Wolverine Data F2D Titan 8-in-1 High-Definition Film to Digital Converter

Wolverine Data F2D Titan 8-in-1 High-Definition Film to Digital Converter

Wolverine Data F2D Titan 8-in-1 High-Definition Film to Digital Converter

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Wolverine Data F2D Titan 8-in-1 High-Definition Film to Digital Converter

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Product Highlights

  • Scan 35mm, 110, 127, 126, and APS Film
  • Works with 8mm & Super 8 Movies
  • 20MP Scan Resolution: 5472 x 3648
  • Scan Speed: 3 Seconds
  • 4.3" Color LCD Screen
  • Auto & Manual Brightness & Color Balance
  • Speed-Load Adapters for Slides/Negatives
  • Saves Images as JPEGs
  • Internal Memory & SD/SDHC Card Slot
  • Mini-USB and HDMI Ports; AC or USB Power
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Wolverine Data F2D overview

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Rapidly digitize your negatives, slides, and 8mm movies with this F2D Titan 8-in-1 High-Definition Film to Digital Converter from Wolverine Data. Able to work with 35mm, 110, 127, 126 and APS format films as well as 8mm and Super 8 movies, this scanner can help you scan almost all of your precious memories. Using a 20MP sensor, it can deliver high resolution scans up to 5472 x 3648 pixels in just 3 seconds. Users can view these images using the large 4.3" color LCD as well as tweak brightness and color balance settings. For smooth, fast scanning, the F2D Titan uses speed-load adapters dedicated to each format of slide or negative and then saves the images as JPEGs to either internal memory or an optional SD/SDHC memory card. Additionally, users can connect to a computer via a mini-USB port or output directly to a TV over HDMI. It is also easily powered via the USB connection and can be connected to AC power using the included power adapter.

Supports 35mm slides in typical cardboard mounts, 35mm unmounted slides, 35mm negatives, 110, 127, 126, and APS format films as well as 8mm and Super 8 movies. Please note that some thicker 35mm slide mounts may not be compatible.
Speed-Load adapters for quickly loading film strips and slides
Single pass operation with LED backlight
Internal memory can hold up to 40 images
Compatible with Mac and Windows-based computers
UPC: 040074274914
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Wolverine Data F2D Titan 8-in-1 High-Definition Film to Digital Converter
  • 35mm Negative Adapter
  • 35mm Slide Adapter
  • 110/APS Negatives Insert
  • 110 Slide Insert
  • 8mm/Super 8 Adapter
  • USB Cable
  • USB Power Adapter
  • Cleaning Brush
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Wolverine Data F2D specs

    Film Types 35mm slides and negatives, 127, 126, 110, APS slides and negatives, 8mm & Super 8 motion picture film
    Scan Quality
    Scan Sensor 20 MP
    Resolution 5472 x 3648
    Scan Speed 3 seconds
    File Format JPEG
    Computer Interface USB
    Video HDMI out
    Memory Card Slot 1 x SD/SDHC card up to 32 GB
    Compatible Operating Systems Windows
    Mac OS
    Light Source LED backlight
    Display 4.3" (10.9 cm) color LCD screen
    Power Requirements 5 VDC
    Dimensions 6.0 x 4.5 x 4.0" / 15.2 x 11.4 x 10.2 cm
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.45 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.9 x 5.4 x 4.2"

    Wolverine Data F2D reviews

    F2D Titan 8-in-1 High-Definition Film to Digital Converter is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 78.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from If you have low to moderate expectations you'll be happy This unit is basically a camera that shoots a digital image of your slides or negatives. That's why it takes a shot instantly. But it has some color issues due to the small camera sensor. The sensor is clearly lacking in dynamic range. The converter is only giving JPEG files, so if the color is not correct you've got work to do. Sharpness is very good, enough to see film grain. Color is screaming. Black-and-White images are quite good. If you have low to moderate expectations for this unit, you'll be happy. If you want really good results a higher end scanner may be needed.
    Date published: 2017-04-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does the job quickly and easily I could kick myself for not ordering this earlier. It makes it so easy to view decide whether to convert or bypass slides. In a few hours a day for several days I was able to go thru a couple of cartons of my mom's slides, selecting about 850 to convert and share with my siblings and kids (each one will get a flash drive of their own). The only caveat--make sure you clean the plates periodically or you'll have dust incorporated in the shots. I tried various methods to blow the dust out and couldn't figure out any way to use a brush. My go to became pulling an eyeglass cleaning cloth thru the opening.
    Date published: 2017-08-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from It works very well! I purchased the F2D Titan to convert some very old 35mm slides, 35mm color negatives and black and white negatives to digital. I looked at over 5,000 images and converted around 3,000 to digital. The process went quite fast, inserting and inspecting the slides/negatives was relatively quick and easy. The view screen was bright and well calibrated, the colors and shading that appeared on the screen were what I found in the digital image. The Titan also allows you to alter the brightness and color settings. Because I was converting from 35mm film, the image resolution of all the digital images was 5472 x 3648. The number of MB each photo took up ranged from 2.5 MB (black and white) to 5.2 MB (some of the slides). The ISO was 50, the lens focal length was 2.8mm with an aperture of f/1.8. I was very pleased with this product.
    Date published: 2017-07-08
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Black and White looks terrible (but there's a way around it) I've dived into the world of self-development and decided on the Wolverine 8-in-1 as an easy way to get my first negatives online. The machine itself is simple to use and extremely intuitive; converting an entire roll of Tri-X (72 shots for my Olympus Half-frame) only took a few minutes, but the Wolverine's B/W option looks awful. It appears to be a badly done desaturation of their color negative option. HOWEVER, using the Color Slide option works perfectly well. Of course this means you must go into a separate program to invert / desaturate your B/W negatives, but the images themselves look good. For $150+/- this isn't a huge gripe, but it is something for aspiring B/W photographers to be aware of. The few color negatives I have tried have been decent enough, but this machine was bought almost exclusively for my Tri-X negs. Overall a good buy, especially if you can find it on sale. Fast with reasonable results.
    Date published: 2017-03-14
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Almost 4 stars I've only used it on slides so far. I found that it is best to feed slides in horizontally (landscape) and then flip them in post processing afterwards in order to avoid cropping if fed vertically (portrait). Regardless, post processing cropping is necessary on almost every slide. I can live with these quirks but what I don't care for is that the resulting images are fairly underwhelming. The colors are not good (e.g., bright whites turn out yellow). The level of detail is not as good as I would expect for the $ paid for the unit. Still, I'm glad to get hundreds of slides digitized so I can get rid of them and my old projector. I will try it with some negatives later...
    Date published: 2018-03-17
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Adequate After it arrived, and I read the manual and tried to use it, it confirmed my suspicion that it was going to be a low-quality Chinese product. I bought it because I thought it would be a fast way to get decent scans of my home developed film without having to do a lot of manual adjustment on the computer. The menu is low resolution, and it is clunky to operate. The built-in camera crops the film. It is impossible to get full frame 135 scans; you move the film left or right and hope you didn't lose anything important. The product photo is deceptive; when scanning, the image stays 4:3 and does not fill the screen. It does not have a built-in bracket function. To scan at different exposures, you have to adjust the EV, scan, adjust, scan, repeat until you are through all exposure levels and frames. There is no way to set the time and data, so when the images are imported into Lightroom, they show a 1999/2000 date. Additionally, they populate the Title and Caption metadata with Wolverine entries, which I have to clear. The USB power cable is way too short. I am probably going to return this and upgrade to a flatbed scanner designed for film scanning. I spend enough time in Lightroom and Photoshop trying to get the images from this to look decent that this scanner doesn't save me any time or effort at all versus a flatbed solution.
    Date published: 2017-09-08
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointing performance I have been using it to convert the old family photographs to a more distributable form. The film formats I need are 126 and 127. It is a nice package and looks great. I find that the picture you see on the TFT screen is not the same colour as the picture saved to the computer. Colour adjustment is best left to those with photographic experience - if you have experience in colour correction, you will get this. Also disappointing is the aspect ratio; if your picture is square you won't be disappointed. The older formats, like 127, are wider than they are tall. The converter crops them down drastically. Had I been able to try it before buying it, I would most likely not have bought it.
    Date published: 2018-07-17
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to use, acceptable color, great value I've only used this for slides so far. I got this so I could scan my slide collection without dismounting every single one. This little scanner is easy as can be to use. Color quality, now... that's a different story. The Wolverine does a fantastic job on about 30% of my slides, an acceptable job on another 30%, and the rest come out supersaturated and/or overly contrasty (of course, they started out like that, and the scanner merely multiplied the flaws). I used to work in professional photo labs, so I'm fussy. Some I tolerate, and some I will dismount later in order to re-do them on the big scanner. That said, I love this little machine -- it allows me to whip through large numbers of images, and only spend extra time being fussy if I really want to.
    Date published: 2018-01-16
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