Interesting timing as I was just looking at this same thing. I plan to
order a Wolverine F2D-300 from Costco.com on 2 Dec when they go on sale
for $89.99 ($40 off). 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. The 200 is 5 mega pixel while the 300 jumps to 7.3. It
also adds an 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 the manual. The second result is the manufactures merchant
site. The Costco link is fourth.
You can also see the products outside Costco by going to the very bottom
of the page at
On 11/27/2010 4:56 PM, Mark J Bradakis wrote:
> Interesting. One of my projects in the years I worked at the U of U
> was to get a box working with our computers, a box that took a
> digital image and put it on film, slides or Polaroids.
> Now I'm interested in going the other way. I have a bunch of
> slides from my previous life as a an avid skier, climber and
> general man about the mountains. I'm planning to write up
> some of my adventures and would like pictures to go along with
> them, taken from the collection of old slides.
> I know there are slide scanners out there, anyone have any
> experience with such beasts?
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