Slide/negative scanner/digitiser at Lidl for just £24.99 (in store from Sunday 18th March).
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Slide/negative scanner/digitiser at Lidl for just £24.99 (in store from Sunday 18th March).

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LocalFound 15th MarEdited by:"Besford"
Most people use digital cameras/phones for their photography these days but have a few boxes of old slides and prints with negatives stored away somewhere. These can be professionally scanned into digital format for storage on a computer and printing but it's an expensive process. This Silvercrest scanner lets you do it quickly and cheaply yourself and bring those old memories back to life.

My experience of these cheap scanners is that the quality is plenty good enough for most people's needs; if there's the odd 'special' shot you can always have that processed professionally once identified on your own scanner. A quick look around the internet suggests these things start at over £40 and many are over £100, so £24.99 is great value.

These offers often go very quickly so I'd advise getting to Lidl on Sunday morning if you want one!
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teame.trevski2 m ago

captured image quality will be poor


Qualify what you mean by 'poor'. Like I said - good enough for most people's needs and selected shots can then be professionally scanned if needed. Please post a link to one which meets your criteria and we'll compare the price!
Besford5 m ago

Qualify what you mean by 'poor'. Like I said - good enough for most …Qualify what you mean by 'poor'. Like I said - good enough for most people's needs and selected shots can then be professionally scanned if needed. Please post a link to one which meets your criteria and we'll compare the price!


Got an Epsom flatbed scanner, yes over £100 (second hand) but if you had 1000's of slides to do, given the time it takes and value to family, well worth it. These things are junk imho, but if price matters buy it.
Any ICE dust removal? or 3D scanning?

Been on offer before I think anyone got any feedback or comments?
teame.trevski4 h, 46 m ago

Got an Epsom flatbed scanner, yes over £100 (second hand) but if you had …Got an Epsom flatbed scanner, yes over £100 (second hand) but if you had 1000's of slides to do, given the time it takes and value to family, well worth it. These things are junk imho, but if price matters buy it.



I give up on HUKD sometimes: it's a 25 quid scanner, not a £100+ piece of semi-professional kit (or, alternatively, some piece of tat from Poundland)! It works. When you've scanned your hundreds/thousands of old shots you can decide if any are worth getting processed professionally - probably not as most of the originals will be rubbish quality to start with, taken on some old Kodak plastic box. Can you post better for less? Thought not.

Perhaps you could work out that it's not aimed at you as a consumer? Oh well. Hope you're happy with your Alba radio .
Edited by: "Besford" 15th Mar
  • High-definition CMOS 5 megapixel sensor produces quality 1800 dpi scans with automatic colour balancing and exposure control for £25 doesn't seem bad to me. Anyone know of anything better for under twice the price. Heat added!
My folks lost the installation disk. Anyone know where you can get the drivers? Is it Win10 compatible?
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