Looking for a great new way to turn your 35mm film and negatives into a digital image you can print and share?
This was a Kickstarter project that came to fruition.
The Scanner makes use of the back-light in the device to take a photo of the film and create a digital image. You can edit and even create panoramas with the Lomography app that included in the package.
We aren't sure how long 35mm film will last, but a digital image will last forever.
I found it easy to set up and compatible with my wife's iPhone and the assortment of Android phones that I use. "Archiving" is a big buzzword in the photography world and this device allows you to easily archive pictures that have been in your family for generations.
Lomography bills the Scanner as the smallest and easiest to use film to digital scanner on the market, and I have to agree. And at a price point under $75, this is a must own for a family that has valuable pictures or film they want to convert to digital.
So, if you don't want to turn your old film to a photo lab to do the conversion, you can now do it yourself with this unique Lomography product.
Get yours at www.shop.lomography.com and give it a try.