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About Lomography

Used with a modern flatbed scanner, the DigitaLIZA holds your 35mm negatives in place so you can scan them. Specially designed allow for the scanning of sprocket hole photos, overlapping exposures and endless panoramas! Used with modern flatbed scanners with a backlight unit, you can conveniently scan special formats such as sprocket holes, endless panorama and overlapping exposures - something that a standard 35mm scanning mask can't do. The DigitaLIZA's innovative magnetic mechanism holds the highly sensitive negatives in place to give you the utmost convenience, control and creativity.

Lomography Specifications

Holding film type
Scanning area
230mm x 33mm
Film distance from scanning plane

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from CA  -  Casual Photographer

Great product, does what it supposed to do.


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Phil F  Will this item fit the Canoscan 9950F scanner( which makes great 35mm scans)?
KURT W  I myself have an Epson, but I asked a photo friend who has the 9000F and reports it works fine--be mindful that you need to put the mask in the negative scan area and away from the edges--I also 'square it up' using the mask provided by the scanner, reducing the need to straighten afterwards.
Shopper  I have a canon g5320 all in one.....(dumb question) can I use this to scan 35mm to my PC (don't get mad) if not what scanner do you recommend ?....
PHIL F  I bought this film holder to use with my Canoscan 9950F and old Instamatic c126 cartridge film from the 1970s. It works fine, but I’ve made a mask that works even better--card stock cut with a razor knife (2 identical pieces) that fit in the larger film holders supplied with the 9950F. The LIZA will hold 35mm very firmly. The center handle is used to flatten the film while you close down the top frame. Then the handle is removed, so the holder is quite flat and will fit probably any flatbed scanner. I believe your G5320 is a Canon all-in-one printer/copier/scanner. It’s optical resolution is good enough for 35mm unless you want to make 8x10 enlargements. For that you need 4800dpi or greater. You might be better off with a dedicated film scanner if you have a lot of film to scan.
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