It is quick to install, easy and simple to use and produces a great product
1 September 2014
Summary: The scanner is just what was required. I had a different brand scanner but when I changed my pc to Windows 7 it was not compatible. The ION Slide to PC Scanner was simple to operate, quick to get up and running and is a high grade scanner. It has done all that I require and have scanned at least 200 35mm slides so far with great outcomes.I am very pleased with the product.
Summary: It's good 13mp film scanner. Cheap and compact. Perfect for home use and for budget films. I bought this scanner for scanning film with Nikon F100. Professional scanners cost several times more expensive!
Summary: Converts 35mm slides to digital photos at advertised resolution. Might want higher resolution, but you have to pay more for that. I am totally satisfied with what this device does. Only advice I could give is be patient with some slides - it takes a couple of seconds for the auto-gain control to set back-light brightness.
Summary: This is a fair product but one I would avoid for pros or advanced amateurs looking to scan their slides and negatives. Its okay for hobbyists however. Its inexpensive and easy too use. The viewing screen is small compared too several other models but its also less expensive. This is fine for a few slides or negatives but if you want high quality scans buy a better unit.
Summary: Good product, if you have tons of slides, this is a must have. Good quality and resolution. One of the coolest features, you don't have to plug it in to your pc, your files go straight to the SD card (included).
Summary: Not enough stars available for this product. It is so easy to use, and so quick, 2 seconds per slide, just click OK twice and your slides are saved to SD card ( supplied ). Save to PC and WOW that's all there is to it. "simples". You don't even need a PC, just plug in to mains and carry on.
Summary: After plowing through a user unfriendly set-up that took the better of two hours, I got the slide converter to work. However, two days later when I returned to copy more slides, the device failed. I called cuistomer services and spoke to two techs. They finally concluded there was a hardware problem. So, I followed their instructions and paperwork to return it to the company for repair or replacement (at my expense).