Kodak’s Scanning Solutions for Film Negatives and Slides at CES 2019

Kodak’s Scanning Solutions for Film Negatives and Slides at CES 2019

Kodak Booth at CES 2019

As digital imaging continues to mature as a market, we’re nonetheless finding out the backwards and forwards of analog media. Portable printing is changing into a giant deal and several other firms, together with Kodak, are providing some spectacular ZINK printers, which I’ll contact on in a distinct put up.

Kodak additionally has a number of options for scanning your pictures to digital information, a few of which have been available on the market for longer than others.

Kodak’s Scanning Solutions for Film Negatives and Slides at CES 2019

Kodak Mobile Film Scanner

The easiest and most inexpensive providing for getting negatives and slides to digital is the Kodak Mobile Film Scanner, which lets you scan negatives and slides to your smartphone. It’s mainly a foldable cardboard physique with a built-in mild for illuminating the media. You use a devoted app to transform the negatives and additional edit the “scanned” pictures.

I don’t have a product hyperlink for this Kodak Mobile Film Scanner but but it surely ought to retail for $39.99. This must be a useful little machine for consumer-oriented media conversion and people conditions the place you don’t essentially demand the best high quality.

Kodak’s Scanning Solutions for Film Negatives and Slides at CES 2019

Kodak Mini Digital Film Scanner

The subsequent step up is the Kodak Mini Digital Film Scanner. This is extra of a conventional movie scanner with a built-in seize machine that gives 14MP scanning seize (22MP interpolated information) and affords a built-in show for picture preview. It will scan to an SD card (as much as 32GB) or connect with a pc. It works with movie and slides starting from 8mm to 35mm codecs.

The Kodak Mini Digital Film Scanner is presently accessible for $129.99. You can discover it here on Amazon.com.

Kodak’s Scanning Solutions for Film Negatives and Slides at CES 2019

Kodak Scanza Digital Film Scanner

Finally, the top-end of the buyer scanning product line is the Kodak Scanza Digital Film Scanner. The Scanza scans and saves 35mm, 126, 110, Super eight and 8mm movie negatives and slides to a pc through SD card. It has a bigger 3.5″ show (in comparison with the two.4″ on the Mini) and an HDMI output to hook up with a TV. The Scanza retails for $169.99. You can discover it here at B&H Photo.