Veho Film and Slide Converter

by Mark R

Veho Film and Slide Converter

I don’t know about you, but I remember when a projector was something that could not do DVDs, but was designed to project things called slides. These were 35mm white framed things that you would have to arrange in a round housing carousel. Then you would click on a button, and the slide would be projected, usually upside down or sideways. Slideshows were an excellent way to bore guests with still shots of your life, and it was also an excellent way to get guests to leave.

To be honest, I can’t remember the last time I saw a slide show, since we live in an age of PowerPoint. However, there are still people who have tons of these slides gathering dust in their attic. Clearly, somebody needs to convert these slides to digital files before time takes its toll.

The Veho Film and Slide Converter is way ahead of us. All a user needs to do is plug in the apparatus to a USB drive, then have it take a picture of the slide you need with its 5 megapixel camera. The device can also do film negatives as well.

It is definitely the best way for senior citizens to digitally store their memories. If you know someone like this, then you should buy them a Veho Film and Slide Converter on the Hammacher site for about $129.95.

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Veho Colourbright Slide/Negative Scanner » Coolest Gadgets Says: February 10, 2010 at 8:42 pm

[…] seen an old Veho Film and Slide Converter a couple of years ago, but here is an updated version – the Veho Colorbright Slide/Negative […]

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