Veho VFS-004 Deluxe 35mm Slide And Negative One Touch Scanner RRP £99.99 only £49.99 + Free Delivery @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Bring back to life those old memories with the touch of a button!

Bring back to life those old memories on old photographic formats. The VFS-004 Deluxe will scan your old 35mm slides and negatives and allow you to then edit them in Photoimpressions software ready for printing, archiving or just viewing them on the big screen. The new VFS-004 Deluxe includes Colourbright technology picture enhancement software that increases the clarity of the picture by automatically adjusting the back light and colour balance according to the subject matter. Now bundled with an upgraded 5GB me account so you can store and share your pictures with friends and family anywhere in the world. Other features on the new deluxe version are multi directional insert tray flaps and faster one touch scanning.

5 Mega Pixel Cmos lens for high resolution results
Fast one touch scan
USB Powered - no external PSU needed
Focus - Auto focus and back light exposure
Colour balance - auto correct using Colourbright technology
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I dont think I have ever seen these for sale at the full price of £99...

Bought one last year for my mother... tried using it at xmas and the colours came out horendous, everything was blue... have never used it since...
Comment on seems positive!

"I received this for Christmas and am delighted with it as it's so easy to use and quick, too. The only drawback so far is the lack of a negative tray for 110 films, of which I have many. But other than that, I am delighted with this item."
I bought one from amazon earlier this year and the results were poor,over contrasted and green tints.Sent it back.
I had a very similar veho model last year some time.

On the positive side, it was very very quick - about a second per scan.

However, the scans were pretty poor quality. It may be useful if you just want a "thumbnail" view so you can browse your film negatives at your computer - you could then identify decent photos & scan them with a decent scanner....?

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