Wolverine Data Super F2D 4-in-1 Film to Digital Converter

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Wolverine Data Super F2D 4-in-1 Film to Digital Converter
Key Features
  • Standalone 20MP Film Scanner
  • Accepts 35mm, 126, 110, and Super 8 Film
  • Color or B&W, Negatives or Slides
  • Easy-to-Load Film Strip Adapters/Inserts
The Wolverine Super F2D 4-in-1 Film to Digital Converter is a standalone film scanner that is capable of producing 20MP image files in as little as three seconds from color or black and white, negative or transparency 35mm, 126, and 110 film. It can also scan single frames of Super 8 film. Easy-to-load dedicated adapters and inserts permit the use of these multiple film types in a seamless manner and do not require the cutting of film strips if desired.
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Wolverine Data Super F2D Overview

The Wolverine Super F2D 4-in-1 Film to Digital Converter is a standalone film scanner that is capable of producing 20MP image files in as little as three seconds from color or black and white, negative or transparency 35mm, 126, and 110 film. It can also scan single frames of Super 8 film. Easy-to-load dedicated adapters and inserts permit the use of these multiple film types in a seamless manner and do not require the cutting of film strips if desired.

One-touch scanning capabilities are complemented by the ability to have color and exposure settings either automatically corrected or manually adjusted, with results visible on the integrated 2.4" color LTPS LCD monitor. Internal memory can store up to 40 scans for offloading to a Mac or PC computer via USB 2.0 connection or, alternatively, scans can also be saved to SD/SDHC memory cards. Additionally, a TV-out jack is available for previewing scans directly on an optional television or monitor.

Standalone 20 megapixel film scanner accepts four different film formats and takes just three seconds to produce a scan.
Compatible with color or black and white transparency or negative 35mm, 126, and 110 film as well as single frames of Super 8 film.
Easy-to-load adapters permit the scanning of rolls of film without having to cut into smaller strips if desired.
110 and Super 8 inserts enable the scanning of these smaller formats using the 35mm/126 negative adapter.
Slide adapter accepts 35mm, 126, and 110 mounted slides.
2.4" color LTPS LCD monitor enables image preview and also facilitates exposure and color balance adjustment.
Internal memory can save up to 40 scans, which can then be offloaded to a Mac or PC computer via USB 2.0 connection.
Imagery can also be saved directly to SD/SDHC memory cards.
TV-out jack facilitates direct viewing from the scanner to a television or monitor.

Wolverine Data Super F2D Specs

Film Types35 mm (135), 126, 110, and Super 8 negative and transparency films
Scan Quality
Scan SensorNot specified by manufacturer
Optical Resolution20 MP; 5472 x 3648 pixels
Color Depth24-bits per channel
Focus System5.12 mm f/3.48 lens
ExposureAuto and manual
Color BalanceAuto and manual
Performance
Scan Speed3 seconds
ConversionSingle-pass
LCD Monitor2.4" color LTPS LCD
Connectivity
InterfaceUSB 2.0, TV-out jack, SD memory card slot
Memory Card CompatibilitySD or SDHC memory cards
Internal MemoryHolds a minimum of 40 scans
System & Software RequirementsMac and PC operating systems
Physical
Light SourceLED backlight
Power Requirements5 VDC, USB powered
100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz input
Dimensions4 x 3.5 x 4" / 10.2 x 8.9 x 10.2 cm
Weight8 oz / 226.8 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.6 x 5.8 x 3.1"
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I have few 8mm films, about 40 years old, some has never been developed and watched. Is this device capable to covert them? If not, what do you recommend to use? I would love to convert them to digital files.
Asked by: Ilanit H.
I have a rear projection movie projector for 8mm/Super 8 movies. I set up a video camera to record off the screen and copied a lot of movies to DVD on a home DVD recorder. The quality is probably not as good as a professional service, but it was a lot cheaper (free actually since I already had the equipment). The lamp in my movie projector is probably due to burnout and I doubt replacements are available. If you can find a rear projection movie projector and have a camcorder you can create digital files and store them on this HDD. As far as developing unprocessed film, you'll have to go to a store that still processes film or find an amateur photographer with the chemicals and know how.
Answered by: Charles E H.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Can it copy 120 and 220 negs?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Manual refers only to conversion of 110, 126, and 135 (35mm) and super 8 film. I have used for 35, 110 , and 126 and works fine
Answered by: John S.
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How does this Wolverine digital converter compare to the Wolverine Data F2D Mighty 7-in-1 Film to Digital Converter? Both have 20MP scanners and the Mighty is 7-in-1 and the Super is 4-in-1. But is one better than the other? Easier to use? Better output? Faster throughput?
Asked by: Jeffrey
Wondering the same thing. The specs look identical. I assume the difference is that it accepts more film formats (including 8mm movie film).
Answered by: Patrick M.
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Can I use the Wolverine super f2d to convert 16mm film to digital?
Asked by: Bruce A.
Unfortunately, the Wolverine Data Super F2D 4-in-1 Film to Digital Converter is not compatible with 16mm film. If you are looking for a way to convert your 16mm film to digital, I would suggest sending us an email. We would be more than happy to recommend options. [email protected]<a href= http://bhphoto.com target= _blank >bhphoto.com</a>
Answered by: Christina S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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What dpi are the resulting files when scanning a 35mm slide?
Asked by: CJ
When I open the files in Photoshop, the resolution is displayed as 4064 pixels per inch.
Answered by: Daniel S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Can I put film right from the camera into the scanner, or does it need to be developed first?
Asked by: Robert
I am sure that the film will need to be developed first. Otherwise exposure to light will likely ruin the film images. I have only scanned 35mm slides but the results were very nice.
Answered by: Mark L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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I've seen conflicting information regarding how many 35mm slides the unit scans at once. Can you confirm how many it actually does?
Asked by: CJ
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Can this scan 126 Instamatic negatives or slides?
Asked by: Ana Victoria G.
Yes it will do slides.. and 126 film.
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Date published: 2018-08-25
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