Veho VFS002M Colorbright Film & Slide Scanner with USB Interface, Windows & Mac Compatible

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About Veho VFS-002M

The Veho VFS-002M is Win & Mac compatible and comes with 35mm & 110mm slide and negative trays. Convert your old memories onto your PC ready for archiving, restoring or printing.

Veho VFS-002M Features

  • Quick one touch scan

Veho VFS-002M Specifications

Scan Sizes
110mm/135mm slide & negative film
Image
1/4" CMOS lens
High Scan Resolution
From 1400 DPI to 1800/3600 DPI via interpolation
Color Channel
24 bit and up to 48 bit with free bundled software
Scanning Speed
Live view preview with 1 touch scanning
Color Balance
Colorbright technology
Exposure Control
Automatic
Focus Range
Fixed focus
Power
USB 2.0 powered
Driver
Plug & Play - driver free with XP and Vista 32/64 bit and Mac OS X 10.3.4 & above
Software
Arcsoft MediaImpressions
Dimensions
3 x 3.7 x 3.9" (77 x 93 x 100mm)

Veho VFS-002M Reviews

Reviewed by 2 customers

 
1.0

Not good for Mac

By

from Saugerties, NY  -  Casual User

Couldn't get it to work with my Mac.

(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Price Right and IT WORKS

By

from Kalamazoo,Mi  -  Casual User

We had our wedding negatives from 1974 on 110 These were all we had. The neg's have deteroiated in the past 36 years the unit scanned them with only an occasional "Hiccup" and that was it would freeze up. I would have to pull the film tray out of the unit to "reset" it. It's not the fastest out there but for a reasonable price it Works

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Shopper  What is resolution?
Andrew R  Scanning resolution from the manufacturers specs: From 1400 DPI to 1800/3600 DPI via Interpolation
Mona J  IS THIS GOOD FOR SCANNING OLD 35 mm SLIDES UNTO PC to save images PLEASE ANSWER BACK Asap facebook:mona Jabbour(green window pic) thanks URGENT PS I HAVE LIMITED TIME TO SCAN IMAGES..need a good efficient non costly way to do it..any advice?it s for art work saved on slides..old pics
KATHERINE C  sorry, have not yet had time to open the box !!! but i bought this scanner for all of your same reasons above, and found nothing else that seemed as suitable; i have high hopes, and would look forward to hearing your experience. good luck; kath compagno
Shopper  Judging by the photograph of the scanner’s trays, it looks like the one at the left is for the 110 format and the one on the right for 35mm. The openings on the center tray look square. Is this tray for the 126 format? This is what I need! Although I have many hundreds of 35mm format slides to convert, I also have hundreds of 126 slides taken with a Kodak Instamatic camera during the mid to late 1960s.
MICHAEL F  I have to apologize for my previous post. This unit does come with a holder for 110 film.

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