Lomography Smartphone Scanner Digitizes Film And Shares Photos

Lomography Smartphone Scanner Digitizes Film And Shares Photos
technology

The device bridges the gap between analog and digital, enabling users to scan, edit, print, and share their film.

Emma Hutchings
  • 15 january 2013

Lomography bridges the gap between analog and digital with their new Smartphone Film Scanner. It enables users to scan, edit, print, and share their 35mm film, creating a digital version of the film.

The gadget offers analog photographers and retro-enthusiasts a great way to scan their stills quickly and easily. You simply switch on the back-light, insert your film, take a photo of it using your smartphone, and use the free app to edit and share. A digital version of your film will instantly appear, which can then be saved, emailed, printed, or shared on social networks.

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