Loading recommendations for this item Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. It also comes with a built-in TV-out port for viewing images on a monitor or television screen, although the proper cable is sold separately. Others will not have the skills to get more out of it. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. I really, really like the Wolverine F2D scanner.

It’s that simple and that’s why it takes a shot instantly. See and discover other items: They don’t even ship it with their own software. Customers who bought this item also bought. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Which would be fine except that google doesn’t make picasa for this application. Does this unit process 6mmX4. To insert the film into the scanner, you use a holder like this.

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Additionally, it can be plugged into a computer via USB, for image transfer. The image will not be as sharp and the dynamic range is greatly reduced, which means a loss of detail in the shadow and highlight areas. Cheers, The Good Captain.

TV-Out jack to view images on TV cable not included. Unfortunately, the manufacturer has not published this information. You’re measurements are just shy of this and should fit in the holder without issue. It’s just a JPEG, so if the color is not correct you’ve got work to do. Figuring out what to do with boxes of negatives is part of the challenge of shooting analog photos.

Review: Wolverine F2D Mighty 20MP 7-in-1 Film to Digital Converter

If v2d continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. Please try your search again later. The current version of picasa doesn’t allow the user to make the video the flip of the pictures to go fast enough to make the output video fluid. Lining up the sprocket holes with the right side of the adapter, you slide the tray through the front slot until your image frames pop up on screen.


Ease Your Film-Archiving Woes with the Wolverine F2D Digital Converter

How does this compare to a Hewlett Packard series scanner? Picasa can’t handle more than 1 frame per second.

Generally if you use anything above 32GB, it will lag the scanner. Issue 2 – how can you ship a product that – at it’s core – knows that in order conveter use the product the user will be taking 10’s of dilm of pictures and then have that user do a 2 step process to take each picture? Then you select the type of film you want to work with.

See All Buying Wolvwrine. Take snap shots from your 8 and Super 8 movie Reels. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. And do it easily with more than a good enough image quality for what I need. Feedback If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Very disappointed in the scanned picture quality. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?

Wolverine F2D Mighty 7-in-1 Film to Digital Converter

Regular 8 has something like 80 frames a foot and runs at 18 frames a second Silent so that would be grabing a still from every second and a half of the images. In fact, almost all 35mm film scanners and converters are able to scan mounted slides.

The Wolverine is a digital converter and not a true CCD scanner. See all 1, reviews. You can delete photos, scan, etc. If your source is poor, this thing will only make it worse.

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This model and most models do not accomodate a full roll of film without them being cut. At least make the product in such a way that you take one action one press of the button per picture.


On its base, the device has two slots; one on the lower right for slides tilm negatives, and a smaller front-loading slot for 8mm or Super 8 film. But that does not mean you cannot still scan APS film.

migty Don’t know if this is because of the type of film used since the format is the same throughout. Lastly – and most importantly the finished product was not better then playing your 8mm on a wall and recording the image with your camcorder.

Dugital is a newer model of this item: Issue 4 – The demo video suggests that you can skip every inches and come out with a finished product that maintains the flow of the source original.

The Wolverine F2D does a pretty great job with scanning the photos. Skip to main content. No, unfortunately it does not. One from the F2D Mighty and the other taken with a Panasonic point and shoot camera. This results in a “flutter” effect in the finished product as the final film goes “up and down” as you view it.

It’s that simple and that’s why it takes a shot instantly. The sole purpose I purchased this product is to transfer 8mm and Super 8 film to digital media. The video that they suggest shows the “demonstrator” using google picasa. There is a company that makes custom film holders for all the major film scanners.