Wolverine Data Film2Digital MovieMaker-PRO 8mm and Super 8 Converter

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Wolverine Data Film2Digital MovieMaker-PRO 8mm and Super 8 Converter
Key Features
  • 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"
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.
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Wolverine Data MovieMaker Pro Overview

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.

UPC: 040074432000

Wolverine Data MovieMaker Pro Specs

Film Types8 mm and Super 8 roll film on up to 9" / 22.9 cm reel
Sound RecordingNo
Scan Quality
Scan Sensor3.53 MP 1/3" CMOS sensor
Resolution1080p at 20 fps
Exposure ControlAuto, Manual (-2 to 2 EV)
White BalanceAuto
File FormatMP4
Memory CardSD/SDHC up to 32 GB
Connectivity
InterfaceUSB 2.0
TV-OUT (NTSC)
System & Software RequirementsWindows
macOS/OS X
Physical
Power SourceAC adapter
Power Requirements12 VDC
Dimensions10.6 x 6.5 x 4.5" / 269 x 166 x 114 mm
Weight3.1 lb / 1.4 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.88 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)13.75 x 9 x 6.5"
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