Scan your old 35mm photo negatives to an SD card


I don’t have very many 35mm negatives, but I know that my Dad has a lot of them. I’d love to get copies of all the old family snapshots from my childhood. The ImageLab FS-5T12 12 MegaPixel slide and negative scanner looks like a great solution. It can scan up to 2575 x 1932 pixels and has a built in LCD to preview images before it saves to an SD card. Can be used with or with out a computer.

5 comments… add one
  • Tyler Puckett April 22, 2009, 8:31 am

    That is a great idea. As a photographer who uses B&W film often, this is a great idea. I can’t find any reviews online for it. Are there any plans for a review, Julie?

  • Gordon April 22, 2009, 3:44 pm

    From a reply to an email I sent ImageLab:

    Thanks for your inquiry! The FS5T12 is not currently available. It also does not have an established release date. The FS5C05, however, is currently available and can be purchased only at the following online retailers:

    • Julie April 22, 2009, 4:15 pm

      @Gordon Well that stinks. I actually found this product in a catalog. Ah ha… I just looked up the item on the CyberGuys site and it says “Due in Soon”. Sorry guys 🙁

  • Geakz April 22, 2009, 4:08 pm

    @Gordon. Thanks. (It would be nice if they updated their website and posted links to these online retailers. I hate web sites that don’t offer pricing on their product line.)

  • Mark April 23, 2009, 9:36 pm

    Nothing new or special about stand alone 35 mm or slide scanners. Amazon has them in stock (not sure if they have this model) as does Tiger Direct. These have been around a while.

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