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Film 2 SD Negative Scanner

Check out your mullet without a PC

Film 2 SD Negative Scanner

Check out your mullet without a PC

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Film 2 SD Negative Scanner

No need for a computer!

Wouldn’t it be great if you could convert old 35mm negatives and slides into pristine digital pics without a computer? Well thanks to the Film 2 SD Negative Scanner you can do exactly that. You can even view your digitised handiwork on its built-in LCD screen and pop the lot directly onto an SD card.

Of course you could always get your negatives processed at a photo lab (assuming you can find one) but that would first involve squinting at each titchy image and binning the ones of you playing Swingball wearing your MC Hammer pantaloons. Much quicker to just pop ‘em in this mains-powered miracle and push one button. The whole process takes a couple of seconds. You can even mirror, flip and rotate images on the move.

Inserting the SD card The different slide holders Film 2 SD Negative Scanner

Insert your free
SD Card...

Use either the Roll film holder, Slide holder or Rapid slide feeder

The onboard computer converts and saves the image to your SD card!

Film 2 SD Negative Scanner plugged into a PC

Plug into a Mac or PC via USB

Once you’ve previewed and scanned your negatives and slides (and got over the embarrassment of seeing dad’s flares) simply pop the card into your mobile phone, digital photo frame or card reader-equipped TV. And if you can’t keep away from your computer you can drag everything into your PC or Mac (yes, Mac) via USB. Brilliant!

The Negative Scanner comes complete with a 2GB SD card capable of storing around 700 pics at a resolution of 9 megapixels. It’s also compatible with Micro SD and SDHC cards up to 8GB. So, theoretically, you could digitise your entire collection in one sitting. And because you don’t need a computer you can pop round Auntie Flo’s and convert her ancient negs on the spot. In fact, assuming you don’t know anyone with a history of snapping their privates, this highly portable gadget will be a hit wherever you may roam.

Newly created digital picture in a photo frame

View old pictures in your digital photo frame!

Without the Negative Scanner it’s quite possible you could go to your grave having never revisited that long-forgotten shot of your be-mulleted mate pulling down his stonewashed jeans at whatsername’s house party. And that would be a crying shame. Well wouldn’t it?

1) Instructions, 2) TV Output cable, 3) Cleaning brush, 4) Film 2 SD Pro, 5) Power adapter, 6) USB cable,
7) Rapid slide feeder, 8) Slide holder, 9) 2GB SD card, 10) Roll film holder

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PC and Mac compatible

Please note:
  • Digital Photo Frame not included - but it is available to buy here
  • No computer is required for this product!
  • Transfer 35mm negatives and slides to an SD card
  • Preview your image on the colour LCD screen
  • High-resolution, nine-megapixel scanner
  • Fast, one-touch scanning takes just one to two seconds
  • Optional USB connection for Mac and PC
  • Portable design with ultra-small footprint
  • Auto-exposure and colour balance
  • Mirror, flip, and rotate controls
  • Scans colour and black & white slides and film negatives
  • Works with all SD and micro SD cards, SDHC cards up to 8GB
  • Includes 2GB SD card
  • 1x Film 2 SD scanner
  • 1x Roll film holder
  • 1x Slide holder
  • 1x Rapid Slide feeder
  • 1x Cleaning brush
  • 1x 2GB SD card
  • 1x USB cable
  • 1x Power adapter
  • 1x TV output cable
  • Approximately (with negative holder inserted) - 26.5cm(W) x 15cm(H) x 7.5cm(D)
Optional computer requirements:
  • Mac or PC with USB port
Technical Support
  • Please phone: 01252 896080

Customer Reviews

Hi, I have lots of negatives that are bigger than 35mm will they scan? they are individual negatives and measure approx 2. 5 inches by 1. 5 inches although not all the same size. thanks.
Jan - 21st April 2012
Firebox says: Hi, this one will only do 35mm BUT! have a looks at this
A neat, simple to use piece of kit. My only query so far is that sometimes and image will be in focus in the viewer, but the recorded image is distinctly out of focus - both before you save to the memory card (i. E. As you see it on the viewer), and also when transfered to the PC and viewed in Photoshop. Any clues?
Alan P - 26th March 2011
Firebox says: It's possible that your lens may be faulty Alan, perhaps drop us an email via and we can help you sort this issue out.
Just received the stand alone Pro Black Version in the post & had a quick go on it, real easy to use. You can do minor adjustments to RGB & brightness on your scanned image as well as rotate images before saving to SD, for the first time I have seen my attempt at taking photos of the northern lights when I went to Iceland a couple years ago! Great product so far.
D Mead - 5th March 2011
This looks amazing but my slides are the ones with thick plastic frames... not the cardboard ones... will they work?
Tracey - 13th December 2010
Firebox says: They may not fit into the slide holder unfortunately Tracey.
Great product but images are a little over exposed - any ideas what would be the best software to edit these?
Martin - 22nd November 2010
Firebox says: I would recommend using Photoshop!
I am looking at buying this for my parents for christmas as they have a huge pile of glass slides. Their dimensions are 3mm x 48mm x 50mm including their frame. Will the scanner work with these slides as they have been looking for a scanner to do this for ages and none have been suitable so before I buy it I could you let me know if it will work.
Lyndsey - 17th November 2010
Firebox says: Unfortunately, this is only good for 35mm slides. Sorry about that!