Kodak Scanza film scanner on sale at Amazon
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If you’ve been meaning to upload all those old photo prints into digital files, we found the best scanner to make the whole process seamless — and it’s on sale today!
Today only, the Kodak Scanza Scanner is on sale for a whopping 48 percent off at Amazon. The popular film scanner turns all of your memories into digital files, and is just $120 (was $230) right now.
The brilliant gadget converts old 35mm, 126, 110, Super 8 and 8mm negatives and slides into JPEG digital files in seconds. It works by using “Speed Load Adapters” that allow the user to continuously load film to make the scanning process easier than ever.
The 5-inch-tall Scanza has a substantial 3.5-inch high-definition display, but thanks to its TV, USB and HDMI outputs, you can view or edit photos on just about any other external, screen. Either way, all it takes is the push of a button to save your photos on an SD card (not included) or directly to your computer.
The program’s intuitive menu makes it easy to use all the adapters and convert color and black and white film into digital memories. Plus, it allows you to adjust settings like a photo’s orientation, RGB, resolution and brightness.
With over 4,300 reviews, the Kodak Scanza is a must-have according to Amazon shoppers.
“Exceptional and cost effective,” wrote one five-star reviewer. “I started out checking with a local store on the cost of scanning my wife’s family slides that date back 70 years . Her dad was an avid amateur photographer. The cost estimate was 50-70 cents per slide.. That’s when I started to look on Amazon for other options… This product is exceptional. I have scanned over 3,000 slides. Connected the unit directly to the 70 inch TV and watched such amazing clarity. We have also downloaded them to a shared file for all the family to see.”
Shop it: Kodak Scanza Scanner, $120 (was $230), amazon.com
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