Transform your aging 8mm and Super 8 films into modern digital video with the Film2Digital MovieMaker-PRO 8mm and Super 8 Converter from Wolverine Data. This PRO model uses a 3.53MP 1/3" CMOS sensor to create detailed Full HD 1080p video at 20 fps by scanning the film frame by frame. Also, this converter works with a variety of reel types up to 9" in size and offers both automatic and manual exposure controls. As a standalone unit, the MovieMaker-PRO will save your videos to an SD/SDHC card up to 32GB in size and can then use the TV-Out port to play them back on a television. Additionally, it has USB 2.0 connectivity for transferring files.
- Scan 8mm and Super 8 Film
- 3.53MP 1/3" CMOS Sensor
- Creates Full HD 1080p Video at 20 fps
- Works with Reels up to 9"
Wolverine Data MovieMaker Pro Overview
Wolverine Data MovieMaker Pro Specs
|Film Types||8 mm and Super 8 roll film on up to 9" / 22.9 cm reel|
|Scan Sensor||3.53 MP 1/3" CMOS sensor|
|Resolution||1080p at 20 fps|
|Exposure Control||Auto, Manual (-2 to 2 EV)|
|Memory Card||SD/SDHC up to 32 GB|
|System & Software Requirements||Windows|
|Power Source||AC adapter|
|Power Requirements||12 VDC|
|Dimensions||10.6 x 6.5 x 4.5" / 269 x 166 x 114 mm|
|Weight||3.1 lb / 1.4 kg|
|Package Weight||4.88 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||13.75 x 9 x 6.5"|
Wolverine Data MovieMaker Pro Reviews
This moviemaker is far better than I thought it would be. Some reviews reference problems with dust removal but with a small tin of Air Brush Air Duster compressed air, no problems
Hi i as very pleased with your quick and well packed product This is my 3rd product i have purchased from you service has been excellent all times
Pretty good peice of equipment
This works well, and the picture quality that comes out of it is phenominal, but the only drawback is it is Suuuuuuuper slow. Takes a long time to do alot of films.
Easy scanner, but wish it had a few more options
The scanner is pretty easy to use. The scans look good and for the price it's awesome. I wish you could adjust the framing as the scan was happening. You have to stop and restart the scan to be able to do that. I also wish there was a way to adjust the exposure as the scan is happening. It's not a big deal, but would make it that much better.
Transfers film to digital very nicely.
Wolverine Data Film2Digital MovieMaker-PRO 8mm and Super 8 C
Machine works well, however the rewind was stuck on after the 44th time of play. It's a nuisance, but otherwise still works fine.
I was extremely please with the movie-maker pro as was everyone else who say the digital clips. Very easy to use. Worth the money.
Lasted 11 months
The machine worked fine, did a better job than the lower price Wolverine (which lasted 2 years). This machine began making grinding noises, film advanced irregularly through the gate and the take up reel would not turn off. I shipped it back to them as it is under warranty. These machines do not seem to last long, so consider this a short term investment. Disappointed in quality of the unit.
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