Wolverine SNAP20 Review – Turn Your Old Negatives Into Digital Images

Whether it’s for the holidays, for someone’s birthday present, or even for a couple’s 25th wedding anniversary, the Wolverine SNAP20 is a great way to celebrate their day. It is a simple, straightforward, and an efficient device to quickly convert your old negatives lying around your home to physical originals or high-resolution digital versions. Using its 20-megapixal CMOS imaging sensor, you are sure to relive all your precious memories in either physical or digital format.

Wolverine SNAP20 Review - Turn Your Old Negatives Into Digital Images

Share Your Old Pictures from the Days of Film in Online Social Media With the Help of the Wolverine SNAP20

Within the Wolverine SNAP20 are dedicated film holders and print guides. These will allow you to scan both 35-millimeter film strips and mounted slides, and prints of up to 5 x 7-inches. Scanning is fast as the approximate time it takes to scan an image is around 5-seconds per photo. It also uses an “optical grade” surface for digitizing the photos to secure quality finishes and a durable unit.

At the exterior of the device, there is a built-in 24-inch color LCD. This allows users to preview their scans using either the internal memory or through an optional SD/SDHC memory card. These options can be used to store your files for future purposes. This will also allow you to have a more accessible means to share your old film photos to your friends and families through your social media accounts.

One convenient feature for the Wolverine SNAP20 Digital Image Converter is it can work alongside a computer. It has a USB 2.0 port and cable which can be used for importing files from a desktop or laptop computer without the need of specific drivers or a dedicated software. Simply put, the device (when plugged into a computer) is plug-and-play. Alongside the USB 2.0 port is a TV-out jack. This lets you display your images onto a larger TV screen for everyone in the family to view and reminisce Uncle John sneaking a bite of your old wedding cake.

It is advised to scan around 15 photos at a time should you be opting to take advantage of the internal memory. Since said memory is rather small, it would allow you to name them on a separate device (should you wish to) in a more convenient manner.

The Wolverine SNAP20 delivers great quality results for scanned images. It is very simple to use and just about anyone can just pick up their old photo albums, get a strip of film negative, then directly feed it into the device.

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