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Wolverine F2D scanner boasts five second film conversion

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November 14, 2008

Wolverine F2D Scanner

Wolverine F2D Scanner

November 14, 2008 Wolverine Data has presented consumers who want to preserve old film and slides with a solution that doesn't involve archive boxes and frequent dusting. The Wolverine F2D Scanner can convert 35mm film negatives and slides into 5-megapixel digital images without using a computer. The scanner features a 1.5-inch color LCD screen and a memory card reader that saves the converted images onto SD cards.

The scanner features a 1.5-inch color LCD screen for viewing and editing and a memory card reader that saves the converted images directly onto SD cards.

Matt Mardini, Wolverine Data president, says “We have created a very simple-to-use device that works right out of the box and produces a five-megapixel digital image in five seconds at a push of a button. Unlike similar devices currently on the market, the Wolverine F2D scanner does not require a computer or learning a new software program, and it takes very little space to operate, store or transport.”

The $149.99 F2D package includes the scanner, AC power adapter, USB cable, negatives cartridge, slides cartridge, cleaner, 1GB SD Card (limited time offer) and a one-year limited warranty from the date of purchase.

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