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Lomography DigitaLIZA 110 Film Scanning Mask

BH #LOD110FSM • MFR #Z362
Lomography
Lomography DigitaLIZA 110 Film Scanning Mask
Key Features
  • Works with Backlit Flatbed Scanners
  • Holds Strip of 110 Format Film
The DigitaLIZA 110 Film Scanning Mask from Lomography helps you get high quality scans of your 110 format film with a backlit flatbed scanner. It holds your strip of film flat and in position for getting the best possible scan of your film.
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Lomography Z362 Overview

The DigitaLIZA 110 Film Scanning Mask from Lomography helps you get high quality scans of your 110 format film with a backlit flatbed scanner. It holds your strip of film flat and in position for getting the best possible scan of your film.

UPC: 839228003971

Lomography Z362 Specs

Film/Print Format110 Film Strips
MaterialsPlastic
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.25 x 3.2 x 0.8"

Lomography Z362 Reviews

Quick, easy, but not flat!

By Robert
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-28

The 110 film scanning mask is easy to use and allows quick cycling of negatives in and out of the carrier. There is room for longer strips to hang out of the ends, if needed. However, an unaceptable flaw is that the carrier housing is warped and does not sit flat on the scanning surface! The SOLE purpose of this device is to hold negatives flat, and it falls short of that need. Whether or not this will impact focus will depend on your digitizing method. There really is no excuse for a design issue like that. Quite disappointed since it is otherwise a good product!

Good product

By Anonymous
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2017-02-19

Well made and it works.

Good solution for problem film

By Jennifer - unwilling family archivist
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2015-10-25

I use this with an Epson V800. Like another reviewer, I also use the medium format frame as a guide. I originally purchased one of these, however, if you have quite a bit of 110 to scan then I recommend buying two. I recently found an old shopping bag full of 110 negatives, so broke down and bought a second one. To use with Epson scan software, you will want to select regular preview rather than thumbnail and then select the frames yourself. Because it only holds one strip of around 6 frames (possibly 7) scanning with the Epson v series is pretty quick. However, after your 5 minutes of scanning you have to remove the other frames and refill and place back in the scanner. If you have two of these, you can load the next one while the other one is still scanning and that will help your workflow out a bit. When I'm scanning 35 mm, I try to edit in between, but, with 110 I find it works better to just load in between and keep on scanning. The item seems sturdy, the magnetic guide works great. I only wish it was wide enough to hold two or three strips of film. There are not many alternatives out there for scanning 110 that are practical for home use. I originally used a homemade cardboard mask, but, that was a nuisance. 110 is already pesky to work with, no reason to make it any harder. In conclusion, I highly recommend at least one if not two of these for the poor soul stuck scanning grocery store bags full of 110 negatives.

Great for those of us with weird tastes

By The Knoxville Film Kid
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2014-08-07

I'll confess that I'm a little odd in that I love shooting with small cameras. Smaller is better to my mind, and since I also love film, I happen to like shooting 110 cameras. This scanning mask makes it possible for me to order some Tiger film and put it through one of my 110 cameras with no fuss, then have it developed and bring it home. It fits -- more or less -- inside the medium-format mask for my Canon, but I prefer to sit it in the middle of the scanning glass and align it with an old floppy disk, which happens to be the correct length.The magnet system ensures the fidgety little 110 negatives stay flat against the mask while you scan, eliminating distortion.

I enthusiastically recommend this Mask!

By Scan Man
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2014-07-23

I purchased an Epson Perfection V600 scanner and this scanning mask fits inside the medium flim strip holder. I just carefully removed the medium film strip flapper and the scanning mask fit perfectully inside making it easy to scan the 110 negatives. I have scanned over two hundred 110 negatives. Some of the negatives were warped and needed the magnetic system used when the negatives have curled up on the edges or are no longer flat. I will now be able to archive the negatives for our family.

Doesn't Quite Fit V600

By Kelley
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2021-03-20

After reading the Q & A and the reviews, I took a chance and ordered this item. I think it will work a lot better than what I have now! I was hoping it would be a lot less fiddly with my old curled film strips, but I had to mess with the film a bit to get it to sit aligned in the mask (maybe something to catch one edge of the film?). Also, I have an Epson V600 scanner, and did what one reviewer said they did - removed the medium film strip flapper and placed the Lomography scanning mask in the frame. One of the answers by B & H said to put it inside the 120 mask but it does NOT fit inside the mask frame. I would have been happy if it fit on the film slider rails of the film strip holder but the scanning mask is about 1/16 too wide. In addition, the separator bars on one side of the scanning mask sit on top of the 120 mask film rails causing it to hold the film at a slight angle to the scanner glass instead of holding it level.

Yay a 110 film mask

By Samuel
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-08

I have a love hate relationship with these. I love that it holds the 110 film and isn't 3d printed. I hate that they seem to be warped and the low spot in the middle keeps them from staying aligned as you close the scanner lid. The warp is almost bad enough that I can push on one end and slide the other over the lip on the edge of the glass. It isn't an issue with just one of them, but all 4 that I ordered.

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Will this work with an Epson V370?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes it is compatible with the V370.
Answered by: Steven C.
Date published: 2018-08-25

Does this sit by itself on my V600 or do I put it ...

Does this sit by itself on my V600 or do I put it inside of my 120 mask?
Asked by: Eric
I put it directly on the glass of my canon 9000f without any other holder. works great!
Answered by: christian
Date published: 2020-05-22

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Will this work with the Epson Perfection V300 Photo? Does this mask fit into the holder that comes with the V300?
Asked by: Anonymous
Before purchasing, I read other's feedback and one person mentioned that this fit into their epson film holder. But it was a different model than mine. I have the V750 Pro Epson scanner and it was supplied with about 5 or 6 different film holders including one called a film area guide. This is a mylar mask that sits on the scanner bed, and I snug the 110 film mask to one side to scan. I set up a custom setting and work with that. The results are satisfactory for working with 110 film. Those 110 cameras and lenses were not exactly high end. Most important thing is to clean the dust off the film.
Answered by: Frank B.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Will the holder fit in a bigger scanner like the Epson V800 or V850?
Asked by: Sasha C.
Yes, so long as you leave the same gap at the bottom of the glass as the Epson holders does for other size film.
Answered by: Bob S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Can I use the 110 Film Scanning mask to hold film on a light table while I do a camera scan?
Asked by: Dale
I dont know as I purchased the 110Film Scanning mask to use on an Epson V550, and I havent gotten thru the 35mm to the 110 yet.
Answered by: Patrick B.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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