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All-In-One 22MP Film Scanner
Converts Film and Slides into Premium Quality Digital Files

FS50

List Price: $129.99 Our Price: $99.99
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Product Overview

Bring your film, slides and negatives into the digital age with the help of the Magnasonic Film Scanner. This digital slide converter delivers outstanding 22 megapixel quality and takes just seconds to scan and archive each memory you want to preserve. You can even fine-tune your photos right on the built-in, full color LCD screen without the need to learn and use complicated image editing software.

Wide Range of Film and Slide Compatibility
This versatile digital scanner turns your treasured photos into superior high resolution 22 megapixel jpegs. With just one button, you can quickly scan and convert 35mm negatives, 126KPK film, 135 film, 110 film, Super 8 film, slides and negatives into premium quality digital files.

LCD Screen for Instant Viewing
Instantly view your scanned photos directly on the Magnasonic Film Scanner with its built-in vibrant 2.4 inch LCD screen. Or if you’d prefer, use the included Video Out TV cable to view on a larger screen and reminisce in timeless memories with friends and family.

Excellent Memory and Storage Potential
Boasting 128MB of built-in memory, easily store up to 100 photos until you’re ready to share with friends and family. Use an optional SD card (up to 32GB) to collect even more photos directly onto the scanner until you’re ready to transfer elsewhere.

Fast Scanning Potential
Save time and effort with the included fast-loading film trays. Super quick 5 second scanning lets you get through that pile of film, negatives, and slides in no time at all.

All-In-One
There’s no need for a computer when you can edit brightness, rotation and more directly on the all-in-one film scanner. Choose one of the pre-installed film profiles for a more accurate color rendition and eliminate the need for expensive editing software.