Dust is everywhere, even if the filmstrips that are wrapped and have been carefully collected, it is still unavoidable to get dust, not to mention the old filmstrips that have been stored for many years! Therefore, before using the film scanner to scan, we must first tell you the ideal way to clean the film!
What exactly is IT8 Target? What are those colored frames for?
Do you feel it’s really difficult to edit the scan images? Can you find the exact edit function in the software? Don’t worry, we’ve prepared a series of tutorial videos to guide you through the editing software step by step. Whether you want to adjust the brightness or remove the scratches, the answer is right here.
In order to express our gratitude to the UK readers, Plustek runs the competition to give away a OpticFilm 8200i SE slide and negative scanner in Amaterur Photographer website.
“If you want to get into film photography or have a desire to step back into the darkroom then the OpticFilm 8200i acts as the perfect bridge between film and digital.
It’s relatively inexpensive and enables you to transfer your images with relative ease to your computer, and also offers direct upload links to your favourite social outlets.”