SAVE OLD PHOTO MEMORIES: 14MP Digital Film Scanner Lets You View, Edit & Convert Your Old Color & B&W Negatives [135, 110, 126mm] & 50mm Slides [135, 110, 126mm] to Digital Files & Save Directly to SD Card
5” LCD DISPLAY WITH GALLERY MODE: Features Large, Crystal-Clear Screen with Wide Viewing Angle for Instantly Previewing & Editing Photos | Great for Sharing with Friends & Family or Using as an Elegant Digital Picture Frame in Home or Office
CONVENIENT EASY-LOAD FILM INSERTS | Quick-Feeding Tray Technology Allows for Continuous Loading Action, Making Scanning Fast & Simple! Includes 50mm Slide Holder, Adapters for 135, 110 & 126 Films, Cleaning Brush, USB & HDMI Cables
EDITING WITH A SINGLE TOUCH | Advanced Capture Software Enhances, Resizes & Converts Photos Via Easy ‘Scan’ Button—No Complex Screens or Settings! | Easy Options Let You Choose Film Type, Adjust Color/Brightness & Assign Date/Time
SUPER CHIC. UBER COMPATIBLE. | Device Handles All Your Old Slides & Negatives, Supports SD or SDHC Cards [Up to 32GB] & Connects to Any Type-C USB-Enabled Computer | Gorgeous Design Blends Seamlessly w/ Your Home Décor
A glimpse of the past—with a futuristic scanner!
Love reminiscing with film negatives and slides from yesteryear? With the new SLIDE N SCAN Digital Film Scanner from KODAK, you can view, edit and convert your old photos, no tech savvy necessary! This easy yet elegant 14MP scanner delivers crisp, clear, beautiful images with the press of a button. Best of all, there’s no straining to see. Watch old memories come to life on the large 5” LCD screen with extra wide viewing angle and gallery mode—perfect for previewing pictures, or for using the scanner as a desktop photo frame! Unlike other frustrating scanners that require you to remove the tray and reposition slides each time, our easy-load insert system allows for continuous feeding, speeding up the scanning process significantly. In addition to the main 50mm slide holder, three adapters are also provided for compatibility with 135, 110 and 126mm films. You can finally skip the stressful software and complicated onboard buttons—and simply scan! Add a SLIDE N SCAN Digital Film Scanner from KODAK to your cart today!
Please note you must have an SD card to operate this unit. it is NOT Included
Know Our Product
From Film to Digital
Powerful 14MP Sensor
Stunning 5” LCD Display
Why KODAK SLIDE IN SCAN Digital Flim Scanner?
SEND PHOTO MEMORIES FROM SLIDE TO PC
SUPER CHIC,UBER COMPATIBLE
CONVENIENT EASY-LOAD FILM INSERTS
Specs & Details
- Compatible with 50mm slides [135, 110, 126], color negative films [135, 110, 126] and b&w negative films [135, 110, 126]
- Interface: USB 2.0
- Image sensor: 14-megapixel CMOS
- Resolution: 14MP/22MP (interpolation)
- TV-Out type: HDMI
- External memory support: SD card 32GB
- Power: from computer USB port, 5V/1A power adapter (not included), power bank
- Dimensions: 5.27” d x 5.35” w x 3.74” h
- Weight: 13.4 oz.
Product guides and documents
I just opened the Kodak Slide n Scan. I am trying to scan 135 mm slides. My issue is that the whole slide isn't showing on the preview screen. I am only seeing a narrow view of the slide. People are cut off on the sides. Could someone tell me what I am doing wrong?
Will it show the obsolete 828 (Bantam) aperture size which is slightly larger than the 35mm aperture.
This scanner is perfect and helped me restore thousands of my grandparents' memories from 40-50-year-old slides! It's very easy to use. I edited the photos on my MacBook so I didn't really use the device's editor
Werkelijk goed apparaat! Gebruiksvriendelijk en het leert snel te gebruiken. Alleen, ... diaraampjes tot 2mm dikte gaan er nog soepel door, maar de veel gebruikte 3mm dikke raampjes niet echt lekker. Lukt wel, maar die moeten dan één voor één ingelegd worden, maar doorschuiven gaat niet.
I have a small (ahem, probably 30 years worth) of photos and slides that I have wanted to scan to digital, and earlier this year I received the Slide N Scan as a gift.
Since then, I have worked (on-and-off) scanning in pictures (on my flatbed scanner), slides, and negatives where I don't have pictures in order to catalog them. I have scanned in and cataloged about 5 years worth so far. I have started on slides and gotten a few batches, but I'm concentrating on the pictures right now.
It is fairly easy to use... you turn it on (with an SD memory card in it), select the film type (50mm slide / Color Negative / B&W Negative), select the format (135 / 110 / 126) and then insert your media and scan away.
There are RGB controls where you can adjust the color settings (Red / Green / Blue) but I need to learn how to adjust them properly.
You have to set the Time and Date each time you turn on the scanner. I can understand if you need to have the EXIF data correct, but I would be happy just to have it stay the 'current date' so I can see what order I scanned them.
In the past couple of weeks, I have started getting a 'red' tint to everything... the background color and some of the negatives. If I move the negative strip back and forth it sometimes clears up the red, but it's becoming harder to get rid of it. I will get in touch with Support to see if this is something that can be fixed.
When using the cleaning tool, you can only reach the 'light bed' not the lens (as far as I am able to see through the slots) but the instructions say to clean the bed and the lens. Not sure how to clean the lens when I can't get to it.
Slide scanning... I have run into a similar situation as Schmink has with some of the slides being tight in the slide tray. I have measured some of the slides that I have trouble with, and they are about 1/2 mm taller than wide (50.5mm vs 50mm). I did some troubleshooting and discovered they are tight due to the hinges on the slide tray... the hinges protrude a little bit into the slide 'run' and that's what makes then tight. Not sure if anything can be done about that. If I run the slides though sideways they go through fine.
Now, due to the above problem, maybe? When scanning Kodachrome slides (at 126 Slide option selected) (50mm x 50.5 mm, center window average 27mm x 27mm), the scanner is cutting off the edges of the 'pictures'. If I put them in sideways, the sides are cut way off. If I put it in up-and-down, then the top and bottom of the slides are cut off. I have tried this with the 135 setting also, in case, and it gets a little more of the 'picture' but still not all. Something is not set right to allow scanning of the entire slide. This seems to be an issue with the scanner design not allowing more of the 'picture' to be scanned.
It would be nice if the different adapters would have been longer (about the same length as the 135 adapter). It is hard to find the correct spot to insert them if you don't have enough light on that side.
It also would be nice to be able to power the scanner without having to have it plugged in to the computer all of the time. I like to do some scanning when I'm doing something else (either on the computer or not) and would like to be able to do so without having to unplug the scanner from the computer to use, then plug it back into the computer to transfer the scans. A separate power port maybe?
This is not a professional scanner and isn't meant to be one, and I understand this. However, there are some 'small' issues that should be addressed (Time and Date and the slide feed tray) that would make it better.