ThinkGeek has the 35mm Slide & Negative Digital Converter for $99.99.
Are you the one cracking the technological whip in your family? We know the story... you got Grandma a digital photo frame for her birthday and want to load it with pictures... only to find out that she didn't realize cameras now feature "that newfangled digital thing" and all the photos she likes are in slide format... or worse, 35mm negatives. Well now you can bring your relatives kicking and screaming into the digital age with this handy 35mm Slide & Negative Digital Converter. Take 35mm Slides or Negatives and scan them at up to 1,829 DPI for easy conversion to Jpeg or whatever digital image format strikes your fancy. This handy scanner connects with USB and comes with easy to use Windows software for editing, cropping and resizing photos. So please make Grandma do some work converting her old photos from 20 years of church bingo.
* Easily scan 35mm sildes or negatives and turn them into Jpeg files
* Included trays allow for precise positioning of slides or negatives
* 5MP CMOS sensor with 10 bits per color channel
* Scan at up to 1,829 DPI
* LED backlit- light source
* Single pass scanning
* Includes USB cable and Windows software to edit, crop and resize photos.
* USB 2.0 (USB 1.1 compatible)
* Comes with Twain drivers for Photoshop use
* Windows XP compatible
Sat, 23 Aug 2008 02:20:58 +0000
Just found that Geeks has the refurbished version . . . VuPoint USB 2.0 Negative Film & Slide Digital Converter for $64.50.
Sat, 23 Aug 2008 02:35:39 +0000
Price has dropped down to $44.99 for this USB slide scanner on Geeks. And I noticed that another the following slide scanner on the same site is being offered at $34.99:
Sat, 15 Aug 2009 08:20:04 +0000
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