & Negatives into digital in 3 seconds
* Take JPEG snap shots of your 8mm and Super 8 Reels.
* Take enough frames and re-assemble into video
* Unique Speed-Load adapters for fast loading slides & Negatives
* Stand-Alone no computer or software required
* Save images to internal memory (holds min. 40 images) or optional SD/SDHC cards
* 2.4 inch Color screen
* TV-Out jack to view images on TV (cable not included)
* Brightness and color auto & manual adjustment
* Mac and PC compatible
- Max digital image resolution: 5472x3648 Pixels (20 MegaPixels)
- Exposure: Auto & Manual
- Color Balance: Auto & Manual
- Convert method: Single pass
- Light Source: LED backlight
- Screen: Color LCD 2.4 inch LTPS
- SD/SDHC Card Reader (32GB Max)
- Power Source: 5V DC
- Interface: USB
- Dimensions: 5 x 4 x 3.5 inches
- Weight: 0.5 lbs.
- Compatible with all Windows and Mac Operating Systems
- Box Weight & Dim: 2 lbs, 6.2x5.4x4.1 inches
7 Film Type to Digital Converter
Comes with all adapters and inserts to convert:
35mm Slides & Negatives including 35mm Archival film
127, 126 KPK & 110 Slides and Negatives
Frames from 8mm & Super 8 movie Reels
Unique Speed-Load Adapters
Push slides into the adapter for super fast loading.
Now it takes only 3 Seconds per slide.
Automatically Converts your Negatives into Positives
Push Negative strips into the adapter for super fast loading.
No more hard to open Negative strip holder that only fits one strip at a time!
8 and Super 8 Movie Reels
Take snap shots from your 8 and Super 8 movie Reels. "New" front loading, cutting scanning time in half
Take enough snapshots to recreate your entire movie using Picasa editor.
OVERVIEW Now you can take all those stacks of 35mm, 127, 126, 110, 35mm Archive Slides / Negatives, 8mm 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 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. Easily connects to any computer PC or MAC, to offload images or view them direct onto TV’s (TV Cable not included).Features Convert 7 type of Film into Digital in SECONDS Converter of Slides & Negatives into digital JPEG’s for 35mm, 127, 126KPK, 110 and 35mm library Archives Take JPEG snapshots from your 8mm and Super 8 Reels and recompile into a video UNIQUE Speed-Load adapters for fast loading of slides & Negatives Stand-Alone no computer required Save images to internal memory (holds min. 40 images) or optional SD/SDHC cards2.4" Color screen TV-Out jack to view images on TV (cable not included)Brightness and color auto & manual adjustment Specifications Max digital image resolution: 5472x3648 Pixels (20 Megapixels)Exposure: Auto & Manual Color Balance: Auto & Manual Data Conversion: 24 bits per color channel Convert method: Single pass Light Source: LED backlight Screen: Color LCD 2.4" LTPSSD/SDHC Card Reader Power Source: 5V DC Interface: USB Dimensions: 4 x 3.5 x 4 inches Weight: 0.5 lbs. Compatible with all Windows and Mac Operating Systems Box Weight & Dim: 2 lbs., 6.2x5.4x4.1 inches IncludedF2D-Mighty Unit135mm/127/126 Slides Adapter110 Slides Insert135mm Negatives Strip Adapter110 Negatives Strip Insert8mm and Super 8mm Film Insert AC-USB power adapter USB Power/Data cable Cleaning Stick User Manual.
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1) This unit is basically a camera that shoots a digital image of your backlit slide. It's that simple and that's why it takes a shot instantly.
2) Because it's using a small camera sensor and not scanning the slide it actually will introduce some of its own color issues that are inherent to that sensor.
3) Assuming you have well exposed slides and negatives, it will do a credible job. You will need some good post software to get more out of your images. The sensor is clearly lacking in dynamic range, so with brighter images I can do better by adjusting the unit brightness down to control highlights.
4) Compared to my dedicated scanner this little beast really can give good results, but old film is going to need help after you convert. Sharpness is very good, enough to see film grain. If your unit does not give this quality then you may have a bad unit. Sharpness is not among the weaknesses.
5) Color is your enemy. It's not giving a RAW file of any kind. It's just a JPEG, so if the color is not correct you've got work to do. If your source is poor, this thing will only make it worse.
6) Some folks will have low to moderate expectations for this unit and they'll be happy. Others will not have the skills to get more out of it. If you want really good results a higher end unit may be needed, but I find this okay for more casual work. It's also nice that it does not need the computer all the time.
7) Slides will give you the best results. Negatives need color balancing and it's not always easy to do. But as a simple test I took a wedding pic negative that I also had a print from and tried to match it. I was able to get pretty close and even improve on the color slightly. The original paper print was a 5X7 and I made a 8X10 from the Wolverine's shot using my Epson R2000. Results were fine.
In my opinion this is a good device and can actually do some good work with it. I even did a job fixing some old concert slides (they had emulsion damage) and the Wolverine was fine for this. Those seeking to archive old film or make some prints should be happy, assuming they know a few things about post processing.
The Good Captain
No. Sadly it is not - why not? Because there is no commitment to this product. They don't even ship it with their own software. The video that they suggest shows the "demonstrator" using google picasa. Which would be fine except that google doesn't make picasa for this application. So the current version of picasa doesn't do what is necessary to make this product "work". How is that ? The current version of picasa doesn't allow the user to make the video (the flip of the pictures) to go fast enough to make the output video fluid. So that is flaw #1 - they don't ship a finished product.
Issue 2 - how can you ship a product that - at it's core - knows that in order to use the product the user will be taking 10's of thousands of pictures and then have that user do a 2 step process to take each picture? I mean - what? At least make the product in such a way that you take one action (one press of the button) per picture. Correct? Not this product - it takes two presses for each picture. This is key because after a while you get into this pattern of pressing too many buttons just to "move the process forward". This is an easy fix and just goes to show that - despite this not being the first iteration of the product (not version 1.0) they still haven't mastered the basics.
Issue 3 - As you advance the film and align it to take a photo there is no click or lock. This means that when you actually go through the two step process (see issue 2) you don't know if you have perfectly aligned the shot in the film. So the result is that it's a little off with each picture. This results in a "flutter" effect in the finished product as the final film goes "up and down" as you view it. Not good.
Issue 4 - The demo video suggests that you can skip every 16-20 inches and come out with a finished product that maintains the flow of the source (original). This is not true. In order to achieve anything close to your original product you would need to take every frame of the source material. Can you imagine how many pictures (two step clicks - see issue 2) it would take to reproduce 30 minutes of 8mm film?
Lastly - and most importantly the finished product was not better then playing your 8mm on a wall and recording the image with your camcorder.
Now I should clarify - my review is ONLY for 8mm or Super 8 movie transfer. This product may be perfectly fine for all other uses and that is why I’m giving it a 3 star. Not everyone will purchase it to transfer 8mm or Super 8 film.