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Information - Mick & Tony present the 7dayshop.com economy 35mm negative scanner

Discussion in 'Photography and Video Forum' started by Styru, Apr 11, 2013.

  1. Styru

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    So, my kids bought me one of these for Christmas:


    £45 from 7dayshop.com

    Very much on the cheap and cheerful end of the scale - but results are really not that bad.

    It is 'stand-alone' - pics can be previewed on it's screen and scanned straight to its memory card - doesn't need connecting to a PC/laptop,
    so no software to mess with.

    Very easy to use - I've not even looked at the instruction book!!

    As an example here are my pics of Mick and Tony, who, in the 1980's spent their days drinking in Lady Herberts Gardens in the center of Coventry.

    These are from 30 year old, badly stored, negatives, scanned with the above....



    [​IMG] [​IMG]


    Not a bad way of resurrecting those old negs. or getting into film photography (develop only is a lot cheaper than 'develop and print' or 'develop and scan') :thumb

    For some further shots, taken on film, developed in a mix of instant coffee, vitamin C and washing soda - then scanned with this, take a look at the following report:

    #1 Styru, Apr 11, 2013
    Last edited: Mar 21, 2015

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