If you only want to scan film, you will get better image quality if you buy one of the better dedicated film scanners. If you want to scan prints you will need a flatbed scanner. High quality flatbed scanners will also scan film but you may not get the same image quality as you would get with the best dedicated film scanners. The less expensive film scanners create the lowest quality scans. Don’t buy a scanner on this page (or anywhere else) until you read my article, The Best Film and Flatbed Scanners. A scanner that might be just fine for one person will be totally unsuitable for the next person and I don’t want you to make an informed choice.
DEDICATED FILM SCANNERS
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE Film Scanner
Pacific Image PrimeFilm XE 35mm Film & Slide Scanner – One-touch scan button, 3-line RGB linear CCD sensor, 10,000×10,000 dpi Resolution 48-bit
Pacific Image Prime-Film 7200U 35mm Slide & Film Scanner with USB Interface, 7200×3600 dpi Resolution, for Mac & Windows
KODAK SCANZA Digital Film & Slide Scanner – Converts 35mm, 126, 110, Super 8 & 8mm Film Negatives & Slides to JPEG
Wolverine F2D Mighty 20MP 7-in-1 Film to Digital Converter
Epson Perfection V850 Pro scanner
Epson Perfection V600 Color Photo, Image, Film, Negative & Document Scanner
Canon CanoScan 9000F MKII Photo, Film and Negative Scanner, Flatbed
Page created February 27, 2018. Updated May 4, 2018.