To operate requires one to download an apple app which costs $29. Better off with a regular negative viewer that can be used without any app or subscription.
Epson perfection v500 photo flatbed scanner does an excellent job of scanning both 35mm slides and negatives. Scanning is a tradeoff between time, quality, and price.
I'm impressed with this product, it’s really simple to use out of the box. It is a point-and-shoot kind of difficulty, meaning that it is very easy to use. It does a decent job, and makes the job more manageable and possible.
Great for quick acquisitions, conversions of analogue to digital. Sometimes even kodak’s +/-2 ev isn’t enough.
This little unit does a yeoman's job. Decent resolution and latitude options. It’s more economical if you have thousands of slides.
Scanning vs photographing slides is a great way to correct slight issues with the exposures. By knowing the capabilities of your photo editor, it’s easier to choose better adjustments.
The slide holder has just 2 slots, one for what's already being seen, and the other, for the next. The slide just slides in and it is not falling into a fixed slot. Device was no recognized on windows 11 or 10. Not only stand-alone device.