Wolverine Data F2D300 35mm to Digital Converter

Wolverine Data F2D300 35mm to Digital Converter

Wolverine Data F2D300 35mm to Digital Converter

B&H # WOF2D300 MFR # F2D300
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Product Highlights

  • 7.3Mp JPEG Digital Output
  • Converts 35mm Neg, Slides, B/W Film
  • Standalone Operation
  • 2.4" LCD Screen
  • Saves Images to Memory or SD/SDHC Cards
  • Plug-and-Play Compatibility with Mac/PC
  • Video-Out to TV Connection
  • Simple Two-Step Operation
  • Small Footprint
  • Image Brightness Adjustment
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Wolverine Data F2D300 Overview

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The Wolverine F2D300 35mm to Digital Converter is a stand-alone scanner, capable of transforming your 35mm negatives and slides into 7.3Mp JPEGs in 5 seconds. Powered by either an AC outlet or USB connection, the F2D300 requires no computer or software to work. Controls are embedded right on the scanner and a 2.4" LCD lets you see what you're working with. Your files will save either to the internal memory or to optional SD/SDHC memory cards, which make it easy to transfer files. Of course, if you want to transfer right from the scanner, you can do so - to your Mac or PC with drag-and-drop transfer - using the USB connection.

Convert 35mm film (negatives, slides and B/W) to a 3312 x 2208 pixels JPEG image with a push of a button
Unique stand-alone operation - no computer or software required to operate
Fast conversion - requires only 5 seconds to scan an image
Video-out to TV connection (cable not included)
Color LCD screen to view and edit images
Saves images to internal memory or SD/SDHC card (not included)
Compact size - takes very little space to operate and store
PC and Mac compatible - plug-and-play, no drivers or software required
Simple two-step operation
7.3Mp image output
In the Box
Wolverine Data F2D300 35mm to Digital Converter
  • Negative Film Tray
  • Slide Film Tray
  • USB Power Adapter
  • USB Cable
  • Cleaning Brush
  • User Manual
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
  • Table of Contents
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    Wolverine Data F2D300 Specs

    Film Types 35mm
    Resolution 7.3Mp - 3312 x 2208
    Scan Speed 5 seconds
    Output File Format JPEG
    Memory Internal
    Connection USB
    TV out
    LCD 2.4" color LCD
    System & Software Requirements N/A for use
    Mac or PC for drag-and-drop file transfer
    Power Requirements AC outlet or USB
    Dimensions (WxHxD) Not specified by manufacturer
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer

    Wolverine Data F2D300 Reviews

    F2D300 35mm to Digital Converter is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 47.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works For Me This unit works great for what I was looking for. My parents have a zillion slides and I wanted to help them transfer to jpg's without paying the big price of professional scanning. I would have given the F2D300 5 stars, but I'm stressing about the 7000+ slides they have! I have so far scanned about 500 and haven't had one problem. Just time-consuming! Keep aware of the dust and fingerprints that accumulate over the years. I would recommend this product, the scans look just as good as the condition of the slides. The menu driven commands take a little to get accustom to, but once you use it enough, it's not a problem.
    Date published: 2011-06-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from As easy as they say I had my doubts about this scanner as the price is ridiculously low, but it seems to work as advertised. I began converting my 15 boxes of Kodachrome slides from Vietnam within minutes of taking it out of the box, and with pretty good results. I suspect that a higher resolution scanner would make the Kodachromes look more like the original image, but at a much higher price. It's very fast, so you can do a box of 24 exposure slides in less than 10 minutes if you clean them well first. Remember, the original slide is still available for a higher quality scan if you feel the need.
    Date published: 2011-09-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very impressed! Using it for converting all our old family negatives to digital format. I must say I'm not planning on making huge enlargements or anything like that, so my quality requirements might be different to yours. (I.e. I really can't comment on how well the scanner works if you're going to be printing large prints) What I love about it: - easy to use - just plugged it in and it started working. I really appreciated the easiness! - easy to see the pictures on the screen - easy to adjust exposure while you're scanning - FAST! - light and small - easy to store
    Date published: 2011-06-08
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does exactly what is expected... In the beginning I got a bit confused with the controls on top, but nothing serious at all. The good thing is that you can use it off-line without turning-on your computer by saving all images on a SD card. Later on you can choose to load all images at once on LR or any other image mngt software. The JPEG output is pretty acceptable, but scanning negatives is time-consuming process as you have to scan only up to 5 pics per batch with manual film traction. Furthermore, there's a lot of work to do afterwards in PS. I don't regret buying the converter, but I underestimated the required effort to effectively convert my pics on film to digital.
    Date published: 2011-12-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just Amazing I'm a pro with a 50,000 plus old slides archives. No prosumer technology was able to deliver both velocity, color fidelity, crispness, easy operation and portability. This one does. The scanned (photographed) images are 3300 by 2200 pixels, bigger then necessary to use in a full page magazine. You'll get good and usefull pics from slides, without fringes (chromatic aberration) and without distortion at the corners.
    Date published: 2011-05-31
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works for Me Can't beat it for the price and user friendly.This is 90% baked. I used it strictly for scanning old slides. It scans at 7.6 megapixels. Its scanning quality is 18,00 dpi (which sounds more impressive).The F2D boasts a 35Megbyte internal memory meaning the device can store 14 slides. At that point you need to follow the instructions to dump the stored data into your computer. This gets old very quickly.If you can affort another $ I'd recommend the 8GB card-if you don't have one. Tom SNote: as requested--I did not receive this as a gift, nor compensated in any manner, and no humans, animals or insects were harmed-so far.Tom
    Date published: 2012-09-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Big things come in small packages I looked at several converters before taking a chance on the F2D300 and I am glad I did. Some only gave 5 megapixels while others required proprietary software to make them work. This unit is totally independent. Easy to use, quick to set up and no PC is required, just an extra SD card. The quality is sharp and the colors are vibrant AND at 7.1 megapixels. Priced lower than most units and nearly palm sized made me worry but that ended after the first scan. The only thing lacking is the manual...it is a bit of a difficult read. However, once you play with it you can put it on a tray table and scan while you watch TV...it's that easy. I would write more but a friend of mine saw it, tried and then borrowed it. LOL ! I hope I get it back someday...or I will have to buy another one.
    Date published: 2011-05-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good slide-to-digital file that's fast With thousands of slides, I've been looking for a fast and easy way to convert them to digital files. This unit only takes 5 seconds for an exposure, rather than the long time my scanner takes. Loading the slides and adjusting the exposure probably adds another 30 seconds, but you have to do that with a scanner also. The downside is that exposure is the only adjustment you have. However, that doesn't seem to be much problem since I can make other adjustments using iPhoto or Adobe Photoshop Elements. This converter has finally made it possible for me to continue to get enjoyment from my lifetime of slides.
    Date published: 2011-04-18
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