Indoors or Outdoors? The Smartphone Film Scanner is Good with Both!

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With the release of the Smartphone Film Scanner just around the corner, yo might ask yourself if it really can handle all of your analogue shots. What about those indoor shots maybe made with a flash or the cross-processed shots with high contrasts? Fear not, the scanner is up for all these challenges. Convince yourself with a gallery of shots right after the jump!

No matter where and on what film your shots have been taken, the Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner is up for the job. Community member guanatos received the scanner as a test user and scanned some of his shots with it. Enjoy some galleries including both shots from regular color negative film as well as cross processed shots made with slide film!

You can buy the scanner online or Find a Store

These shots were made with the Lomography XPro 200 ISO and the Lomography Color Negative 100 ISO. We already have three other galleries of scans made with the Smartphone Film Scanner ready for you to check out. Here are sixsixty's gallery of scans, vgzalez's scans and wapclub's test scans.

The scans you can get with your Lomography Smartphone Scanner are even good enough quality to print.

The scanner also brings long-forgotten negatives back to life! Convince yourself here and here!

written by bohlera on 2013-03-15 in #news #color-negatives #analogue-photography #vintage #tutorials #35mm-films #vingnetting #scanner #sprockets #developing #accessories #smartphone #scanning #camera-modifications #smartphone-scanner #analogue-cameras

2 Comments

  1. savi0325
    savi0325 ·

    Anyone having issues scanning their film using an android phone? I'm using a Samsung galaxy S2 and no matter how many riser combos I use, I cant get the image to focus. Works perfect with iPhone, of course :) Any help or feedback would be appreciated. Thank you

  2. vivie
    vivie ·

    @savi0325
    Choose makro and the option to focus to one point which has not to be in the middle. So that you can klick on any part of the picture and he tries to focue that point. Then you have to klick on nearly the end of the picture. Exactly that point, where picture ends and frame (on the negative) starts. try it für 2 or three times. When you klick on the right point, he will focus!

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