Lomography's Smartphone Film Scanner has been designed to allow photographers to scan, edit and share their 35mm films. "Simply turn on the scanner's back-light, insert your film, take a photo with a smartphone and use the included app to edit and share," says the company. "In an instant, you'll end up with a digital version of your film which can be archived, emailed and shared with friends."
Lomography has turned to Kickstarter to raise the $50,000 necessary to finance the scanner's production. Delivery is expected to start in March.
The scanner is said to work with colour negative, colour slide and black-and-white film, and can also be used to scan unconventional photo formats, including longer panoramic shots and 35mm analogue movies.
The scanner will be compatible with Android devices and iPhones.
For more details, visit Lomography's Kickstarter page.
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