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A compact stand-alone scanner for 35mm, 126 and 110 slide and negative films. Two things mark out the x7. The first is that you don't need to hook it up to a computer to use it, and the second is that it uses a hi-res 14MP chip to create the digital file, rather than scan across the neg. This takes just 2 seconds rather than 30! The scan resolution is equivalent to 3200dpi, and up to 2000 images can be scanned in the approx 2.5 hour operating time of the rechargeable battery (a Euro/UK charger is included). Scans can be transferred to computer either from the SD card, on by connecting the scanner with the supplied USB cable. If you don't have suitable imaging software, ArcSoft MediaImpression is included on CD. Measuring just 105x104x164mm, it's a compact, lightweight and highly portable solution for film scanning.
To use, just select the correct holder for the type of film - this can be 35mm, 126 or 110 black and white or colour negs, or 35mm mounted colour slides - and insert the carrier.
Turn on the scanner, ensure there's an SD card (not included) in the slot on the back, select the film type, line up the picture on the 2.4" screen, and check the image. If it's too dark or light, you can adjust the exposure. Press OK, and in 2 seconds you can review the digitised image.
Also supplied are a TV-out cable, cleaning brush and printed set-up instructions.
Are from 30-40 year old originals, resized in Photoshop but otherwise full frame, uncorrected, unsharpened. Kodachrome slide, Tri-X black and white, and Fuji colour negative. The colour loss from the latter because of the orange mask can be easily tweaked in an image editing program. Full frame scans are 4416x2944 pixels which resize to 37x25cm @ 300dpi output.