Gone are the days of making trips to get your photos developed—now everything can be done in the comfort of your own home or office. Here are our picks for film scanners to ease the process of converting photos from your roll to your computer.
Many at-home scanners only work with stills, so if you want to get your super 8 reels digitized, make sure the scanner specifies it works with motion as well. This model also boasts a 32GB memory card and a 6-foot long HDMI cable.
Sometimes you can’t transfer your newly converted digital photos to a flash drive or your computer’s hard drive right away. Considering that, it might be best to invest in a film scanner that has built-in memory. With film rolls, you’re taking a limited amount of photos, and JPEGs are typically small files already—so you won’t need a lot of built-in storage for most situations.