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What Do You Get When You Spend $60 on a Film Scanner?

Photography can be an expensive business, and for those shooting film, while they might occasionally save some money on camera bodies, the process of digitizing images can present some financial hurdles. Just how good can a film scanner be when it only costs $60? This short video from Negative Feedback finds out.The DIGITNOW! 135 film scanner will set you back a meager $59.99 on Amazon, and the reviews give it a respectable 3.5 stars out of a possible 5. Whether it is actually scanning the image is hard to say, as it seems to be a five-megapixel camera in a box that shines a light through camera film.One thing that can be said is that the process of digitizing an individual image is quite fast, though the Amazon description of “High Resolution” might be a little misleading. Given the visibility of individual pixels when you zoom in, it’s possible that the unit is upscaling its photographs to fit its description of producing 5- and 10-megapixel files.If you’re asking yourself if this is a serious tool, remember: it costs $59.99. That should be enough information to go on. That said, if you have a ton of family photos that you want to see on a screen, there are probably worse options out there.Have you found a cheaper option? Let us know in the comments below.
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