Kodak’s New SCANZA Film Scanner Looks Like an Upgraded Wolverine F2D

The new Kodak SCANZA Digital Film Scanner is a lot like the Wolverine F2D but with a few updates.

If you shoot film and you’re willing to look past the shady moves that Kodak pulled off at the 2018 CES, you might want to keep reading. There’s no denying that the company has been strong on their film game in recent years, so it makes sense that they had a bunch of film photography stuff at their CES booth. One of these was the SCANZA Digital Film Scanner, a 14/22 Megapixel scanner that can take 35mm, 126, 110, Super 8, and 8mm film negatives and slides.

If the SCANZA looks familiar to you, it’s most likely because it looks and works a lot like the Wolverine F2D. We reviewed the Wolverine last year and found that, while the quality isn’t comparable to that of pricier, pro-level scanners, it’s not so shabby either. We imagine Kodak’s new film scanner to produce the same quality of scans as the Wolverine.

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Review: Wolverine F2D Mighty 20MP 7-in-1 Film to Digital Converter

With analog film photography on the rise, there is obviously the need and want for many city dwelling photographers with little room in apartments to want to scan their photos; and that’s where the Wolverine F2D Mighty 20MP 7-in-1 Film to Digital Converter comes into play. No, it’s not a drum scanner. And it’s surely not one of those scanners well over $1,000. But it’s also not supposed to be. This film scanner scans 110 film, super 8 film, and 35mm negative and slide film in addition to black and white. For only [amazon_link asins=’B00O46B7TY’ template=’PriceLink’ store=’thephobl-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’c8ab35ba-de67-11e6-965f-bfba3e10fa0d’] though, you really can’t complain about the quality.

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