Film is hot right now (maybe you’ve heard) but your dreamy analog output won’t populate Instagram on its own.
For that, you need a scanner.
The new Kodak SCANZA is a budget-friendly option for transforming your slides and negatives into pixels. It accepts 35mm, 126, 110, Super 8 and 8mm negatives and slides. It digitizes those analog formats into 14-megapixel still images or 22-megapixel interpolated files.
The unit ships with film adapters and inserts and gives you the ability to do some very basic tweaks (adjust RGB levels and brightness) to your scanned files.
The SCANZA features a 3.5-inch tilting display and includes an HDMI cable so you can view scanned images on a TV alongside a USB power adapter.
The KODAK SCANZA scanner is available now for $170.
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