Kodak Mini Digital Film Scanner

BH #KORODFD20 • MFR #RODFD20
Kodak Mini Digital Film Scanner
Key Features
  • Converts Film and Slides to JPEGs
  • Adjustable Brightness and Color
  • Flips and Reverses Images
  • Stores up to 128MB of Photos
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Convert your film and slides to JPEGs with the Mini Digital Film Scanner from Kodak. This scanner is compatible with multiple film types, so you can scan, edit, and save film negatives and slides directly onto an SD card. Additionally, the Mini enables you to adjust the color and brightness, or flip and reverse images right from the scanner's easy-to-navigate user interface. The unit comes with 128 MB of built-in memory and is compatible with 135, 126, 110, Super 8, black and white film, and slides. The included USB cable allows for quick and easy transfer of files to your home computer or laptop, and the included 3-in-1 international wall adapter lets you power the scanner from anywhere in the world.
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Kodak RODFD20 Overview

Convert your film and slides to JPEGs with the Mini Digital Film Scanner from Kodak. This scanner is compatible with multiple film types, so you can scan, edit, and save film negatives and slides directly onto an SD card. Additionally, the Mini enables you to adjust the color and brightness, or flip and reverse images right from the scanner's easy-to-navigate user interface. The unit comes with 128 MB of built-in memory and is compatible with 135, 126, 110, Super 8, black and white film, and slides. The included USB cable allows for quick and easy transfer of files to your home computer or laptop, and the included 3-in-1 international wall adapter lets you power the scanner from anywhere in the world.

  • Compact size
  • Compatible with 135, 126, 110, Super8, black and white film, and slides
  • Adjustable brightness (±2.0 EV), RGB values, and reverse and flip settings
  • 14/22 Megapixel Resolution
  • Built-in memory stores up to 128MB of pictures
  • Supports SD cards up to 32GB
  • Easy-to-navigate user interface
  • Dedicated home and scan buttons
  • Allows for quick and easy transfer of files to your home computer or laptop
  • 3-in-1 international wall adapter to power your scanner from anywhere in the world
UPC: 843812100847

Kodak RODFD20 Specs

Film/Print Format35mm, 126, 135, Super 8 Film Strips, 35mm Mounted Slides, 135 Mounted Slides
Scan Quality
Maximum Scan Area1.42 x 0.94" / 36 x 24 mm
Performance
Exposure ControlManual
Output File FormatJPEG
Connectivity
Computer InterfaceUSB 2.0 (USB Type-A)
Card SlotSD/SDHC
Internal Memory128 MB
OS CompatibilityWindows XP
Windows Vista
macOS
Physical
Power SourceAC Adapter
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
AC Input Power VAC50 / 60 Hz
Dimensions (W x H x D)3.41 x 4.04 x 3.43" / 8.66 x 10.26 x 8.71 cm
Weight8.82 oz / 250 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.2 x 5.5 x 4.8"
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How does this unit get power? No power cord in ...

How does this unit get power? No power cord in box. Does it work on 110/60hz?
Asked by: Albin
It’s plugged into my computer, usb
Answered by: Richard
Date published: 2020-12-16

How does this unit get power? There is no power ...

How does this unit get power? There is no power cord shown in the kit. Does it work on 110/60hz
Asked by: Albin
The Kodak Mini Digital Film Scanner is powered via the USB port via the included 3-in-1 international wall adapter.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2020-12-10

I have the smaller Kodak slides (I think they are ...

I have the smaller Kodak slides (I think they are called 110 format). The slide frames measure 1.2” x 1.2” (30mm x 30mm) and the actual picture measures approximately 0.64”W x 0.48”H (16mm x 12mm). Can this scanner use these as input?
Asked by: Donald
This scanner is compatible with 110 negatives and slides.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2020-12-03

I have Kodachrome stereo transparencies with 2 ...

I have Kodachrome stereo transparencies with 2 slides mounted side by side so that when viewed in the stereo viewer they create a "3D" effect. Can I scan these slides with this scanner? and if not is there another scanner that you would suggest?
Asked by: Wendy
Unfortunately, no, the Kodak Mini Digital Film Scanner is not designed to scan stereo transparencies. If you need an alternative recommendation, I would recommend the Epson Perfection V600 Photo Scanner. There are articles posted online that have descriptions for using the professional scan mode in the Epson Scan software to scan Kodak stereo transparencies.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2020-11-30

Is it Mac compatible?

Is it Mac compatible?
Asked by: susan
This scanner can work as a stand-alone unit to scan images from your negatives onto an SD card, which can then be opened on your Mac.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-11-27

I have the smaller Kodak slides (I think they are ...

I have the smaller Kodak slides (I think they are called 110 format). The slide frames measure 1.2” x 1.2” (30mm x 30mm) and the actual picture measures 0.64”W x 0.48”H (16mm x 12mm). Can this scanner use these as input?
Asked by: Donald
Yes you can scan 110 film with this product.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-11-25

What file format does it save to?

What file format does it save to?
Asked by: Joseph
I’m pretty sure the only option is jpeg, and it’s not a very large file
Answered by: Brian
Date published: 2020-09-13

One reviewer mentioned that this unit is great ...

One reviewer mentioned that this unit is great for scanning photos and slides. It is my understanding that this unit scans only film and slides, not photos. Is that correct?
Asked by: Jean
That is correct. I purchased it this past year, and have used it quite a bit. This is not a high quality scanner, and the file size is not very big, so it's not what one would want if they are scanning in order to make prints or for anything considered professional. It falls into the "you get what you pay for" category. I wish I could say it was great but it just isn't. If you want a cheap film scanner where speed is more important than anything else, it might work for you.
Answered by: Brian
Date published: 2021-06-14
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