Kodak Scanza film scanner –$127.99 (opens in new tab)
We have just spotted this one-day deal at Amazon.com which knocks $100 off the recommended retail price of this film scanner. It can convert 35mm, 126, 110, Super 8 & 8mm negatives and slides into digital image files using its built-in 14 megapixel sensor.
Expires: midnight 13 July 2019 (Pacific Daylight Time)
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This desktop film scanner (opens in new tab) is built for convenience. It is surprisingly small, but you get a 3.5-inch tilting colour monitor for image previews, and scans are saved straight to an SD card - so no computer or additional software required. But there is a USB connection too, so you can link up the unit to your Mac or Windows PC.
Several film holders are included, allowing you to scan 35mm, 126, 110, Super 8 and 8mm film negatives and slides.
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