Negative Scanner in UseWhat are Negative Scanners?

Negative Scanners are easy-to-use gadgets that turn your old 35mm negatives, 110mm negatives, mounted slides and photos into digital images. Perfect for saving your old photos into their digital form before the film and photos begin to degrade. Although photos generally do last a number of years, those pictures will pretty much last forever once you’ve digitized them. Of course, once you’ve digitized your photos, you can share them on Twitter and Facebook!

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Newly Added Negative Scanners

Reflecta x5-Scan

The Reflecta x5-Scan – Film/Slide Scanner is a stand alone scanner that can convert your 35mm negatives and slides into digital images quickly and efficiently. The scanner uses a CMOS sensor with a 30-bit colour depth to provide you with 1800x 1800DPI resolution. The Reflecta x5-Scan has a 2.4 inch LCD display to allow you […]

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Praktica DS-66

The Praktica DS-66 Film and Slide Scanner is a stand alone scanner for your 35mm negatives and slides. The scanner makes use of a 5MP CMOS sensor to provide you with reproductions of your images at either 800DPI, or 1600DPI interpolated. It can additionally scan 60mm x 60mm slides and negatives. The scanner has an […]

Canon CanoScan 9000f

The Canon CanoScan 9000f Film / Photo And Document Scanner is a flatbed scanner that has been designed with film users in mind. It is also a versatile scanner that is able to deal with everyday scanning tasks quickly and efficiently, from scanning documents or books, to scanning 35mm negatives and slides and everything in […]

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Canon CanoScan 5600F

The Canon CanoScan 5600F Scanner USB2.0 Film and Slide is a flatbed scanner that can also scan your 35mm negatives, slides and photos clearly and quickly. The advanced CCD technology the scanner features allows it to provide you with high levels of clarity with accurate colour reproduction with a 4800 x 9600 DPI, great for […]

Agfa DuoScan 100

The Agfa DuoScan 100 can scan 35mm negatives, framed slides or even 110mm negatives in seconds. It is supplied with film holders for each type, allowing you to simply slot them in to start turning your pictures into digital images quickly and easily with the touch of one button. The scanner provides you great quality […]

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Cheapest Negative Scanner

Below are the best prices for the cheapest negative scanner currently available. Read more information on the Veho Negative Scanner.

Featured Questions

Programs to convert 35mm negatives into positives via a scanner? Programs to convert 35mm negatives into positives via a scanner?

If you are looking for a program that will convert 35mm negatives into photographs via digital images when scanning them into your computer then the following suggestions may help:  First of all you... [Read more on this question]

What is a negative scanner and how much should a decent one cost? What is a negative scanner and how much should a decent one cost?

A negative scanner is a piece of equipment which allows you to scan slide negatives and film negatives and turn them into digital images, in a similar process to that of using a traditional scanner. If... [Read more on this question]

Copying 35mm negatives to digital? Copying 35mm negatives to digital?

What would give the best quality results when converting 35mm negatives to digital? If time isn’t a problem then you could always do it yourself.  However the best option as far as quality is concerned... [Read more on this question]

What is the best way to sort hundreds of old large format negatives? What is the best way to sort hundreds of old large format negatives?

Many purpose built negative scanners only take standard size 35mm film and slides, and anything larger such as 120mm or the larger old glass plates would not be suitable for using with such scanners. ... [Read more on this question]