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I had not worked with negative film until I read your question, so I got out a strip of 35mm color negatives and put it in the scanner. After selecting "negative film", I looked at the first negative on the strip, and discovered that the image looked exactly like previous slide images had looked! There is no addition… see more I had not worked with negative film until I read your question, so I got out a strip of 35mm color negatives and put it in the scanner. After selecting "negative film", I looked at the first negative on the strip, and discovered that the image looked exactly like previous slide images had looked! There is no additional external software with the scanner, but conversion from negative to positive is built into the internal conversion program. What you see in the scanner viewer looks like a small print. Transferred to the computer, you wouldn't know whether the image came from a slide or a negative. To me, this makes the conversion process even more simple. (Any manipulation you may want to do after getting the images onto your computer can of course be done with any of a number of different image processing programs.) Hope that helps! see less
By Matthew C. Furze on January 1, 2014
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Angelica B. response is correct ....the internal memory of scanner will only do maybe 10 to 12 pix...
By Steven C. Chinn on October 8, 2013
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I just checked a slide and it scanned at 3072x4608 pixels. I have been very pleased with the resolution.
By tomiswho on November 4, 2013
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There was NOT an SD card included.
By MAS on November 27, 2013
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Yes, it does. It only holds 4 & they are a tight fit; but it works. If I did more slide work; I would invest in extra trays.
By Marty Fulk on August 7, 2013
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The trays were included.
By Harold H Hanesworth on October 2, 2013
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It works as well as with color negatives. What is really important is the negative condition, if is too old or has scratches
By amazingrace on November 29, 2012
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Manually fed. It is very easy and quick. We went through several thousand slides in a few days. It was concentrated effort, but it was easy. My daughter just watched tv while she did it.
By Brook on November 19, 2012
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The output is a jpeg file. It is a picture of the slide or negative scanned by the unit.
By His2tory on October 10, 2013
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dvd would be the best, Bill
By Presned on December 20, 2013