On Sun, Nov 28, 2010 at 12:44 AM, Brian Kemp <email@example.com> wrote:
> Interesting timing as I was just looking at this same thing. B I plan to
> order a Wolverine F2D-300 from Costco.com on 2 Dec when they go on sale for
> $89.99 ($40 off). B The reviews for this new model (sold by Costco and the
> manufacture only so far as I can tell) and the F2D-200 at Amazon are very
> good. B The 200 is 5 mega pixel while the 300 jumps to 7.3. B It also adds
> image brightness adjustment.
> "Wolverine F2D-300 35mm Slides and Negatives to 7.3 Megapixel Digital Image
> Converter" and the top result takes you to a site where you can download
> manual. B The second result is the manufactures merchant site. B The Costco
> link is fourth.
> You can also see the products outside Costco by going to the very bottom of
> the page at
I sent this info to Mark, but thought it worth sharing with the group.
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