ClearClick 14 MP QuickConvert 2.0 Photo, Slide, and Negative Scanner - Scan 4x6 Photos & 35mm, 110, 126 Film
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Thank you, Sue. Yes, it turns your negative into a photo when scanned. Please note that this is only a suggestion and may not be accurate. The owner of ClearClick is Keith Gilbert
As a general rule, a scanner generates JPG images that are roughly 4000x3000 pixels, varying according to the type of photo or film I hope this was helpful!
No, I don't believe that to be true. It is likely that 35mm slides are 2X2 inches, but unless you get a scanner that does that, it is likely that you will have to put them in
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Selected User Reviews For ClearClick 14 MP QuickConvert 2.0 Photo, Slide, and Negative Scanner - Scan 4x6 Photos & 35mm, 110, 126 Film
In my opinion, the scanner works well for scanning photos that are in photo albums. I have yet to test it on slides or negatives. In the end, it didn't turn out well. I could not see the scan clearly because the edges were very dark. The scan is in quotation marks because it is not actually scanning the image, it is actually taking a picture of it with a digital camera mounted in a light box. But even so, when I take a picture with my iPhone, the shot is more even in lighting and less distorted. bottom of the image is wider than the top, making it a skewed image. The final rating of 2 stars is because if you have images that are permanently glued to albums and you don't have the time or ability to scan each image individually when an album is a giant volume on a flatbed at extreme angles, then this product is better than nothing. Aside from that, it is a pretty low price. In the meantime, I will return it and continue to scan using the old fashioned method. Compared to the scanners/cameras that I tested, you can see the difference in the image. For a unit that fixed all of the issues I have listed, I would have paid over $500.
This is law. There seems to be no scanning involved there, it looks just like you are taking a photo of your image. Only photos up to 4 x 6 can be printed this way. It says you can lay it on top of the photo in the album and scan it right on the page. This is the only difference. However, I found that the plastic on most of the pages was often scuffed, which caused scuffing to appear in the photocopy. In order to copy it, I had to remove the picture from the sleeve. I preferred using this over a flat bed scanner because it was easier and faster. In addition to the flat bed scanner, I used a whole-frame scanner to scan photos larger than 4 x 6 inches. I agree with what others have said as well as the fact that ClearClick even enhances some photos that are not that spectacular as they are. It takes me a long time to copy my pictures. I have over 10,000 copies so far. The product is very good and I would highly recommend it.
It was easy to set up and get started with the product as soon as it arrived. There is a great deal of clarity in the instructions. The ease of using it with slides or film is a mystery to me as I have only used it for photo conversion. It is fast, but more of a pain if the photos are not organized according to their sizes. Otherwise, it will be necessary to adjust the size setting more frequently. In real life, the tray in which the image is placed is very thin. Therefore, the entire component that is visible in the product picture is the part that will be removed after each conversion is finished. You may like it because it's light, but if you are like me and want to convert hundreds or thousands of photos, then you'll have to do some repetitive motions. Although the product comes with an 8 gigabyte memory card, I chose to upgrade it in order to avoid having to transfer and then reload it. I am not very computer savvy, so I bought the ClearClick because of that. It seems to perform as advertised, so I am satisfied with my decision.
I love it when things are so easy. There are thousands of slides and photos to look at, so I am not aiming for studio perfection. I will pass this on to my You can view slides quickly and choose to save them before they are saved. Photos, however, may take some time. Located on a base, the unit is mounted. It is possible to lift off the unit, place the photograph on the table, and replace the base to capture the image. Although it is so effective, it still works About three hours are included in the battery life, but the charger is easy to use. Although I haven't used the editing software or uploaded pictures to my computer yet, so far everything is going well.
First, the pictures are stored in a removable plastic tray. You know that most photos don't lie flat, so there is nothing on the tray to hold them As a consequence, the scans are not in as sharp focus as one would like. Secondly, the tray is hard to align with the machine. I know how I would fix it to make it MUCH easier than it now is to. As a final note, the monitor screen is tiny, so if you aren't looking at it directly, you get no use from it. Although I am satisfied with it overall, I would probably change it if I had to do it over again.
I don't know exactly what I am doing wrong or what the scanner is doing, but it gives every 35mm photo a bad look by creating a soft purple and pink vignette around the edges. All the trays and everything are used by me. All the right settings are in place. The film is not expired and does not need to be discarded.
My experiences have been that each one requires me to connect it to my PC and install the software package before the scanning process can proceed. It is the second generation of the ClearClick QuickConvert. The 0 user interface is really nice. Your PC does not need to be turned on. All you need to do is plug the scanner into a wall outlet and the AC adapter will do the rest. As part of the package, the unit comes with an 8GB memory card and a charging cable You may need to write As a matter of fact, you will probably not need the instructions, since it is very easy As well as being very affordable, the price is very competitive as well. I only had one issue with the product The description said that it comes with a battery, but mine did not. Despite the fact that I'd still recommend this scanner for anyone trying to save a stack of slides or A brief update I am concerned about the battery that is "missing. ". As soon as I contacted the vendor, they offered to ship me a new battery, but suggested I first look under the packing materials in the box. Sure enough, there was the battery!.
My in-laws loved this gift and I gave it to them as a present. It took them very little time to learn how to use it.