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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Anything you scan do, I scan do better!

Well, I can now after having bought the OTEK FS-501 Film and Slide Digital Scanner. No more fiddling with tricky computer software as it allows for stand-alone operation without computer.

It has 5 MegaPixels resolution for 35mm film strips and mounted slides, a 2.4" LCD colour display, and an in-built 32MB memory for image storage as well as a memory card slot.

And operating it is as easy as 1-2-3:

1. Gather all your slides and 35mm negatives

2. Switch on the scanner

3.Insert memory card and press button to save the digital images

And there you are, ready to relive your past of forty, fifty years ago!