Kodak Scanza film scanner review : Easy-to-use, but overpriced

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The Kodak Scanza is a simple, non-professional film scanner. It wears the Kodak logo, but has no affiliation with Kodak Alaris, the company bringing back Kodak T-Max P3200 and Ektachrome.

Key features
  • Tilting 3.5″ LCD
  • SD card slot
  • Video out, HDMI and USB connectivity
  • Works with: 35mm, 126, 110, Super 8 and 8mm formats

What’s included

Opening the box you’re greeted with HDMI, USB and video out cables, an AC adapter, user manual, the scanner itself (in bubble wrap below), a toothbrush shaped surface cleaner and a handful of plastic film holders. Pretty much everything is plastic and feels a little cheap in its construction quality.

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