The Epson Perfection v370 is the entry level machine in Epsons popular Perfection range of flatbed scanners which have been fitted with the capability to tackle slides and negatives.
The Epson Perfection V500 possesses an impressive features list for its tiny price tag, boasting 6400dpi optical resolution as well as digital ice dust and scratch removal hardware, often the preserve of more expensive dedicated scanners.
The Epson V750 pro is a high end flatbed scanner that boasts an exceptional image processing resolution not only for scans with traditional film media but also for its handling of transparent slide and negative media of various sizes.
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The TeckNet Slide and Negative Scanner is an excellent value for money slide scanner perfectly suited for the home conversion project.
The Veho VFS-008 has been topping the recommended list for a while now, a great entry level device that comes well ahead of others in its price range, perfectly suited for the home conversion project.
The Pics 2 SD is multi format scanner that will capture 35mm and 110 slides along with negatives and also photograghs up to 5″ x 7″via the back loading section .
The VFS-002 is a good budget option slide scanner capable of scanning both the most popular formats of 35mm and 110 Instamatic negatives.
The Ion Slides 2 PC scanner will provide you with a quick and basic scan of your slides, without the ability to change many settings and without any kind of decent software you will be stuck with the image you get which doesn’t tend to be the highest of quality.
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The Super Coolscan 5000 ED represents the mid-range model in the Coolscan range, with the biggest difference from the V ED model being the introduction of a second line of CCD sensors that result in a very quick scan time of 20 seconds at the full 4000 dpi optical resolution.
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The Nikon Coolscan 9000 ED is currently the highest model in the Coolscan range, capable of scanning not only 35mm slides and film but also the medium format 120 and 220 along with 16mm 6×7, 6×9 and 6×4.5 electron microscope film.