Pacific Image ImageBox MF 4-In-1 Slide, Film & Photo Converter

Pacific Image ImageBox MF 4-In-1 Slide, Film & Photo Converter

Pacific Image ImageBox MF 4-In-1 Slide, Film & Photo Converter


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Product Highlights

  • Digitize 35mm Film/Slides & 120mm Film
  • Digitize 4.0x6.0" Prints
  • No PC Required For Operation
  • Images Are Saved To An SD Card
  • Full-Color Preview On 2.7" LCD
  • Dust Removal Via Magic Touch Software
  • View Images On A TV Via TV-Out Port
  • Flip Top Design
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Pacific Image MF overview

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The ImageBox MF 4-In-1 Slide, Film & Photo Converter from Pacific Image provides an easy way to convert slides, negatives, and prints into digital files. The ImageBox is compatible with both 35mm and 120mm negatives, with 35mm mounted slides, and prints up to 4.0x6.0". The 4 included holders ensure accurate scans each time by positioning the images correctly for you, and with the scanner's flip-top design, it's easy to scan a large number of images in a short period of time.

As soon as you press the scan button, a preview image is displayed on the 2.7" LCD screen and saved to an SD card (card not included). The converter's built-in Magic Touch dust and scratch removal ensures the images come out looking their best. After scanning, the images can be saved to an SD card (not included). A USB cable is supplied for easy file transferring to a computer. Additionally, you can use the TV-Out connection to view the photos directly on a TV screen.

Convert 35mm & 120mm film as well as 35mm mounted slides and prints up to 4.0x6.0" to digital images
No PC required for operation
Images are saved to an SD card
Full-color real-time preview with 2.7" LCD screen
Easy dust removal with built-in Magic Touch technology
TV-out feature
Flip Top Design
UPC: 649899001561
In the Box
Pacific Image ImageBox MF 4-In-1 Slide, Film & Photo Converter
  • Film Strip Holder (35mm)
  • Film Holder (120mm)
  • Mounted Slide Holder
  • USB 2.0 Cable
  • TV-Out Cable
  • AC Adapter
  • Quick Installation Guide
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Pacific Image MF specs

    Image Sensor 9 mega pixels CMOS sensor
    Resolution 35mm Film: 2400 dpi
    35mm Mounted Slides: 2400 dpi
    120 Film: 560 dpi
    4.0x6.0" Prints: 560 dpi
    Film Types 35 mm, 120 mm
    35 mm mounted slides up to 1.38 x 0.94" (3.5 x 2.4 cm)
    Scans photos up to 4.0 x 6.0" (10.2 x 15.2 cm)
    Computer Interface USB 2.0
    Compatible Memory Cards SD, SDHC up to 32 GB
    Output File Format JPEG
    OS Compatibility Windows: XP, Vista, Windows 7
    Mac: OS X 10.4 and up
    System Requirements USB 2.0 port (for copying images to computer)
    AC Adapter 5.0 V,1.0 A, DC
    Light Source Film: Back light (3 white LEDs)
    Photo: Light bar (white LED)
    Dimensions 9.9 x 9.2 x 7.2" (25.15 x 23.37 x 18.29 cm)
    Weight 4.9 lb (2.22 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 8.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 13.0 x 11.7 x 10.0"

    Pacific Image MF reviews

    ImageBox MF 4-In-1 Slide, Film & Photo Converter is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 54.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Basic, Simple machine that works. I am archiving my family's slides and photos. I did over 700 slides, and the results are good; if the original slide is good, the detail is great. The process is simple, and controls are basic and work. One review commented that part of the slide was cut off. This is really not correct. If you took the photo in portrait, then you have to turn the slide sideways (Landscape) when you scan it. It does not scan in portrait. If the slide is very degraded in color, you might lose a bit more in the scan. I have not done prints yet. That is coming. If there are problems, I will make a new review.
    Date published: 2013-10-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from ImageBox slide film converter I researcheed dthis product very hard, I read some good and some not so good like convertding 120 negatives, I found it worked very well and more than I expected, on this formate. I have a large collection of 135 film in Black and White negatives. The machine is working very well so far I have captured on the SDHC card about one half of my negatives, they are sharp and clear much better than when I used to develop in my darkroom. As for the instructions I found them quite easy to follow. I have some very old negatives some of historical events in my neighborhood and a alot of family, they are sharp and clear. I would recommend this product to anyone who would like to save alot of memories.
    Date published: 2015-01-22
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from I would not recommend this product I was looking for a quick and easy way to turn 35mm slide images into high quality jpg files. The ImageBox was easy to set up and included equipment/instructions to handle mounted slides, strip film, 120 film and small prints. The control screen was very poor quality. Facilities built in for image editing were unusable because the screen could not possibly show any subtle changes. The first 35mm scans were OK in image size and color balance, I would say acceptable. However, subsequent scans were way off in color. I worked at finding consistency in images for many hours but finally gave up. I did not try scanning photo prints.
    Date published: 2016-11-23
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from For me it was a miss - blurry scans Considering how many positive and negative reviews there are for this device, I can only assume it's hit or miss depending on which one you get. My box scanned 4x6 prints and 120 film too blurry to be useful. The device uses a digital camera not a traditional scanning imager to capture the image, and I think the focus was mis-calibrated? Personally I don't think B&H should carry a product that has so many issues. I'd gladly pay $200 more to get a quality piece of equipment. Thankfully B&H has a great return policy. Looks like I'll go back to researching other products....
    Date published: 2015-01-03
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very Poor Image quality As a professional photographer looking to scan in some of my old negatives and chromes, the image quality of these scans are unacceptable. Shadow and highlight detail is gone, the color rendition for negatives is way off, and the images are simultaneously soft and over sharpened. The resulting jpeg scans are uncorrectable and unusable. Scans from polaroid prints were equally disappointing. The scanner's built in exposure controls are too basic to correct any of those problems. I wouldn't even recommend this to amateurs and hobbyists.
    Date published: 2014-12-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Everything it claims to be. As a retired video producer (25 years experience) I was a bit sceptical as to its image quality claims. The 35mm slides that I chose for my test were quite typical for their age, the 50's, and with my iMac I was able to make some slight colour modifications that were required because of the film type as well as the slight colour shifting that takes place over the years. This is an excellent product and am looking forward to working with some 120 negs. Patience is the key, enjoy the process and the memories.
    Date published: 2012-12-17
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from How wonderful! After a little difficulty understanding how to use the machine (and thanks to the great help the on-line chat support did for me to help understand the machine itself) I got going great! It really is easy to use once you get to know the machine. Also great that you really don't have to use the holders if the negatives don't fit the sliders provided. I used the flat cut-out and laid the negatives right on the bed of the scanner. It worked great! I have many old negatives that are over 60 years old and got great results, considering the age of the negatives. My family will be so happy with these early photos of us and our parents. My mom never threw any negatives away apparently and now we have a treasure trove of old memories. I love it! Thank you B&H for the great purchase and service.
    Date published: 2015-04-01
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very Very POOR image quality I bought this product to scan 35mm negatives and 120 negatives. Reading the explora article on film scanners 2014 on the B&H site I was led to believe that this scanner would have decent image quality i.e. good enough for at least 20x24 photo quality prints. Turns out the image quality is pretty near rubbish. I wouldn't even make a 5x7 print with the scans that come out of this machine. There is no resolution and no colour depth whatsoever. Big mistake in buying this piece. I would not recommend it to anyone.
    Date published: 2014-08-28
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