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The Digital Negative, Raw Image Processing in Lightroom, Camera Raw, and Photoshop

Creator: Jeff Schewe | Photography - 2012-09-13

The Digital Negative: Raw Image Processing in Lightroom, Camera Raw, and Photoshop is devoted exclusively to the topic and shows you how to make the most of that control.

Publisher: Peachpit Press

About this book
Shooting in the raw format gives digital photographers complete control over every aspect of image quality. The Digital Negative: Raw Image Processing in Lightroom, Camera Raw, and Photoshop is devoted exclusively to the topic and shows you how to make the most of that control. Now that raw image processing technology has matured as an essential aspect of digital photography, you need a modern book that takes a seasoned approach to the technology and explains the advantages and challenges of using Lightroom or Camera Raw to produce magnificent images. Renowned photographer and bestselling author Jeff Schewe outlines a foolproof process for working with these digital negatives and presents his real-world expertise on optimizing raw images. You’ll also learn hands-on techniques for exposing and shooting for raw image capture and developing a raw processing workflow, as well as Photoshop techniques for perfecting the master image, converting color to black and white, and processing for panoramic and HDR images. Get the best tone and color from your digital negatives. Use Lightroom and Camera Raw sharpening controls to maximize image quality. Take advantage of Photoshop to do what Lightroom and Camera Raw can’t. Produce stunning black-and-white images. Visit the book’s companion website at TheDigitalNegativeBook.com for sample images and more!



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Unknown Pleasures, Inside Joy Division

Creator: Peter Hook | Biography & Autobiography - 2013-01-29

The story is now legendary: in 1980, on the heels of their groundbreaking debut, Unknown Pleasures, and on the eve of their first U.S. tour, the band was rent asunder by the tragic death of their enigmatic lead singer, Ian Curtis.

Publisher: HarperCollins

About this book
Joy Division changed the face of music. Godfathers of alternative rock, they reinvented music in the post-punk era, creating a new sound—dark, hypnotic, and intense—that would influence U2, Morrissey, R.E.M., Radiohead, and numerous others. The story is now legendary: in 1980, on the heels of their groundbreaking debut, Unknown Pleasures, and on the eve of their first U.S. tour, the band was rent asunder by the tragic death of their enigmatic lead singer, Ian Curtis. Yet in the mere three years they were together, Joy Division produced two landmark albums and a handful of singles—including the iconic anthem "Love Will Tear Us Apart"—that continue to have a powerful resonance.Now, for the first time, their story is told by one of their own. In Unknown Pleasures, founding member and bass player Peter Hook recounts how four young men from Manchester and Salisbury, with makeshift instruments and a broken-down van, rose from the punk scene to create a haunting, atmospheric music that would define a generation. Peter talks with eye-opening candor and reflection about the suicide of Ian Curtis; the band's friendships and fallouts; the evolution of their sound and image; and the larger-than-life characters who formed a vital part of the Joy Division legend, including Factory Records founder Tony Wilson and producer Martin Hannett. Told with surprising humor and vivid detail, Unknown Pleasures is the book Joy Division fans have awaited for decades.


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  • Wolverine Data

    Wolverine 20MP 4-In-1 Film to Digital Converter (F2DSUPER)

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    Rating (104 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    Wolverine Data

    Best one I have used (tried two others)

    I am in the process of converting over 3,000 slides (about 1,800 done) that are between 30 to 40 years old. I have tried two other machines in the past and none worked very well. They were hard to use as you had to put 4 slides a holder; process them; then remove them from the holder. It was very time consuming compared to just putting each slide in the machine and pushing it through with the next one.The Wolverine works great and with a photo editor program I can clean them up pretty good. The device allows you to make improvements to the slides but I have found that it is easier and quicker to just transfer them to my computer and work on them there.I keep them on a SD card and can show them on the TV. Did find out that you can't delete individual slides from the SD card because it messes up the viewing sequence.It is also a two step procedure to process a slide (push "Convert" button -- then push "OK/Enter" button) -- gets to be... 5/5 Christine Gokey - See all my reviews This review is from: Wolverine 20MP 4-In-1 Film to Digital Converter (F2DSUPER) (Electronics) I am in the process of converting over 3,000 slides (about 1,800 done) that are between 30 to 40 years old. I have tried two other machines in the past and none worked very well. They were hard to use as you had to put 4 slides a holder; process them; then remove them from the holder. It was very time consuming compared to just putting each slide in the machine and pushing it through with the next one.The Wolverine works great and with a photo editor program I can clean them up pretty good. The device allows you to make improvements to the slides but I have found that it is easier and quicker to just transfer them to my computer and work on them there.I keep them on a SD card and can show them on the TV. Did find out that you can't delete individual slides from the SD card because it messes up the viewing sequence.It is also a two step procedure to process a slide (push "Convert" button -- then push "OK/Enter" button) -- gets to be... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 18, 2014

    A really good 35mm converter!

    I wish I could rate this as 4+ stars, because of one problem, (listed below)Loading 35mm slides is much easier than with devices that use a 4-slide carrier. The F2DSUPER allows users to manually load slides, one at a time, in a fairly quick fashion. The slides align with very little to no tweaking of the carrier. Resulting scans are indeed 20 megapixel resolution, as shown by Irfanview. Onboard color and exposure adjustments are very handy, and allow "correcting" most color changes in very old slides.The only real problem seems to be gamma ... or contrast. Slides with a very wide variation in light values will scan the darks too dark, or the lights as being washed out.Having said that, the F2DSUPER is MUCH better than my previous 5MP scanner, in all respects, and is very much faster than my flatbed scanner.Easy to use, very good quality scans, apparently quite durable. A worthwhile addition to one's "digital darkroom" if one wishes... 5/5 Lou V. - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wolverine 20MP 4-In-1 Film to Digital Converter (F2DSUPER) (Electronics) I wish I could rate this as 4+ stars, because of one problem, (listed below)Loading 35mm slides is much easier than with devices that use a 4-slide carrier. The F2DSUPER allows users to manually load slides, one at a time, in a fairly quick fashion. The slides align with very little to no tweaking of the carrier. Resulting scans are indeed 20 megapixel resolution, as shown by Irfanview. Onboard color and exposure adjustments are very handy, and allow "correcting" most color changes in very old slides.The only real problem seems to be gamma ... or contrast. Slides with a very wide variation in light values will scan the darks too dark, or the lights as being washed out.Having said that, the F2DSUPER is MUCH better than my previous 5MP scanner, in all respects, and is very much faster than my flatbed scanner.Easy to use, very good quality scans, apparently quite durable. A worthwhile addition to one's "digital darkroom" if one wishes... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 24, 2014

    I adore this converter!

    0 5/5 susie padgett - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wolverine 20MP 4-In-1 Film to Digital Converter (F2DSUPER) (Electronics) This does exactly what it says & does it beautifully. With the help of Photoshop or Gimp, I can edit the photos that may have discoloration or fading from over the years.It was so easy to use especially because I only used the USB of my computer to power it up.Transferring the files to my pc was simple as well. Thank you for this product! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 15, 2014
    List Price: $129.99
    Price: $94.98
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    Convert 35mm, 110, 126KPK and Super 8 Slides & Negatives into digital in SECONDS
    Save images to internal memory (holds min. 40 images) or optional SD/SDHC cards
    Unique Speed-Load adapters for fast loading slides & Negatives
    Stand-Alone no computer required
    Compatible with all Windows and Mac Operating Systems


  • Wolverine Data

    Wolverine F2D14 14 MP 35mm Slides and Negatives to Digital Image Converter

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    Rating (289 reviews):
    (4.1/5)
    Wolverine Data

    Better than a professional scanning service!

    Customer Video Review Length:: 1:30 MinsThis is the second slide scanner I've owned. The first one was a pain to use and the images were bad at best. I don't recall the brand and I tossed it out a long time ago. Last year my wife handed me a box of old slides she found when she was at her parents and asked me to "get them on the computer."I found a highly recommended scanning service on line, sent them the slides and some money. Three weeks later I had my slides back and a CD with the scanned images. I thought they looked great, certainly better than anything I could do with my old scanner.Last month I saw that Wolverine was selling this high resolution scanner. I've been using their for a while and figured if they could make a hand scanner work as well... 5/5 Bob Tobias "Robert Tobias" (Arlington, VA USA) - See all my reviews, January 9, 2012

    The best of this type!

    This product is what you've been waiting for if you have lots of slides and negatives to digitize, and have been putting it off due to the slow speed of a flatbed scanner (as I did .. for 10+ years!).It doesn't have the resolution of a flatbed or other film type scanner (although it rivals them), and isn't the choice for a pro photographer, but as an advanced amateur with darkroom & scanner experience I find the color balance, quality, and resolution to be more than adequate for a good 8x10 print from a partial 35mm frame. The speed blows away other methods and the color and quality is better than other products of this type that I have tried (and were unacceptable). NO color noise like some others.The only things lacking are digital ICE or something of the sort, and EXIF info when changing the scan EV. Dust and scratches need to be corrected in photo software, as does a bit of color correction when using old or odd film stock. But IMO the amount of time &... 5/5 JD4x4 - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wolverine F2D14 14 MP 35mm Slides and Negatives to Digital Image Converter (Camera) This product is what you've been waiting for if you have lots of slides and negatives to digitize, and have been putting it off due to the slow speed of a flatbed scanner (as I did .. for 10+ years!).It doesn't have the resolution of a flatbed or other film type scanner (although it rivals them), and isn't the choice for a pro photographer, but as an advanced amateur with darkroom & scanner experience I find the color balance, quality, and resolution to be more than adequate for a good 8x10 print from a partial 35mm frame. The speed blows away other methods and the color and quality is better than other products of this type that I have tried (and were unacceptable). NO color noise like some others.The only things lacking are digital ICE or something of the sort, and EXIF info when changing the scan EV. Dust and scratches need to be corrected in photo software, as does a bit of color correction when using old or odd film stock. But IMO the amount of time &... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 5, 2011

    Excellent converter in price range

    I agree with reviewer JD4X4. The 14 MP digital image is very good for this simple inexpensive converter. I doubt if there would be any noticeable difference if you were to use one of the more expensive converters so I wouldn't waste my money. I digitized about 200 slides rather quickly and was very pleased with the result. While the literature says that it takes about 5 seconds to digitize each slide, it actually takes between 1 and 2 seconds. I inserted an SD card into the converter and then downloaded the images to the computer. You can also download the images directly from the converter to your computer. With some minor photoshopping, I was able to restore the Kodachrome images to their original condition.The only downside is that you have to be very careful when placing the slides in the carrier. They have to fit in precisely otherwise the carrier will not close properly and it may jam in the converter and possibly damage it. Badly warped slides may also prevent the carrier... 5/5 B.S.B. (Princeton, NJ USA) - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wolverine F2D14 14 MP 35mm Slides and Negatives to Digital Image Converter (Camera) I agree with reviewer JD4X4. The 14 MP digital image is very good for this simple inexpensive converter. I doubt if there would be any noticeable difference if you were to use one of the more expensive converters so I wouldn't waste my money. I digitized about 200 slides rather quickly and was very pleased with the result. While the literature says that it takes about 5 seconds to digitize each slide, it actually takes between 1 and 2 seconds. I inserted an SD card into the converter and then downloaded the images to the computer. You can also download the images directly from the converter to your computer. With some minor photoshopping, I was able to restore the Kodachrome images to their original condition.The only downside is that you have to be very careful when placing the slides in the carrier. They have to fit in precisely otherwise the carrier will not close properly and it may jam in the converter and possibly damage it. Badly warped slides may also prevent the carrier... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 23, 2011
    List Price: $139.99
    Unique stand-alone operation - No computer or software required to operate
    Convert 35mm film Slides and Negatives into 14 MegaPixels JPEG image with a push of a button
    Built-in SD & SDHC Memory Card Reader and TV-Out Jack
    PC and MAC Compatible (Plug-and-Play no drivers or software required)
    Fast conversion - requires only 5 seconds to scan an image


  • Wolverine Data

    Wolverine F2D20 20 MegaPixels 35mm to Digital Converter

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    Rating (253 reviews):
    (3.9/5)
    Wolverine Data

    Mediocre... at best ...

    I'm guessing the four and five star reviewers largely have collections of old negatives and slides, aren't picky about them and consider this a handy device for scanning them quickly into their computer. From that standpoint, I suppose this is adequate. That said, don't pay any attention to the "20MP" figure -- the focus on the scanning surface is nowhere near that accurate and if the sensor was 5MP, you wouldn't have any lower quality from the scans. The color reproduction (as some commenters have said) is pretty bad also. You can use various tweaks and auto-adjust tools on your computer to make the pictures look "good", but you can't get them to look "right". The exposure is very non-linear, there's a lot of hot-spotting in the scans, etc. The non-linear exposure is the worse part -- you can't get any detail in the dark part of the scan without completely blowing out the lights. The device allows some adjustment via its screen, but the color reproduction in its screen isn't accurate... 2/5 George - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wolverine F2D20 20 MegaPixels 35mm to Digital Converter (Electronics) I'm guessing the four and five star reviewers largely have collections of old negatives and slides, aren't picky about them and consider this a handy device for scanning them quickly into their computer. From that standpoint, I suppose this is adequate. That said, don't pay any attention to the "20MP" figure -- the focus on the scanning surface is nowhere near that accurate and if the sensor was 5MP, you wouldn't have any lower quality from the scans. The color reproduction (as some commenters have said) is pretty bad also. You can use various tweaks and auto-adjust tools on your computer to make the pictures look "good", but you can't get them to look "right". The exposure is very non-linear, there's a lot of hot-spotting in the scans, etc. The non-linear exposure is the worse part -- you can't get any detail in the dark part of the scan without completely blowing out the lights. The device allows some adjustment via its screen, but the color reproduction in its screen isn't accurate... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 11, 2013

    A pleasure to use and a great value

    It has probably been over five years since I looked at slide scanners; at the time they were prohibitively expensive, and I had to settle for a contraption that attached to a digital camera, involving a lens adapter, a tube, magnifying lens, and a slide holder with a light diffuser in the back. To use it I had to hunt for an appropriate light source; and to put it mildly, the whole setup was rather clumsy, and was of little use with negative film. Apparently I had not been keeping up with developments in this area until recently discovering this Wolverine 35mm scanner. Naturally, I was blown away at the convenience, and I am happy to report that it comes with no sacrifice in quality.This device does not have to be connected to a PC, although it can use a USB port as a power source, as well as any regular electrical outlet. It has limited internal memory (12-15 photos), but it accepts SD cards, which can store thousands of photos. Its easiest and most practical use is... 4/5 D. DEGEORGE (Ellicott City, MD USA) - See all my reviews, January 23, 2013

    Past Meets Future

    In my younger, less gray haired years, I took many, MANY, 35mm shots of my travels throughout the U.S. and Europe. I have been looking for a way to transfer these digitally without paying someone to do it for me. Behold, the Wolverine F2D20 20MP 35mm and 110 Film to Digital Converter. When I saw this product, I admittedly thought that product wouldn't work as advertised. IT DOES! But not without flaws.First, the benefits:-The device will operate without a computer attached. It can use an electrical outlet or a USB port as a power source.-It only takes a few seconds per negative.-Easy to navigate menusNow, the negatives:-To make this an efficient process, you must use an SD card. Otherwise, you're limited to around 10 photos before you have to make a transfer to your PC.-The quality is not great. In particular, the color. Additional manipulation was required to render more accurate color as shown in the... 4/5 W. Chang (VA, USA) - See all my reviews, January 30, 2013
    List Price: $119.00
    Saves images to internal memory or optional SD/SDHC memory card
    Unique stand-alone operation, no computer or software required to operate
    Convert 35mm NEGATIVES and SLIDES, to 20 Mega Pixels (5472_3648 Pixels) Digital (JPEG) image with just a push a button
    Extremely Fast, takes less than 3 seconds to convert an image
    Video-Out to TV connection (cable not included), Mac and PC Compatible


  • Wolverine

    Wolverine 20MP 4-In-1 Film to Digital Converter (F2DSUPER) - Bundle INCLUDES 8GB SD Card

    CE (Wolverine)

    Rating (1 reviews):
    (3.0/5)
    Wolverine

    The Wolverine 20MP (F2DSUPER) works O.K.

    0 3/5 GSmith - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wolverine 20MP 4-In-1 Film to Digital Converter (F2DSUPER) - Bundle INCLUDES 8GB SD Card (Office Product) You definitely get what you pay for.However. You will need a small flat file to widen the 35mm slide tray. The small ribs on the top and bottom halves of the slide tray will need to be evenly scraped down. Without these modifications the old 35mm cardboard framed slides will not pass completely through the slide tray. Be very careful not to remove too much plastic! Test fit the old slides often. I have not used any other attachments.The view finder is too small for me personally to use the color adjustment features But picture fixes can be done on the computer screen.Internal memory equals roughly one double box of slides, or about one roll of film.So far, the F2DSUPER is adequate for transferring 35mm slides to digital images. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 21, 2014
    Unique Speed-Load adapters for fast loading slides & Negatives
    Save images to internal memory (holds min. 40 images) or INCLUDED SD/SDHC CARD
    Wolverine F2D SUPER 4-in-1 Film to Digital Converter Bundled with SD CARD!
    Stand-Alone no computer required - Compatible with all Windows and Mac Operating Systems
    Convert 35mm, 110, 126KPK and Super 8 Slides & Negatives into digital in SECONDS


  • Wolverine

    Wolverine F2D20 20 MP 35mm SLIDES and NEGATIVES to Digital Image Converter (Includes 5 Total Trays: 4 Silde Trays & 1 Negative Film Tray) 110V-220V

    CE (Wolverine)

    Rating (67 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    Wolverine

    Great product

    0 5/5 Blritton - See all my reviews This review is from: Wolverine F2D20 20 MP 35mm SLIDES and NEGATIVES to Digital Image Converter (Includes 5 Total Trays: 4 Silde Trays & 1 Negative Film Tray) 110V-220V (Office Product) I purchased this product to do 46 boxes of slides. I wasn't too sure how well the product would work after reading the reviews some users left but opted to give it a try. I have to say, wolverine made an outstanding product. The menu is easy to navigate and the controls are very intuitive. Some issues that other users may have had: over exposure, dusty slides, and not properly placing the slide on the fixture. After doing about 6000 pictures I have to say the product is tested and durable. Excellent product if you have the time to spare using it. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 4, 2013

    It does the job, but is missing some important features

    Having run a few slides and negatives through the scanner I can say that its scan quality seems to be fine. There are a few tricks that aren't explained except by product support, such as the ability to zoom a bit (I wasn't getting quite all of the slides in the picture) among others, but the main deficiencies I find so far are as follows.1. You can only scan to the internal memory or SD card. You cannot scan directly to the computer, nor can you see the image being scanned using your computer. That means you also cannot do any interactive picture work such as color balance or brightness using your computer prior to the scan.2. The picture adjustment menu lets you adjust brightness and various color parameters, but the image you are working on is not visible when using that menu, so you can't tell what the results are til you scan (or maybe until you are ready to scan). Getting back and forth between the image screen and the adjustment menu screen takes multiple... 3/5 R. Gould "kbaybob" (Kaneohe, HI) - See all my reviews, June 26, 2013

    Easy to use and does a great job

    0 5/5 Geoffrey S. Barnard - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wolverine F2D20 20 MP 35mm SLIDES and NEGATIVES to Digital Image Converter (Includes 5 Total Trays: 4 Silde Trays & 1 Negative Film Tray) 110V-220V (Office Product) Just bought this and found it very easy to operate. Be sure to get multiple slide trays (I got 4 for slides and 1 for negatives). This makes things go much faster. Also, don't bother to flip the slides from horizontal to vertical on the Wolverine itself. It's much easier to do once you download them onto your computer. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 9, 2013
    List Price: $229.99
    Built-in SD & SDHC Memory Card Reader and TV-Out Jack - Video-Out to TV connection (cable not included), Mac and PC Compatible
    Unique stand-alone operation - " NO COMPUTER OR SOFTWARE REQUIRED TO OPERATE "
    Convert 35mm NEGATIVES and SLIDES, to 20 Mega Pixels (5472_3648 Pixels) Digital (JPEG) image with just a push a button
    Wolverine F2D20 20 MP 35mm SLIDES and NEGATIVES to Digital Image Converter (Includes 5 Total Trays: 4 Silde Trays & 1 Negative Film Tray) 110V-220V
    PC and MAC Compatible (Plug-and-Play no drivers or software required) - What's included: F2D20 Converter - FOUR Slides Tray - ONE Negatives Tray - USB/Power Cable - 110V-220V AC Adapter - Manual


  • Wolverine Data

    Wolverine F2D100 35mm Camera Film to Digital Images Scanner Converter (Black)

    CE (Wolverine Data)

    Rating (64 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    Wolverine Data

    Adequate for the Price

    0 4/5 Mike C. (Boston, MA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Wolverine F2D100 35mm Camera Film to Digital Images Scanner Converter (Black) (Office Product) Let's face it. At this price, you just don't get a really excellent slide and negative scanner. Yet, for the money, the Wolverine F2D does an adequate job of rescuing images that are slipping into oblivion from age and neglect. These are not the best possible scans and they are not richly layered. Do they preserve all the details in those old images? No. But, unless you want to fork out hundreds of dollars for better equipment, this little device is a pretty good compromise. I was able to take scanned images and make some very basic adjustments using Photoshop to get adequate results. If that's what you're looking for, this is a good little device. I did not get bad results. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 7, 2008

    Good with modification

    18.AUG.09Note: there is additional information on modifying the scanner for better contrast in the comments. Before and after images are in the customer images section. With the mod, this is a 4 to 4.5 star product. It is still 5Mpixels but the standalone operation is very convenient.--------For those looking for an inexpensive way to digitize film slides/negatives, this is a reasonable choice. It does work and it is simple to use. I took it out of the box, scanned a few negatives, and was viewing the results on my monitor within minutes. I do like that it is standalone, fast, and easy to use.Now for the negatives. The images leave quite a bit to be desired. I compared some scanned images with photo CD images from the big bullseye store. Originally I wasn't impressed with the photo CD images from the store since they were more grainy than the prints. I thought it would be better to convert myself. But the images from the Wolverine F2D came out... 4/5 Bass Cadet (Carmen Sandiego's backyard) - See all my reviews This review is from: Wolverine F2D100 35mm Camera Film to Digital Images Scanner Converter (Black) (Office Product) 18.AUG.09Note: there is additional information on modifying the scanner for better contrast in the comments. Before and after images are in the customer images section. With the mod, this is a 4 to 4.5 star product. It is still 5Mpixels but the standalone operation is very convenient.--------For those looking for an inexpensive way to digitize film slides/negatives, this is a reasonable choice. It does work and it is simple to use. I took it out of the box, scanned a few negatives, and was viewing the results on my monitor within minutes. I do like that it is standalone, fast, and easy to use.Now for the negatives. The images leave quite a bit to be desired. I compared some scanned images with photo CD images from the big bullseye store. Originally I wasn't impressed with the photo CD images from the store since they were more grainy than the prints. I thought it would be better to convert myself. But the images from the Wolverine F2D came out... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 5, 2008

    Horrible Scan Quality

    0 1/5 K. Jordan (Chicago, IL) - See all my reviews, December 6, 2008
    List Price: $159.99
    Saves images directly on SD memory cards (not included)
    Converts 35mm film negatives and slides to 5 MP digital images
    Built-in 1.5-inch color LCD screen to view and edit images
    Fast conversion; requires only five seconds to convert an image
    Unique stand-alone operation; no computer or software required to operate


  • Wolverine

    Wolverine F2D14 14 MP 35mm Slides and Negatives to Digital Image Converter (Includes 5 Total Trays: 4 Silde Trays & 1 Negative Film Tray) 110V-220V

    CE (Wolverine)

    Rating (22 reviews):
    (3.6/5)
    Wolverine

    Wolverine 14 MP Slides/Negatives Converter

    0 5/5 FFid (OR, USA) - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wolverine F2D14 14 MP 35mm Slides and Negatives to Digital Image Converter (Includes 5 Total Trays: 4 Silde Trays & 1 Negative Film Tray) 110V-220V (Electronics) Great device, easy to use. We were very impressed and happy that our old slides were easily converted into good quality Jpeg photos. May be this being a 14 pixel device has a lot to do with the good results. Would have no hesitation recommending this device to anyone who is embarking on a similar time consuming slide conversion project. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 20, 2012

    Four stars on Wolverine F2D14

    0 4/5 DJM - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wolverine F2D14 14 MP 35mm Slides and Negatives to Digital Image Converter (Includes 5 Total Trays: 4 Silde Trays & 1 Negative Film Tray) 110V-220V (Electronics) I just finished scanning 2000+ slides onto a sd card. It scanned very well on perfect slides. On slides that were not light enough to begin with, it had trouble bringing out out a real good image. I had to scan many with a minus on the red detail or the slides would have a reddish cast. The actual scan process only took a few seconds. The extra trays were well worth it, as it speeded up the whole process. It was worth the cost and provided the family with many images long forgotten until seen on the computer screen. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 25, 2012

    Effective Product - Does The Job

    0 4/5 Wayward Jim "Wayward" (Mississippi USA) - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wolverine F2D14 14 MP 35mm Slides and Negatives to Digital Image Converter (Includes 5 Total Trays: 4 Silde Trays & 1 Negative Film Tray) 110V-220V (Electronics) This item was received about 10 days ago and we've already converted approximately 300 35mm slides to digital. The system is fast and effective. A number of the older slides have a reddish hue ... but I suspect it's the result of slide age and storage, rather than the device. Some quality is lost, but that's absolutely to be expected. I have not yet tried any film conversion ... but that's next on the list. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 12, 2012
    List Price: $199.99
    Price: $109.99
    You Save: $90.00 (45%)
    Wolverine F2D14 14 MP 35mm Slides and Negatives to Digital Image Converter - INCLUDES: 5 Total Trays. 4 Silde Trays & 1 Negative Film Tray
    PC and MAC Compatible (Plug-and-Play no drivers or software required) - What's included: F2D14 Converter - FOUR Slides Tray - ONE Negatives Tray - USB/Power Cable - 110V-220V AC Adapter - Cleaning Stick - Manual
    Convert 35mm film Slides and Negatives into 14 MegaPixels JPEG image with a push of a button - Fast conversion - requires only 5 seconds to scan an image
    Unique stand-alone operation - " NO COMPUTER OR SOFTWARE REQUIRED TO OPERATE "
    Built-in SD & SDHC Memory Card Reader and TV-Out Jack


  • Wolverine Data

    Wolverine F2D8 8 MP 35mm Slides/Negatives Scanner (Old Version)

    Photography (Wolverine Data)

    Rating (61 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    Wolverine Data

    Works as Advertised

    Overall, works as advertised. I compared negative images I converted with this versus ones with a $300 flatbed scanner, and you could not tell the difference. If you are looking for an inexpensive way to preserve memories, this is the way to go. If you are looking to preserve "the shot" that would be published in Nat Geo, well, you probably would be looking for something better anyway ;-)Pros: - Doesn't require PC - Easy to use - Small and portable, can use it anywhere there is power (AC or USB) - Immediate preview and control over image capture (brightness, etc) - Less expensive than a flatbed scannerCons: - Slow to use! Of course, you are capturing pictures 1 frame at a time, but only requires 2 clicks (c'mon people who complained). Image capture is about 3-5 sec. - Colors not always perfect, but that goes with all systems. You can always adjust in some other photo editing software - Tray port is... 4/5 Food Guy "Foodnut" (NJ, USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Wolverine F2D8 8 MP 35mm Slides/Negatives Scanner (Old Version) (Camera) Overall, works as advertised. I compared negative images I converted with this versus ones with a $300 flatbed scanner, and you could not tell the difference. If you are looking for an inexpensive way to preserve memories, this is the way to go. If you are looking to preserve "the shot" that would be published in Nat Geo, well, you probably would be looking for something better anyway ;-)Pros: - Doesn't require PC - Easy to use - Small and portable, can use it anywhere there is power (AC or USB) - Immediate preview and control over image capture (brightness, etc) - Less expensive than a flatbed scannerCons: - Slow to use! Of course, you are capturing pictures 1 frame at a time, but only requires 2 clicks (c'mon people who complained). Image capture is about 3-5 sec. - Colors not always perfect, but that goes with all systems. You can always adjust in some other photo editing software - Tray port is... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 31, 2011

    What You Pay For

    I'd been looking for a way to get my transparencies onto my computer for several years but could never bring myself to spend $400+ for a true slide scanner. As some have noted, this device is not a true scanner, it's essentially a digital camera in a box. It's small, it's plastic, and frankly it looks like a toy. That said, it works well enough if you are not very picky.The resulting images are 3600x2400 pixels, which is not bad for computer or TV screen use, and might stand up to printing (have not tried this yet). My only complaint so far is that it crops images slightly on the left and right, and it tends to scan images too dark for my tastes. The latter can be adjusted fairly easily with a setting on the device. Nothing you can do about the former except be careful about what part of the image you allow to be cropped out. The images are also somewhat noisy. You will want to post process them in image adjustment software. I use iPhoto on a Mac, and that's more than good... 4/5 Mitch Stone (Santa Paula, California United States) - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wolverine F2D8 8 MP 35mm Slides/Negatives Scanner (Old Version) (Camera) I'd been looking for a way to get my transparencies onto my computer for several years but could never bring myself to spend $400+ for a true slide scanner. As some have noted, this device is not a true scanner, it's essentially a digital camera in a box. It's small, it's plastic, and frankly it looks like a toy. That said, it works well enough if you are not very picky.The resulting images are 3600x2400 pixels, which is not bad for computer or TV screen use, and might stand up to printing (have not tried this yet). My only complaint so far is that it crops images slightly on the left and right, and it tends to scan images too dark for my tastes. The latter can be adjusted fairly easily with a setting on the device. Nothing you can do about the former except be careful about what part of the image you allow to be cropped out. The images are also somewhat noisy. You will want to post process them in image adjustment software. I use iPhoto on a Mac, and that's more than good... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 7, 2012

    Does it what it says

    0 3/5 Hollie Olson "Hollie" (Vancouver, WA) - See all my reviews, January 18, 2012
    List Price: $119.99
    Price: $79.99
    You Save: $40.00 (33%)
    Built-in SD & SDHC Memory Card Reader to Save Direct to Memory Cards
    Convert 35mm film Slides and Negatives into 8 MegaPixels JPEG image with a push of a button
    Fast conversion - requires only 5 seconds to scan an image
    PC and MAC Compatible (Plug-and-Play no drivers or software required)
    Unique stand-alone operation - No computer or software required to operate


  • Wolverine

    Wolverine F2D14 - 14 MP 35mm NEGATIVES & SLIDES to Digital Image Converter (Includes 5 Total Trays: 4 NEGATIVE Film Trays & 1 SLIDE Tray) 110V-220V

    CE (Wolverine)

    Rating (3 reviews):
    (4.0/5)
    Wolverine

    Great little machine, not having a 110 film holder is a little annoying

    0 4/5 Colleen - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wolverine F2D14 - 14 MP 35mm NEGATIVES & SLIDES to Digital Image Converter (Includes 5 Total Trays: 4 NEGATIVE Film Trays & 1 SLIDE Tray) 110V-220V (Electronics) I absolutely love this machine and the 8 slides that came with it. I have scanned decades of negatives within a few nights. The additional slides make it very easy to do to have the next negative set ready.After scanning them I discovered 1) how many printed pictures have disappeared through time 2) how much more detail a negative holds compared to a picture (discovered a picture of my cousin as a toddler posing while looking at our moms posing for a picture) and 3) how much negatives from the late 90s degrade (for some reason negatives from the 70s and 80s are still good but the 90s are discolored-this may be from processing or storing).This is also one of the few scanners that can do the old skinny 110 negatives. Sadly there is no negative holder for the 110 so you have to hold it manually. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 12, 2012

    Good product

    0 4/5 Craig V Morris - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wolverine F2D14 - 14 MP 35mm NEGATIVES & SLIDES to Digital Image Converter (Includes 5 Total Trays: 4 NEGATIVE Film Trays & 1 SLIDE Tray) 110V-220V (Electronics) Especially the ability to flip the image around if you put it in the tray wrong. And pretty fast once you get the trays loaded. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 27, 2014

    Wolverine slide converter did the job!

    0 4/5 Linda K. - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wolverine F2D14 - 14 MP 35mm NEGATIVES & SLIDES to Digital Image Converter (Includes 5 Total Trays: 4 NEGATIVE Film Trays & 1 SLIDE Tray) 110V-220V (Electronics) I ordered this converter for my 79 year old dad who had boxes of slides to convert. He managed to convert close to 3000 slides in less than a month. He is not computer savvy but was able to complete this task mainly by himself. It is very simple and straight forward to use. For the price this machine is excellent. The display screen is small and dad needed the help of a light box to view the slides before he inserted into the converter. For what he needed to do this converter was perfect. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 1, 2014
    List Price: $199.99
    Price: $109.99
    You Save: $90.00 (45%)
    Unique stand-alone operation - " NO COMPUTER OR SOFTWARE REQUIRED TO OPERATE "
    Convert 35mm film Slides and Negatives into 14 MegaPixels JPEG image with a push of a button - Fast conversion - requires only 5 seconds to scan an image
    Built-in SD & SDHC Memory Card Reader and TV-Out Jack
    PC and MAC Compatible (Plug-and-Play no drivers or software required) - What's included: F2D14 Converter - FOUR "NEGATIVES" Trays & ONE "Slides" Tray - USB/Power Cable - 110V-220V AC Adapter - Cleaning Stick - Manual
    Wolverine F2D14 - 14 MP 35mm NEGATIVES & SLIDES to Digital Image Converter (Includes 5 Total Trays: 4 NEGATIVE Film Trays & 1 SLIDE Tray) 110V-220V


  • Wolverine Data

    Wolverine Data SNaP100 Slides, Negatives and Photos to Digital Image Converter (Red)

    CE (Wolverine Data)

    Rating (127 reviews):
    (3.5/5)
    Wolverine Data

    Digitize Your Old Slides and Photos

    0 5/5 W. Glover - See all my reviews, September 18, 2010

    Extremely Disappointed

    Not what I was expecting, very cheaply made and not worth the money. Purchased this item and had it shipped to the in-laws house so that I could scan and convert my wife's old family photos to digital media. We arrived at the in-law's house for vacation. The package arrived in great shape and on time. We were all very excited about converting precious family photos to digital jpegs so that they could be shared, saved, and protected. I read the directions fully and then began to scan the photos. It was a very easy process and initially the quality seemed great, although....500 photos, and a lot of my time away from family, later I began to notice an irregularity in the scanned jpegs. I reviewed all of the photos and I began to see an artifact, the same image in all the photos. The artifact showed up especially on dark photos, or those printed on gloss paper and yes it can be seen on all of them, some less than others. It turns out that the image on the jpegs is a reflection of... 1/5 Ancestoryguy - See all my reviews This review is from: Wolverine Data SNaP100 Slides, Negatives and Photos to Digital Image Converter (Red) (Office Product) Not what I was expecting, very cheaply made and not worth the money. Purchased this item and had it shipped to the in-laws house so that I could scan and convert my wife's old family photos to digital media. We arrived at the in-law's house for vacation. The package arrived in great shape and on time. We were all very excited about converting precious family photos to digital jpegs so that they could be shared, saved, and protected. I read the directions fully and then began to scan the photos. It was a very easy process and initially the quality seemed great, although....500 photos, and a lot of my time away from family, later I began to notice an irregularity in the scanned jpegs. I reviewed all of the photos and I began to see an artifact, the same image in all the photos. The artifact showed up especially on dark photos, or those printed on gloss paper and yes it can be seen on all of them, some less than others. It turns out that the image on the jpegs is a reflection of... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 22, 2010

    GREAT PRODUCT

    0 5/5 bregz - See all my reviews Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Wolverine Data SNaP100 Slides, Negatives and Photos to Digital Image Converter (Red) (Office Product) Was a little leary ordering this product after reading the very mixed reviews. Having thousands of slides, I figured if it was that bad I could return it. This product has done everything stated. I love it, it is truly amazing. I have done over 1000 slides and a few hundred pictures with many more to come. If you follow the instructions and proper settings the results come out as they should. I highly recommend this product. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 26, 2010
    List Price: $149.99
    Unique stand-alone operation - no computer or software required to operate.
    Built-in 2.4" color screen to view images while scanning, adjusting and playing slides shows.
    Convert 5x7, 4x6, 3x5 photos, 35mm Slides and Negatives into digital images in seconds. 5.1 mega pixel CMOS.
    Mac and PC compatible.
    Powered by electricity. Copy up to 15GB on a single charge, USB Plug and Play - PC and MAC compatable.