Xenta 35mm Slide & Negative Scanner 5.0MP - £29.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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My dad was after one of these for his old photos, don't know much about them but this looks like a good price, and pretty funky too! (see video on ebuyer page)

* 35mm slide & negative converter - Convert your favorite photos into digital pictures
* Supplied with Drivers & User Utility Software
* Easy setup & operation via USB
* Create slideshows

System Requirements & Specifications;

* O/S Microsoft Windows XP, Vista
* Standard USB1.1 / USB2.0 port
* Picture Format; JPEG
* Sensor 5.0mp CMOS

* Lens F/NO=6.4, f=14.06mm
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#1
the entry-level models are usually in the £40 - £50 region, so this is pretty cheap
#2
:thumbsup:
#3
I thought it was a kettle at first look.
#4
how good is this?
#5
Was looking for one of these the other day ! Thanks OP, H+R added :-)

They go for similar money on Ebay and I have just got a boxload of slides to do, so probably good to sell on afterwards if anyone was wondering...
#6
i really want this to be a decent scanner, but all the others at this price are mediocre. Quite often they blow the highlights completely and under expose the shadows - worst of both worlds. You end up spending loads of time in PS and still end up with something that is poorish.

Does anyone have experience of this model?
#7
Agreed garibaldi as I want a unit that does a decent job without having to mess about with photoshop. Ideally i show my parents how to use it and they just scan the negatives in without any after editing.
#8
hot deal
#9
I have a similar type although not the same and scans are acceptable-just don't expect a film equivalent print as there is loss in detail and quality-some colours not faithfully reproduced. I suppose you get what you pay for. Top end ones cost a couple of hundred quid.
#10
Now £37.99 :x

Oh well, not going to bother taking a risk at this price. I was almost ready to commit to buy before.

Good find though.
#11
They've bumped price up to £37.99
#12
i was just about to go for this and i see its up to £38
#13
hornetsam
i was just about to go for this and i see its up to £38


same :(
#14
I've got a Veho one I'm finished with and could pass (sell) it onto someone if there is interested.
#15
[QUOTE=moe922]I've got a Veho one I'm finished with and could pass (sell) it onto someone if there is interested.[/QUOTE

What is the quality like? Any chance of showing a scanned picture from it?
#16
you can get them off ebay for a fiver. is this one 10x better?
#17
moe922
I've got a Veho one I'm finished with and could pass (sell) it onto someone if there is interested.


I'd be interested!
#18
Mine has only been out of the box and used once. Would do it for £30 + P&P. Let me know if you're interested at that price and I'll post it in a FS thread. Will post a link here.

For your reference, my model number is the VEHO VFS-001 (5 mega pixel)
#19
moe922
Mine has only been out of the box and used once. Would do it for £30 delivered. Let me know if you're interested at that price and I'll post it in a FS thread. Will post a link here.

For your reference, my model number is the VEHO VFS-001 (5 mega pixel)


Sorry I just had a look at the reviews for that model and it's put me off. All the best with the sale and thanks for offering it to me.

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