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    Two new digital film scanners and a 35mm slide viewer from Kodak can now be purchased from Amazon and they're rather reasonably priced.

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    Convert any 4x5 camera into an enlarger and create high-quality prints and scans from your 4x5, 120 and 35mm negatives.

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    Kenro has a new film scanner that can be used as a standalone product for those who want to save straight to memory cards.

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    A new desktop 35mm film scanner is now available from Reflecta.

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    Kenro, the UK and Ireland distributor of Reflecta, has announced the Reflecta ProScan 10T film scanner.

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    Reflecta has launched a new range of cost-effective slide viewers.

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    Reflecta has released a new scanner for 35mm film users with a scanning speed of two seconds per slide.

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    Kenro has announced a new Reflecta Super 8 Cine Film scanner that records Super 8 film in full HD.

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    Reflecta has announced the launch of a new 35mm film scanner that can digitize your negatives at 10,000 DPI.

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    Reflecta has announced the launch of a smartphone scanner allowing users to scan photos directly onto their phone.

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    Epson is to launch a new film scanner that automatically repairs damaged film.

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    Reflecta has launched a new 14 megapixel two second film scanner.

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