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January 15, 2013

Turn film negatives to digital images w/ this contraption

Thinking of dumping your old 35mm negatives? Before you do, you might want to check out this Kickstarter-funded gizmo called Lomography Smartphone Scanner and maybe you’ll have a change of hearts afterwards.

As its name implies, this recently announced gizmo allows users to view their pictures that they captured using a film camera on their iPhone and other supported Android smartphones. It works by using your handset’s camera to snap a photo of the negative and your phone can then turn it into positive via a downloadable app.

Lomography Smartphone Scanner

But not only does the device permits you to view your treasured snaps, the Lomography Smartphone Scanner also offers user some minor imaging tweaks. This includes the ability to create a multi-frame animation and/or stitch multiple images to make a Panorama.

Once you’re happy with your snaps, the app also allows you to share your scanned negatives to your friends/followers. The Lomography Smartphone Scanner currently retails for USD40, but is slated to cost a little bit higher once it reaches the market. To know more about this awesome gadget, you can head over to this {link}.

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10 Responses to “Turn film negatives to digital images w/ this contraption”

  1. kamote says:

    I used to be a follower of yugatech. not anymore, puro copy paste articles nalang sus ano ba yan

  2. nameless says:

    Sorry, but the Chinese got this idea first – turn negatives to digital images. Seems that the writer is not aware yet of these product from CD-R King

    http://www.cdrking.com/?mod=products&type=view&sid=9452&main=156

    http://www.cdrking.com/index.php?mod=products&type=view&sid=9453&main=156

    Hipsters… :B

  3. looper says:

    yugatech’s becoming a shitty tech site. It’s not bringing the latest and has unoriginal posts.

  4. layas! says:

    wala naman pumipilit sa inyo na magbasa dito ah

  5. jtreyes says:

    I think CDR-King had/has a similar device available.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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