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Kodak Scanza

Digital film scanner

Item # 738RODFS35

Item # 738RODFS35

In stock
$159.95

Product highlights:

  • quickly converts negatives and slides into JPEG photo files
  • lets you scan and save 35mm, 126, 110, Super 8 and 8mm film negatives and slides
  • JPEG resolution: 14 megapixels (22 megapixels interpolated resolution)
  • adjustable scanning resolution, brightness and coloration
  • compatible with PC and Mac® — no software required
  • video out for connection to your TV
  • easy-loading film and negative adapters and inserts
  • 3.5" color LCD screen tilts up for a better view
  • includes 3 inserts, 3 adapter trays, AC adapter, video cable, USB cable, HDMI cable, and cleaning brush
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # RODFS35

What's in the box:

  • Digital film scanner
  • Slide adapter (#1)
  • Negative adapter (#2)
  • Slide adapter (#3)
  • 110 Negative insert
  • 110 Slide insert
  • 8mm/Super8 film insert
  • Cleaning brush
  • 39" HDMI cable (Full size Type A HDMI on one end and Type C Mini-HDMI on other end)
  • 48" USB cable (Type A USB on one end and Micro-B USB on other end)
  • 10' Composite video cable (Male RCA plug on one end and 3.5mm plug on other end)
  • AC adapter with USB output (DC output: 5V 1000mA)
  • US 2-prong AC plug adapter
  • European AC plug adapter
  • UK AC plug adapter
  • User Manual

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Overview: The Kodak Scanza Digital Film Scanner lets you convert your old film negatives, slides, and even home movies into beautiful digital photos. Scanza creates JPEG digital image files that can be saved onto your computer or an inserted SD card. The scanner has an adjustable 3.5" LCD monitor for viewing and editing your images.

Compatible Film Types: The Digital Film Scanner is designed to work with 35mm, 110, and 126 negatives and slides, as well as Super8 and 8mm film. Three film and slide adapters and three inserts are included to hold the different sizes of media. The unit will indicate in the menu the appropriate film tray to use when you enter the film/negative type you're scanning. Scanza is compatible with the following types:

  • Color or B&W Negatives: 35mm (135 film), 126 (KPK), 110
  • Slides: 35mm (2"x2" mount), 126 (2"x2" mount), 110 (2"x2" + 1"x1" mounts), 127 (2"x2" mount)
  • Movie Film: 8mm, Super8

Resolution Options: The digital film scanner has a built-in 14MP CMOS image sensor. You can choose the resolution of the new digital image file between the standard 14-MP scan, or enable the built-in software interpolation to enhance the image quality to 22MP.

Color and Brightness Adjustment: The Scanza Digital Film Scanner allows you to make adjustments in brightness and color to improve any photos that are "less than perfect." There are + and - brightness and color adjustment settings for red, green, and blue, plus a Reset button to go back to the default settings.

Gallery Mode: You can view all of the saved images in the Gallery one at a time, or in a slide show. You can also edit images in this mode (rotate or flip), as well as delete unwanted images.

TV Output: The Scanza offers video outputs that let you connect the scanner to a TV for better viewing. Using the included cables, you can connect the unit via HDMI or composite video inputs on your TV. (The unit has Mini-HDMI and 3.5mm video outputs.)

Computer Compatibility: The Scanza Digital Film Scanner is compatible with both Mac and PC. While the scanner is connected to your computer (via USB), you can access (and upload) the files on your SD card inserted in the scanner. During this process, you will not be able to use the scanner function.

Power Save Mode: To conserve power, the scanner will automatically power off after 10 minutes of inactivity. Power save mode is disabled during Slideshow playback or during file transfer via USB.

Specifications:

  • Image Sensor: 14 MP CMOS Sensor
  • File Format: JPEG
  • Resolution: 14MP (standard), 22MP (interpolated)
  • Supported Film/Negative Types: 35mm (135) 126, 110, Super 8, 8mm
  • External Memory: SD/SDHC
  • Interfaces: USB Type A port, SD card slot, TV out (HDMI, 3.5mm)
  • Dimensions: Width 4.598", Height 5.122", Depth 4.661"
  • Weight: 16.5 ounces

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10 questions already asked

Q
How many 35mm slides can be scanned to a 32GB SDHC Memory card ?
[ Robert J  Jun 08, 2021 ]
1 answer
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Several thousand, if my camera is any indication. I usually have more than 5,000 images on my camera's SD card. I use 32 GB SDHC cards almost exclusively in my camera, and have downloaded as many as 7,500 images from a single card.
[ Stephen  Jun 09, 2021 ]
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Does this film scanner work Linux and Unix based computers and if it does, does it come with drivers to run the scanner? (I don't own a Microsoft Windows based computer)
[ Davenothere  Mar 29, 2021 ]
3 answers
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This does not work with your computer. You store into an SD card and move data to your computer.
[ Suz in Oregon  Mar 30, 2021 ]
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The best way to operate the scanner is to an SD card. You then load the files from the SD card to your computer through an SD card reader. The Scanner is fast, easy to use and does a surprisingly good job for a very reasonable price. Best slide and negative scanner that I have used.
[ JOHN  Mar 30, 2021 ]
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No idea.
[ adrian  Mar 29, 2021 ]
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The product literature says it accepts SD or SDHC memory cards, max. 128 GB, but it doesn't say anything about what, if any, UHS rating it is compatible with... anyone know about any restrictions on that?
[ RANDY  Jan 07, 2021 ]
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I have a number of video devices that require SD card with high speed data access. There is nothing about the Kodak Scanner that would make you believe a high performance card is required. It does save the image file very quickly, but it is a single image at a time. I would be very surprised if any card made in the past four years of so would be a problem. This is a very convenient scanner for both slides and negatives. Simple, quick and very nice image quality.
[ JOHN  Jan 07, 2021 ]
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You are making copies of slides or negatives, one frame at a time. UHS 1 is all you need, UHS 3 is for speed.
[ Suz in Oregon  Jan 07, 2021 ]
Q
Will it convert 16mm film?
[ Rob  Oct 02, 2020 ]
1 answer
A
No, just 8 mm.
[ SCOTT J.  Oct 02, 2020 ]
Q
I have 8 mm cassettes will your device convert to computer/ memory stick or dvd?
[ Pete  Sep 07, 2020 ]
1 answer
A
This device will only do frame by frame. It can be done but it will take a very long time then you must convert frames to video. And it only copies to SD card, you then convert on your computer.
[ Suz in Oregon  Sep 22, 2020 ]
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Does this scan negatives in as negatives? Or will it convert them to pictures?
[ Joyce  Sep 05, 2020 ]
1 answer
A
The scanner is set up to covert a negative to a finished photo. It does this quickly and well; I have used it on 35 mm slides and negative.
[ JOHN  Mar 30, 2021 ]
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Will this scan Regular 8mm film (not Super 8mm)?
[ Pegalin  Aug 30, 2020 ]
2 answers
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It has a number of adapters. The product literature says: lets you scan and save 35mm, 126, 110, Super 8 and 8mm film negatives and slides. I have not tried to do 8mm on my Scanza. Realize that you will be sliding the film through the scanner and stopping to manual align each frame. I expect that the quality will be decent, even thought the individual frames will be quite small.
[ JOHN  Mar 30, 2021 ]
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I don't know, all I've used it for is scanning 35mm slides. There are some adapters for use with negatives, but I don't know about movies.
[ Stephen  Aug 30, 2020 ]
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Will it feed negs and 35 mm slides without the use of plastic carriers?
[ Norm  Aug 29, 2020 ]
2 answers
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I used the adapters to slide the negatives and slides through the scanner. It is done manually and is very fast. The adapters position the slide or negative over the platen for illumination. and framing on the image window. Simple to use and effective.
[ JOHN  Mar 30, 2021 ]
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I've checked the manual and there are adapters as they call them that the negatives go into first to then be scanned by this printer. Those adapters come included with the printer.
[ Paul  Sep 15, 2020 ]  Staff
Q
what size sd card does a Scanza take?
[ Gail  Apr 11, 2020 ]
3 answers
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The scanza uses a standard SD Card. I use micro sd with an SD Card Adapter.
[ JOHN  Mar 30, 2021 ]
A
Same card as a Nikon digital camera
[ adrian  Apr 11, 2020 ]
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I bought the microSDHC card with SD adapter.
[ Ken  Apr 11, 2020 ]
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