Transfer all your old negatives, slides and photos to preserve your precious memories in digital format
- Better, Faster and Easier to use than any Conventional Scanner
- Instant Capturing Technology digitizes high-resolution jpeg files within seconds
- Capture 3.5" x 5", 4" x 6", 5" x 7" photo sizes and 35mm film slides or negatives
- Handy connection to USB-enabled PC for data transfer and power
- No warm-up, calibration, or scan head pass needed
- You can even view and edit the scanned images on the 6cm (2.4") colour LCD screen and export them to an SD card or directly to your computer via USB. It's that easy!
- The device features a 5.1mpix scanning chip (i.e. 5184x3600 pixels, 3600 dpi). It produces the images large enough to be printed on A4 paper!
- And if that was not enough, you can also use the built-in editing software to auto-enhance the photos. You can change the colour, crop and straighten your negatives, photos or slides before they become damaged or lost. Great for archiving your family's cherished memories.
- This photo scanner is an easy and affordable way for you to digitally save all your old photos quick and easily. What are you waiting for? Get yours today and start organising those old photo boxes...no more excuses!
- Scan 35mm negatives or slides, black and white or colour to convert into digital images
- Also scans 5x3.5", 6x4" and 5x7" photos
- High resolution scanned images equal to 1800 dpi (can enhance to 3600 dpi via interpolation)
- 5.1 Megapixel CMOS image sensor
- 2.4" LCD screen to preview your images
- Save your new digital images straight to a memory card (SD/MMC)
- USB 2.0 interface
- Single pass scanning method
- Fixed focus, automatic exposure and colour balance
- No computer required - simple to use.
- Powered by mains adaptor or USB port
- Fixed focus, automatic exposure and colour balance.
- Manufacturer's Warranty: 1 Year
- Input Media 3.5" x 5", 4" x 6", 5" x 7" photos, 35mm slides and 35mm negatives, name card
- Interface USB 2.0 interface
- Display 2.4" LCD
- Image Sensor 5.1 mega pixels CMOS sensor
- Resolution 10M interpolation resolution
- Focus Range Fixed Focus
- Exposure Control Automatic
- Color Balance Automatic
- Data Conversion 12 bits per color channel
- Scan Method Single pass
- Light Source 7*2 LED for photo scanner and Back light (3 LED ) for film scanner
- Power Powered by USB port or 5V adapter
- Dimensions 220mm (L) x 208mm (W) x 147mm (H)
- Languages English, Fench, German, Italian, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Simplify Chinese, Japanese
- Operating System Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7 (But not necessary to connect the unit to the Computer !!!!! It's a STAND ALONE SCANNER)
- Film and Photo Scanner
- USB Cable
- Negative Film Holder
- Postive Slide Holder
- Photo Tray (3.5" x 5")
- Photo Tray (4" x 6")
- AC/DC Adapter
- User's Manual
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Can you also scan A4 documents?
The PS-970 Scanner does not allow scanning of A4 documents. The scanning holds a photo image to the maximum size case of 5x7". The Qpix Scanner is a single pass scanner whereby the photo is placed in a case, inserted into the scanner, image is shot and saved.
How is this powered? Does it need to be plugged into a computer?
No computer required, powered by mains adaptor.
Can you connect and scan straight to your computer? Rather than via a memory card?
All scanning is saved to a memory card, not to computer. Images saved on the card can then be transferred to a computer, where they can then be edited with software provided. No card is included, however compatible cards are SD, Memory Stick or Memory Stick-Pro.
Can you please confirm if the megapixels are 51 megapixels or 5.1 megapixels? Thanks
This unit has a 5.1 Megapixel CMOS image sensor
Does it take an Olympus XD card?
This Film Scanner does not take xD cards. It is only compatible with SD, Memory Stick and Memory Stick Pro-Duo cards.
In Resolution mode, I am offered 5 / 10 megapixles, but viewing scan results, file size is 585 kb. I was expecting Mbs as 3 megapixels = 1 megabyte.
How can I alter this or change the format of the files to tiff as they are scanned?
Manufacturers advice is that the file fize is dependant on the compressing formula that is adapted to the unit. The reason that the unit defaults the file to be small is that they want you to save storage room in the memory card so as to save more photos.
They advise using other Softwares by yourselves to change the current JPG file to tif or other format.
How long does it take to scan a photo? How long for a negative?
I have only scanned 35mm slides but it only takes a couple of seconds each.