Product Code: KNSC202

Kenro USB Film & Slide Scanner

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Manufacturer Code: KNSC202
5023168044926 UPC : 5023168044926
Brand:  Kenko
RRP: 50.0046.00Inc VAT 20%You Save:  4.00
Convert your 35mm slides, films & negatives into digital images with the USB Film & Slide Scanner from Kenro. The amazing & unique scanner comes with 5 Megapixels (1800 dpi) or 10 Megapixels (3600 dpi) interpolated and is powered by USB. It is very quick and easy to use with just one button press to scan each image. Connect the scanner to your computer using the included USB cable then install the supplied software and start scanning. The scanned images will automatically be transferred to your computer. In this process, no memory card is needed.

  • Bring old film and slides into the digital era with this scanner.
  • Converting your precious memories into JPEG format & allows you to edit and enhance old images
  • Also gives you important back up in case the originals degrade over time.
  • 5MP CMOS sensor and is quick and easy to use.
  • Connect the scanner to your computer via the USB cable and no need for an additional memory card.

  • Fetures
  • Convert Your 35mm Slides, Films & Negatives Into Digital Images
  • JPEG Format
  • One Button Press to Scan Each Image
  • 5MP CMOS Sensor
  • 5 Megapixels (1800 dpi) or 10 Megapixels (3600 dpi)

  • Specifications
  • Manufacturer: Kenro
  • Condition: New
  • Warranty: 2 Year
  • Type: Scanner
  • Sensor Type: 5MP CMOS
  • Image File Format: JPEG
  • Pixels: 5 Megapixels (1800 dpi) or 10 Megapixels (3600 dpi)
  • USB: Yes, Included
  • Weight: Approx, 614 g / 0.614 kg

  • Kit Content
    Kenro USB Film & Slide Scanner
    User Guide
    Film Holder
    Software CD
    USB Cable
    Slide Holder
    Cleaning brush
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    This product was added to our catalog on Friday 07 February, 2020.