If you’ve got old photos and slides, digital preservation is the best way to make them accessible. The Kodak Slide N Scan makes keeping these memories easy. And it’s on sale now through September 4 for Labor Day. With code KODAK, you can save $54 off the original MSRP.
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Digitize old film and slides with this affordable Kodak scanner
Rated 4.4 out of five stars on Amazon, The Slide N Scan is a nondestructive method for preserving photos that you can utilize yourself. It’s easy to use — and far less expensive than lugging your old negatives to a specialist photo shop.
Sized for use on a desktop or tabletop, the scanner lets you feed in your negatives or slides with a set of adapters. The device documents each image with its 14-megapixel CMOS sensor. Then the scanner shows the crisp digital image to you on a 5-inch display for review. Shots are recorded onto SD cards, so you can archive large collections quickly.
The Slide N Scan also can be connected to modern TVs and monitors using an HDMI cable. That way, you can run slideshows or bring up individual pictures to review and share with family members. The scanner can be powered via a separate 5V/1A power adapter or via your Mac’s USB port.
Archive and restore your photos and slides quickly
The adapter set handles black-and-white film negatives, color negatives and slides. And the photo scanner features a quick-feed design. Once your images are recorded, you can use the scanner’s built-in restoration tools to correct flaws and fix damage.
You can brighten and deepen faded colors from original shots, dand correct the lighting using modern image refinement. Rotation and framing tools let you reorient images and trim out distractions.
Preserve all your memories with a Kodak Slide N Scan negative and slide restoration and scanning tool for $169.97 with code KODAK. That’s 24% off the $224 MSRP, but this sale only runs through 11:59 p.m. Pacific on September 4.
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