Plustek 2 Pack Spare Film Holder for Slide Scanner

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Shopper  Do you have film holders for Advantix film, 24mm?
BRIAN I  filmscanusa has a $95 Nikon Advantix APS film holder with Nikon-to-Plustek adapter. I have not used this product, but it is claimed to work with the Plustek 7000 series scanners. I believe that the Plustek 8000 series from Adorama takes the same slide holders as the older 7000 series, but you should check with Plustek.
JEFFREY L  Hello I bought only the two film holders for 35mm. I don't know if they make sizes other than for mounted 35mm transparencies or negatives. Sorry I can't be nmore help.
PETER S  do not have advantix film so i do not know. the canoscan fs 4000 film scanner had an accessory for advantix film, but it is long discontinued, that is why i bought the plustek film scanner.
DON G  No, I do not. I have looked everywhere to find holders for other film sizes. To date I have not found any. However, Plustek has indicated that sometime after the first of the year, they will have a film holder for 126 film.
GEORGE C  Hi do you have a scanner do old supper 8 film?Email Tthanks
Dan U  I have a ArtixScan 120tf and need a film holder for 35mm film, not slides. Is this item for film? Can't tell from the photo.
DON G  I have a Plustek 7600SE scanner. The spare film holders allow me to scan continuously without having to unload and reload using one holder. It makes the job go faster. I have no super 8 film.
Keith J  Is this holder for 110 pocket instamatic film?
SCOTT H  This holder is for 35 mm negatives - a larger format. The openings in inches are approximately 1.3 x 0.85" while a 110 negative is approximately 0.63 x 0.47'. My guess is that since the frame will not be filled, you are likely to run into a problem with light balance unless you construct a "mask" to hold the smaller negative.
Bill B  Thee appear to be for 35mm film strips, not 110. I did a quick search and can't find Plustek holders for 110.
SCOTT T  It is not specifically for 110, but I have scanned some. You just need to reposition the film after each scan. It's not elegant, but it's workable.
JONATHAN W  Unfortunately, no. This holder is meant for 35 mm negatives. A quick search revealed this on Adorama, but I think it is for flatbed scanners and not Plustek scanners. There may be film holders for 110 film that fit Plustek scanners available from other vendors. Good luck!
Sean U  No it is for 35mm film
TIMOTHY S  The film holders that I purchased are for 35mm negatives. However, I do have some 110 positve slides in 2x2 mounts that I am able to scan using the slide holder. If you can locate some 110 slide mounts that are 2"x2", you might be able to mount single 110 negatives in the slide mounts and scan them using the slide holder.
Robert B  Strictly speaking, no. I have scanned 110 film a few times using these holders. It is more labor intensive, requiring more effort to stabilize the film in the carrier and extra preview scanning.
BRIAN I  Sorry , this pair of slide holders is for 35 mm film. It is handy to have an extra slide holder in case you lose one. With two holders, you can prepare one holder and have it "on deck" for scanning while the other holder is being scanned. For mounted 35 mm slides, you would have to remove the film from the slide holder in order to insert it into this scanner holder.
CHERYL T  No - this is for 35mm. Plustek does not provide film holders for 110. After market products are available for Plustek at much higher prices - which I did purchase one and it works well.
R. S  No. It holds 35mm film negatives.
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