Argraph’s 23MP Pana-Vue Pana-Scan Slide & Film Scanner

Argraph’s 23MP Pana-Vue Pana-Scan Slide & Film Scanner


Carldstadt, NJ—Recognizing how many old photos, slides and negatives people have in drawers and shoeboxes, representing cherished memories, Argraph is highlighting its Pana-Vue Pana-Scan Slide & Film Scanner.

“We would love to see and share them with our friends and families. We’re just waiting for an easy, affordable way to turn them into high-res digital images so we can view them, share them, e-mail them, print them, store and organize them.
The wait is over!” the company announced.

Pana-Vue Pana-Scan Slide & Film Scanner Key Features

The new 23MP Pana-Vue Pana-Scan Slide & Film Scanner enables users to quickly and easily convert slides and negatives into high-resolution 23 megapixel digital images. Moreover, it does not need to be connected to a computer. PanaArgraph-23MP-Pana-Vue-Pana-Scan-Slide-&-Film-Scanner-conversion

In addition, the Pana-Scan comes with everything needed to digitize slides and negatives. It includes multiple film adapters and inserts for 35mm slides and 35mm, 110 and 126 Instamatic negatives. It also features a built-in 3.5-inch LCD color display that is double the size of previous models. Also included are multiple cables for device hookup.

Users can place their slides or film in one of the supplied holders. They can then insert the holder into the Pana-Scan. Once they view the images on the 3.5-inch screen, they can press the copy button. In addition, the bundled Stack Loader permits scanning of as many as 25 slides at a time. The digitized images are stored on an SD memory card. They are ready for use in a computer, to view on a TV screen, share online or print.

Moreover, the scanner is compatible with Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista & XP Service Pack II (32 bits/ 64 bits), as well as Mas iOS 10.5 and above. The included AC adapter powers the scanner. In addition, a computer can power it via a USB port and the included USB cable.

The stand-alone 23MP slide and film scanner does not require any additional software or drivers to operate.  Once images are scanned, users can utilize their favorite photo-editing app to edit, crop and enhance the new digital images in a computer, tablet or phone.   Argraph’s 23MP Pana-Vue Pana-Scan Slide & Film Scanner has a suggested retail price of $179.95.