13 Best Film & Slide Scanners

Top 13 Film & Slide Scanners

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KODAK TMax 100 100TMX ( 100, 4 X 5" (10 Sheets))
Product Highlights:
  • kodak t-grain emulsion that reshapes pebble-like crystals into a tabular form with more surface to catch light
  • allows films with extremely fine grain to be made faster; high-speed films have finer grain. t-max professional films offer the best of both worlds: high speed and fine grain.
  • improved sharpness
2
Kinetronics StaticWisk Hand ( & Acrylics SW-030 (1-1/4"))
Product Highlights:
  • kinetronics staticwisk brush-1.25"
3
Susun Strong Suction Handheld ( Car Wired Vacuum Cleaner)
Product Highlights:
  • shipping information : after payment, we will send the goods for you as soon as possible. we are sending goods from china, usually it takes 10-20 days, please be patient. if you do not receive the item within the delivery time, please feel free to email us and we will try our best to resolve the problem as soon as possible.
  • information about returns and refunds : in the event of a product quality issue, we will provide you with a return or refund. store information : about susun: the susun store is service-based and products are at the core. if you have any questions, please feel free to email us and we will respond within 24 hours. please rest assured to buy!
  • the products we operate have:selfie sticks charging docks bands speakers styli sound vision dvd cd player camcorders digital minidv flash high definition compact system slr bundles medium format point shoot picture frames film slide disposable instant large-format medium-format panoramic pinhole rangefinder flashes surveillance bullet dome dummy spy trail game tripods monopods complete units tabletop travel heads legs underwater photography arms housings filters lighting scanner

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