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.
- Scan 35mm, 110, 127, 126, and APS Film
- Works with 8mm & Super 8 Movies
- 20MP Scan Resolution: 5472 x 3648
- Scan Speed: 3 Seconds
Wolverine Data F2D Overview
Wolverine Data F2D Specs
|Film Types||35mm slides and negatives, 127, 126, 110, APS slides and negatives, 8mm & Super 8 motion picture film|
|Scan Sensor||20 MP|
|Resolution||5472 x 3648|
|Scan Speed||3 seconds|
|Memory Card Slot||1 x SD/SDHC card up to 32 GB|
|Compatible Operating Systems||Windows|
|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|
|Package Weight||1.365 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||7.9 x 5.4 x 4.1"|
Wolverine Data F2D Reviews
Nice little converter
Small and compact with several options on type of negatives/slides to scan. Easy to set up and use. I really like this. Would recommend for anyone who has old negatives/slides they want to digitize.
Wolverine does the job
It takes a little getting used to how you set this up. The instructions are not very clear. Once I figured it out, it takes a bit of trial and error to change the exposure settings for the optimum result. Once you have figured that all out, it works well.
A good way to look at your old slides
This converter works well, and saving the images goes quickly. I wish the slides could be immediately viewable thru USB on a computer screen because at 4, it's kind of small... you have to save them to a disc first, then upload to a computer if you want to view them larger. The files are high-res which is good. IMHO it's a little overpriced.
Both better and worse...
Once transferred to computer, the scans are not near as bad as they look on Wolverine screen. Primary colors way too vivid but it's better to go with it and correct in your photo app. Some photos end up suggesting old tinted photographs, which can be cool. You can't zoom in with any clarity at all but you can see what you've got. Will be interesting to see what it does with black and white negatives... It's plastic. It works.
History Back To Life
I purchased the F2D Titan because of the massive collection of slides I've amassed since my early art days. The F2D did a great job resurrecting these images and memories!! I'm enjoying digitizing my whole slide tray collection to an up to date format. All the images and colors are now visible on my computer monitor and smart TV!! I highly recommend this unit!!!
Wow!! I was really surprised
I purchased this viewer thinking it would be good enough to look through some old negatives but that I would probably use my Canon with macro lens and photoshop to actually digitize choice images. I randomly picked up some old negatives and they were 36 years old Kodak 400 film processed by Kodak. They looked good on the viewer but I did reduce the blue channel one click and they looked great. I sent the image to my computer and viewed it there, still looked great. I originally thought I would at least have to run it through Lightroom, but at least for this first image, I won't. It is plenty good to put in the family archive. I did find it a little difficult to find the options described in the manual. The manual tells your what button to push but is not clear about what screen you need to be on before you push it. But eventually I found my way.
Delighted I purchased this converter
I'm not that technologically sophisticated but I had many boxes of 35mm slides I wanted to convert. B&H was recommended to me by a friend in NYC and at the website I easily found this gem of a machine. It's very easy to use, even for me, and in a matter of days I've converted several hundred slides to digital. The company has an online demonstration video that was a big help as well. I highly recommend this product. It helps to have an SD memory card and adaptor handy.
Works Fine & Easy to Use
Just reviewed several hundred old family color negatives and slides with ease compared to the old scanners I used over 10 years ago. Some older 35 mm color slides are thicker and require some effort to push through the scanner, but regular slides are easy. Easy to copy to SD card and then use card in PC.
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