Film Slide Scanning: 35mm Negative Scanning & Photograph Scanning

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Film Slide Scanners

Many flatbed scanners have the ability to scan film and negatives, but some are more able than others. When scanning film negatives, you must look for a film slide scanner or flatbed scanner with a high resolution of above 2400dpi x 4800dpi.

We have selected a range of flatbed machines which are commonly purchased by our customers for this purpose. In addition, the Plustek OpticFilm 8200i  or Kodak Scanza are 35mm film slide scanners and is a perfect fit for professional photographers looking to scan only their negative film slides. 

With the Epson Perfection V range, it is possible to scan larger film slides with differing holders that can be purchased additionally.

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Canon CanoScan LiDE 400 Flatbed Scanner
  • CompatibilityMac OS, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows XP
  • Page SizeA4
  • Scanning SpeedUp to 15ppm
  • Resolution4800 dpi
  • Scanning SideSimplex (Single Sided)
£57.00 ex. VAT
Plustek ePhoto z300 Photo Scanner
  • CompatibilityVista, Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows XP
  • Page SizeA4
  • Scanning Speed0271UK
  • Feeder Capacity10
  • Resolution600 dpi
£175.00 ex. VAT
Kodak Scanza Digital Film & Slide Scanner
  • CompatibilityMac OS, Windows 10
  • Page SizeFilm & Slide
  • Warranty Length12-Month Standard
£199.00 ex. VAT
Epson Perfection V600 Flatbed Scanner
  • CompatibilityMac OS, Windows 10, Windows 7
  • Page SizeA4
  • Scanning SpeedUp to 15ppm
  • Resolution6400 dpi
  • Scanning SideSimplex (Single Sided)
£229.00 ex. VAT
Plustek OpticFilm 8200i SE/Ai Film & Slide Scanner
  • CompatibilityMac OS, Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows XP
  • Page SizeFilm & Slide
  • Scanning SpeedNA
  • Feeder CapacityNA
  • Resolution600 dpi
£265.00 ex. VAT
Epson FastFoto ff-680w Photo Scanner
  • CompatibilityMac OS, macOS High Sierra, Windows 10, Windows 8
  • Page SizeA4
  • Scanning Speed65ppm
  • Feeder Capacity100 sheets
  • Resolution600 dpi
£416.00 ex. VAT
Epson Perfection V850 Pro Flatbed Scanner
  • CompatibilityMac OS, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows XP
  • Page SizeA4
  • Scanning SpeedNo ADF Value
  • Resolution6400 dpi
  • Scanning SideSimplex (Single Sided)
£615.00 ex. VAT
Plustek OpticFilm 120 Film & Slide Scanner
  • CompatibilityMac OS, Windows 10
  • Page SizeFilm & Slide
  • Scanning SpeedNA
  • Feeder CapacityNA
  • Warranty Length12-Month Standard
£1535.00 ex. VAT
Epson Expression 12000XL A3 Flatbed Scanner
  • CompatibilityMac OS, Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8
  • Page SizeA3
  • Warranty Length12-Month Standard
  • Resolution2400 dpi x 4800 dpi
  • Scanning SideSimplex (Single Sided)
£2635.00 ex. VAT Was £3095.00 ex. VAT
Epson Expression 12000XL PRO A3 Flatbed Scanner
  • CompatibilityMac OS, Vista, Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8
  • Page SizeA3
  • Warranty Length12-Month Standard
  • Resolution2400 dpi x 4800 dpi
  • Scanning SideSimplex (Single Sided)
£3455.00 ex. VAT
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Photograph Scanners

We get asked all the time, "what is the best scanner for scanning my photos?". In truth, all scanners with a resolution of 600dpi will be able to scan standard 6x4" photographs.

If you have time to scan each photograph individually and want to pick up the highest detail, a flatbed scanner would better suit your needs.

On the other hand, if you have boxes of photographs and need them scanning quickly, and ADF scanner (auto-document feed) will be better suited to you. This type of sheet fed scanner will not damage your photographs if they are relatively new, but if the photos are delicate then maybe you should also consider a flatbed.