With the reflecta Combo Album Scan you are able to digitize slides, negatives and photos in the wink of an eye. The open to the bottom design and the integrated illumination can also easily scan images from books or photo albums without having to be removed from them.
A CMOS-sensor with 14 megapixels provides the highest image quality and allows short scan times of less than two seconds. The scanner has a 6 cm LC display, an integrated SD/SDHC card slot and a lithium-ion battery. As a standalone device it is completely independent of a PC or power supply.
- Film types:Film stripes and 5x5 slides – Positive, Negative (135, optional 110 und 126)
- Photo formats: up to 94 x 141 mm
- Resolution film scan: 4416 x 2944 pixels
- Image sensor: CMOS (14 megapixels)
- Dynamic range: 3.0 Dmax
- 2,4‘‘ TFT LC display: Preview function
- Illumination: 24 + 3 white LEDs
- Exposure control: automatic and manual
- Card slot: SD / SDHC up to 32 GB
- Scan speed: approx. 2 seconds per image
- Interface for data transfer: USB 2.0
- Weight: approx. 1050 g
- Dimensions: 182 x 209 x 162 mm (L x W x H)
- Power supply: Power Adapter 5V/1A Battery: Li-Ion 3,7V/1050mAh
- Compatibility: JPEG image format is compatible with all digital playback devices.
Scope of delivery
- Combo Album Scan
- Holder for 35mm film stripes
- Holder for 35mm mounted slides
- Power supply
- USB cable
- Cleaning brush
- Lithium-ion battery
- User’s manual
- Adobe® Photoshop® Elements (according to your choice above)
When working with film strips it can often happen that you accidentally touch the emulsion side of the film. The damage often is irreparable. You can avoid damages to the film material and comfortably insert film strips into the scanner or film holder by wearing fine cotton gloves.
Anti-dust spray is used to clean film material - no matter if it's mounted slides or film strips - by removing dust and fluffs with a flimsy current of air without touching the film material at all. There is no better, more comfortable and more efficient way to clean your film material.
For working with single negatives or positives we highly recommend using tweezers, because otherwise you run the risk of touching and damaging the film.
If you work with digital images - no matter if they come from a digital camera or from a film scanner - you should calibrate your screen. Without a screen calibration performed with objective criteria you run the risk of wrongly adjusting the settings of the scan or the image editing software, which makes the image look right on your screen, but will cause unnatural alienated colours on other output devices (printer, image service, new screen).