while ago one of my good friends told me about this scanner that can scan 35mm film rolls and slides, i thought of buying it but i didn't since i shoot with both 120mm and 35mm film rolls i kept using the ways i mentioned in the other post.
i did my share of searches and looking around for scanners just for curiosity the range of price start from 38$ to 180$ different shapes and brands.
so two days ago i was surfing the web and found out this great deal on www.deals.com.kw the price was good plus its a local company so i would get it pretty much as the same prices as on amazon minus the shipping cost, i didn't wait i ordered two scanners one for me and one for my good friend that i convince not to buy it and use the ways i mentioned in my other post.
this is the results i got from it:
(highschool 1998) p.s: i'm none of them i'm the one who's shooting with the camera :D
and this is some of it features :
The FS-500 USB film scanner can easily get you through all the film that's been dusting around in your attic since ages. How ? Firstly, it is anything but portable - it weighs just around 515g and measures 95 Ã— 95 Ã— 170mm in size. Plus, it has a maximum resolution of 1800dpi (3600dpi image completion) and is compatible with most photo editing software. And best of all, it is completely USB powered.