|Display||2.4” Color LCD Display|
|Focus Range||Fixed Focus|
|Exposure Control||Automatic/Manual (-2.0EV ~ +2.0EV)|
|Recording Resolution||14 Megapixels
35mm film/135 slides: 4416x2944 pixels
110 film: 1984x1472 pixels
126 film: 3312x3312 pixels
4x6” photo: 3824x2512 pixels
3x5” photo: 3280x2208 pixels
|Scan Quality||3200 dpi|
|Scan Method||Single Pass|
|Light Source||LED Back Light (film) & light bar (photo)|
|TV Out Type||No TV out function available|
|Built-In Memory||No built-in memory – requires an SD card (included)|
|External Memory Card||Up to 32GB SD card|
|Scan Speed||3-5 seconds|
|Dimensions||7.1 x 8.2 x 6.4 inches / 180.3 x 208.3 x 162.6 mm (HxWxD)|
|Power Supply||Input: AC 100-240V 50-60Hz 0.2A, Output: DC 5V 1A|
|Certifications||FCC, ICES, CE, ROHS|
The photo scanner is quite fast and easy to use, but is extremely temperamental. It just turns itself off for some reason even when there is no pause in action. If it does that, you may have to unplug it and turn it back on a few times before it starts working again. There seems to be no rhyme or reason for this odd behavior. The picture quality and color balance are not bad, but there are times when it drives you nuts by just "refusing" to work. I recommend it with some reservation.CT S 3
Tried to digitize my Kodachrome slides but the resulting photos had no relationship with the originals as far as color is concerned.George I 2
Easy to use and the instructions are easy to follow. Does a great job of photo copying. Haven't tried the slide procedure yet but I'm sure it will work great.Captain 5
copied all the pictures I had in boxes from when I was born till my kids finished college , put on usb and use tv to look at the pictures.Amazon Customer 5
One of the best or most valuable gadgets I have bought in a long time. So easy to use and so quick to digitizer a complete photo album.Mark H 5
Does very awesome job! Scanned old slides and very easy to use and clear nice digital image. You can adjust the brightness of your pictures which is a must on the old slides.Justin 5
Nice gadget. Work well and fast.Martin G. 4
Thought it would be great for capturing photos in An album,quality is awful,feels very cheap.retirning it !Amazon Customer 2
This item is grossly overpriced for what you get. I ended up getting flatbed scanner instead. I would say that it was a complete waste of money but the negative holders were very useful.The resolution of the scanner was very low & it was temperamental with negative scanning, particularly colour.I would try to dissuade anyone from buying one.Ian K 1
Great easy to use no computer needed.g l 5
Excellant productJulie T 5
copying slides and printsHelmut 1
This digitizer works just fine for the 4x6 prints I have tested it with. I have not yet tested it with the 110 and 126 negatives, but I suspect it will work fine. The instructions for usage are clear and unambiguous. I have a mountain of prints to digitize so I am steeling myself for the long haul because I can only digitize one print at a time - takes about 10 seconds in aggregate. So multiply 10 seconds by 1000 prints and that is the task.J C 5
I have thousands of pictures to scan. This is a game-changer. I can scan 5 in the same time it takes to scan 1 with my printer/scanner. So worth the money. I may order a couple and have a scanning party.Christy m 5
I have many hundreds of slides passed down to me and was hoping this little machine would help make scanning a large quantity of slides easier. It really wasn't... It's not so much that the process to scan them was difficult, but more that it's tedious and the quality wasn't as good as I expected. I don't have a lot of experience with scanning slides, but having played around with this device for a few weekends has left me feeling that whatever the cost is for someone else to scan my slides will be worth it! I didn't scan any photographs, but if that's of interest to you, this will scan up to 4x6" photos. I feel as though a regular scanner would be a better investment if you're looking to scan a lot of photos and expect crisp resolution.See all reviews Linda P 3
The Magnasonic FS60 film scanner can scan a number of different film formats including:
35mm film strips, 35mm slides, 110 film, 126 film and 4x4, 4x6, 4.2x3.2, 3.5x5, 3.4x2.1 photos. It can also scan in black and white, or in full color!
No, the FS60 cannot scan undeveloped film. It is important to never expose undeveloped film to light as it will overexpose and damage the film which cannot be recovered. Although most retailers don’t offer the option of developing film, some specialty photography shops offer the service.
The FS60 is able to make minor adjustments to color and exposure but cannot fill in scratches or fading that may happen over time.
While a computer is not necessary, it is highly recommended. The FS60 can scan directly to an SD card inserted in the scanner.
To view the scanned images, insert the SD card into a TV or computer with an SD card slot.
The FS60 will accept SD cards up to 32GB in size.
When powering on the FS60, it must be connected to either a USB port, or USB power adapter to turn on.
Absolutely! FS60 is compatible with MacOS 10.5 and up!