A little pricey but looks like it was well made. We are really anxious to use it.
The wolverine film scanner scans every frame of the original film to produce an mp4 file. This is the way to go unless you want to spend the big bucks on a video transfer service. The wolverine comes with all the materials needed for converting and sh... Read More
It is solidly made, and handles the film gently and precisely. Was a breeze to transfer the film to digital.
The only negatives are it takes a long time (approx. An hour) the booklet shows how to insert the film which helped.
The results are far better than projecting the film onto a screen and recording it with a digital video camera. The picture quality on my 32-inch hp all-in-one computer is about equal to what i remember it looking like decades ago when i viewed the fi... Read More
What a disappointment, and waste of $400. If you have longer videos it is a nightmare. Only buy this is your expectations are very modest and you don't want to go to any effort. Very, very disappointed.
This machine is faulty and will be returning it, but i won't get back the full week of time working with it. It constantly jams. The unit stops, stutters and then tries again only to repeat the first issues. They apparently do this as a slap on the wr... Read More
The warranty on the magnasonic is for one year. The warranty ends when the counter gets to 200, and if you encounter numerous problems you will get there well before the warranty period expires. There had been no traffic on that card except the purcha... Read More
The options are also very limiting, only an exposure and sharpness option. Pictures are a bit fuzzy and you need to be careful to make sure any background light (such as from an overhead) doesn't casts a shadow or glare.