ION Film 2 SD Plus (Used)

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About this product


  • Transfers your slides and negatives directly onto an SD card (included)
  • Standalone operation—no computer necessary!
  • USB port for optional connection to computer (cable included)

Product overview

• Transfers your slides and negatives directly onto an SD card (included)
• Standalone operation—no computer necessary!
• USB port for optional connection to computer (cable included)
• Works with iPad® via Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit (sold separately)
• Large color LCD screen, automatic exposure and color balance controls
• Image editing software included for Mac and PC

Rediscover Your Slides and Negatives

With Film 2 SD Plus, you can enjoy your old pictures with the latest technology. Instantly scan 35 mm slides and negatives to the included SD card and view them on any of today's popular digital devices that have SD card slots on them: digital picture frames, televisions, mobile phones, computers, and other devices.

The Easy Way to Relive Your Memories
Film 2 SD Plus is fast and easy to use. Just one button starts the scan, and the convenient auto focus, auto exposure, and auto-color balance mean you don't have to be a photo whiz to make great digital images—you'll be reliving all of your treasured memories in no time.

Stunning Clarity
With its ultra-high resolution 14 megapixel scanner, Film to SD Plus captures your pictures with vibrant clarity. The large color LCD screen shows you a real-time preview of your scan, making it easy to position each picture and scan tons of images quickly and easily.

Convenient SD Card Included
Film 2 SD Plus comes with an SD card, a simple, convenient, and reliable way to store your pictures and move them from one device to another. Simply scan your slides and film negatives onto the SD Card, then insert the SD card into a compatible digital picture frame, television, mobile phone, or computer and enjoy your pictures on the big screen.

Share Online Easily
You can also connect Film 2 SD Plus directly to your computer. Scan your images, then share them instantly! Email those classic family reunion pics to relatives across the country. Share rare photos of family and friends online. With Film 2 SD Plus, you can finally bring those wonderful memories back to life.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Get those slides on to your computer When my previous slide scanner went kaput, I had to find a replacement. Maplins had several at various prices and specs. I went for a middle of the range one. It is doing a sterling job apart from one matter to watch - do not rush. If you do, the scanned image will be distorted - wait between scans while the red screen clears. Then it is all systems go. Glad I found ths scanner.
Date published: 2017-08-16
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is software for pc use included?

Asked by: Belle
Image editing software included for Mac and PC
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2017-06-13

Does the advertised pre-owned Ion Film 2 SD Plus digital converter come with a new SD card and is there any warranty with this product? Thank you.

Asked by: longlegs
It would come with the SD card originally provided with the system. there is a 1 year warranty on the item.
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-11-06

can 645 format negs be used

Asked by: francie 35
I am sorry but the item in question does not support use in your intended application.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-01-08

What format does it save the image to? jpg? if so what size is the file? Thanks

Asked by: yorkeyes
The 2MB file size is the compressed jpeg file size .
Answered by: Neil G
Date published: 2015-09-15

What time to scan a single negative ?

Asked by: Bill
The Film2SD unit can scan 6 135 film negatives via a tray, or 3 positives via another tray. It can’t take 120 film. Because of the tray approach it’s possible to scan a 36 exposure roll within 5 minutes or so, which is actually pretty quick.
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2016-12-01
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