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VuPoint Digital Film and Slide Scanner

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cameras, Misc. Tech, USB,

VuPoint ScannerThe VuPoint Solutions Digital Film and Slide Scanner has a 2.4-inch TFT color display, a 5MP CMOS Sensor, a USB 1.1 interface and is compatible with both Mac and Windows. The FC-C520-VP has 32MB of memory that can be expanded to 8GB with an SD card. Not only will it scan, it can covert your old slides and negatives to digital images in either JPEG or TIFF files. At a price of $129.99, it comes with adapter, USB and video cables and software CD.


QTV Digital Photo Frame

QTVPhoto frames aren’t so dull-looking anymore. The QTV is not only a frame that can produce a slide show with music, it is also an FM tuner, and MP3 and 4 player. With a 3.5-inch TFT LCD, it has a 320x234p resolution, a built-in speaker, an alarm clock and calendar. The device has a built-in Li-ion rechargeable battery, an SD slot that supports SD/SDHC and MMC and USB 2.0 thumb drive. The QTV has an energy saving auto-shut off, comes in yellow or pukey pink with adapter and mini USB cable at a price of $89.00.

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Panasonic PT-DZ12000 Projector

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Panasonic PT-DZ12000Panasonic’s PT-DZ12000 is curiously cooled with a water system. Its four built-in lamps deliver 12,000 lumens that can cast a 600-inch projection from a minimum of 12.4 meters. The projector has curve screen support and recently made its debut at Infocomm 08 in Las Vegas. Panasonic is counting on the device for exhibitions, amusement facilities, and major events. Due out in August, the PT-DZ12000 will carry a whopping price of $69,000.00. At that price, it seems you could simply correct the curved walls.

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Digital Converter Organizes Slides and Negatives

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Cameras, Misc. Tech, USB,

Slide ConverterConvert all those old slides and 35mm film negatives up to 1,829 DPI into digital JPEGs with a single scan. The USB 2.0 converter can take all those boxes of clips and family albums and transform them into something smaller and permanent. The 5MP Cmos sensor features 10 bits per color channel and comes with software for editing, resizing, and correcting with Photoshop. Unfortunately, the device, which features and LED backlight won’t work with Mac, but for $99.00, we guess nothing is perfect. Order now for a one to 3 week delivery.

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