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Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner User Manual

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About Kodak

Kodak, officially known as Eastman Kodak Company, is an American multinational corporation that has historically been closely associated with photography and imaging. Founded by George Eastman in 1888, Kodak played a significant role in popularizing photography and making it more accessible to the general public.

INTRODUCTION

Thank you for purchasing the KODAK SCANZA Digital Film Scanner. This User Guide is intended to provide you with guidelines to ensure that the operation of this product is safe and does not pose risks to the user. Any use that does not conform to the guidelines described in this User Guide may void the limited warranty. This product is intended for household use only. This product is covered by a limited warranty and is subject to conditions and exclusions.

Easily convert your slides, negatives, and even Super 8 frames to digital images that you can store and preserve. Save your treasured memories on an SD™ card (not included), or to your computer. You can also directly connect to a TV or HDTV to view images.

FEATURES

  • Converts 35mm, 126, 110, and Super 8 and 8mm film negatives and slides to JPEGS in seconds
  • 14/22 megapixel resolution
  • No computer or software required
  • Adjustable scanning resolution, brightness, and coloration
  • Tilt-up 3.5″ color TFT color LCD screen
  • Saves images to SD memory card (not included) or computer
  • Video-out for TV connection (TV and HDMI cables included)
  • Convenient, easy-loading film and negative adapters and inserts
  • MAC and PC-compatible

BOX CONTENTS

  • Digital film scanner
  • Video cable
  • AC adapter
  • Warranty card
    3 Adapter trays
  • HDMI cable
  • Cleaning brush
  • 3 Inserts
  • USB cable
  • User guide

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

  • Important: Do not expose this product to liquids or high humidity.
  • Do not handle this product with wet hands. Risk of electric shock.
  • Warning: Do not attempt to disassemble or alter this unit. This device contains no user-serviceable parts.
  • Do not block any ventilation openings.
  • Do not operate this device near heat sources such as radiators or stoves.
  • When connecting the KODAK SCANZA Scanner directly to your computer, be careful to not overload the USB connections. If you have too many devices connected to your computer, such as a wireless mouse, media player, mobile phone, or other USB-powered devices, there may not be enough power for the product to function properly.
  • Do not move or disconnect the device from the computer while the device is reading/writing data. This may cause damage to the data and/or the         
  • Slides and negatives MUST be placed in the proper adapter tray and inserted before inserting them into the product. Failure to do so may result in losing media inside the unit and will void the warranty. Resultant media loss is NOT     covered under warranty.
  • Always turn off and unplug the device when it is not in use. Unplug the USB cable from your computer and unplug the AC adapter from the socket.

Except for Slideshow in Playback or file transfer in USB mode, this unit will automatically power off after 10 minutes of inactivity.

TIPS

  • Place the scanner on a flat, stable surface with the LCD facing you.
  • Use the included cleaning brush to clean the backlight, adapter, or insert. Insert the brush — CLEANING PAD SIDE DOWN — into the adapter opening on the bottom of the unit. Gently wipe the inside bottom of the unit. Never use alcohol, detergents, or abrasive cleaning agents to clean this device.
  • Always remember to save your scanned image before inserting another slide or negative into the scanner.
  • For clear images, clean your film with a soft cloth or compressed air before inserting it into the scanner.
  • Negatives and slides should be inserted with the shiny side up. Super 8 film should be inserted with the perforated holes facing up.
  • Always handle films with care to avoid scratches or fingerprints.
  • View your images on your TV. Simply connect the included video or HDMI cable to the scanner and your TV. Note that when using this mode, the screen on the film scanner will turn black. To reactivate the screen, the HDMI cable will need to be unplugged.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

NOTE: Illustrations are for instructional purposes only, and may be different from the actual product.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 1

  1. Function Keys
  2. Power On/Off Button
  3. Capture Button
  4. Tilt-up LCD Screen
  5. Home Button

CONTROLS

  1. Function keys (soft keys): The function is indicated by the text that will appear on the screen above the corresponding key.
  2. Power button: Press and hold to turn the device on and off.
  3. Capture button: Captures the image or brings up the capture view screen.
  4. Tilt-up LCD screen: Displays the image to be captured and scanned as well as functions and menus.
  5. Home button: Takes you to the Home screen.

PREPARING MEDIA TO SCAN

  • Before using your film scanner, you must insert an SDTM card (not included) or the unit will not operate. There is no built-in memory.
  • Load your film/slide into the appropriate adapter and insert it according to the Tray Directory below. (Table can be found onscreen at Home>Settings>Film Tray).
  • Each adapter tray and insert are marked and numbered.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 2

TRAY DIRECTORY

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Note: Use adapter # 3 for slides with a thicker casing (plastic).  Use adapter # 1 for slides with a thin cardboard casing.

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  • Flip up the top cover of the adapter. Place insert with your slide or film into the adapter.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 6Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 7
  • This film scanner features speed-load adapters to make scanning easy. Simply push them into the
    device until you hear a click, and you can feed in slides or negatives one after the other without needing to remove and reload the adapters.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 8
    Note: When loading 8mm film, always ensure that the side ridges are facing to the right side of the adapter, towards where the number is written.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 9

OPERATION

Upon powering on, and before displaying the HOME screen,  the screen displays the currently selected film type, adapter, and insert information for 5 seconds and then brings up the capture mode screen.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 10

HOME SCREEN

The Home screen will appear when the unit is powered on, whenever the Home button is pushed, and any time SAVE/EXIT is selected.
Note: There is a difference between SAVE/EXIT and  SAVE/BACK. SAVE/EXIT takes you back to the Home screen.  SAVE/BACK takes you back to the submenu you are using.

  • The Home screen features 3 submenus: Gallery, Capture,  and Settings.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 11

Note: Anytime the capture button is pressed, the film scanner will automatically enter Capture mode.

CAPTURE MODE

  1. Press the soft function key under the Capture icon on the screen to go to the capture mode. Your loaded image will appear on the LCD screen. The status bar on the top, indicating the active mode and settings, will disappear after 15 seconds. Press any of the function keys to bring back the status bar.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 12
  • The underlined text indicates the highlighted setting. The highlighted setting can be accessed by pressing the Select button.
  • By selecting color adjustment, you will be taken to the settings menu to change the color of the photo.
  • By selecting Info, you will be taken to a screen that tells you which adapters are needed for the current mode. If you wish to change the film type, you will need to do so manually in the Film Type settings.
  1. Press the hard Capture button (camera icon) to capture and save an image. The screen will display “Saving.
    Note: An ERROR message will appear if the SD™ card (not included) is full or if no memory card is inserted into the unit. Note: Pressing the soft keys will activate the status bar, where you can select color adjustment or info. To return to capture mode, select the camera icon on the status bar.    Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 13
  1. Press any function button to bring up the status bar at the top of the screen.
  2. The Color Adjustment screen will appear.
  • Press the right function key (“Info”) to review your film type, adapter, and insert.
  • Press the center function key (“Select”) to adjust color and brightness.
  • Press the left function key to return to the image and then press “Select” to go back to the capture mode. Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 13

COLOR AND BRIGHTNESS ADJUSTMENT

  • To adjust brightness and color, press the center soft function key (“Select”).
  • “Brightness” will be highlighted in the status bar. Press the center key (“Adjust”) to bring up the brightness scale. Use the keys under the left <  and right > arrows to increase (>) or decrease (<) the brightness.
  • Press the center key (“Save/Back”).
  • Choose the right function key  (down arrow) to scroll through brightness and color settings.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 15

 

There are 4 color adjustment settings:

  • R = Red G = Green B = Blue         
  • RESET = Default color and brightness setting

For each setting (R, G, B) a scale will appear at the bottom of the screen. Press the center function key (“Adjust”) to adjust each color, then press the function keys under the decrease (–) and increase (+) symbols. Press the center key again (“Save/Back”) to save your selection. Use the right key (down arrow) to navigate each color setting.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 16

Note: The color adjustment resets to the default setting “0” after the film scanner has been restarted.

GALLERY MODE

  • Press the Home button and then select the function key under “Gallery” to view and edit your images.
  • Use the left < and right > function keys to scroll through images.
  • To edit or delete an image, choose the center function key (“Select”) when that image appears on the screen.
  • Press the function keys under the right > symbol to navigate the choices in the top status bar:  Rotate, Flip (>|<), Delete, and Slideshow.  Press the function key under “Select”  when you’ve made your choice.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 17

ROTATE

You can rotate the image left or right. To select an image to rotate:

  1. Enter gallery mode as described above.
  2. Use the left < and right > function keys to scroll through images.
  3. To rotate the image, press the center soft key (select). Then press the right soft key to cycle through the editing options listed at the top of the screen (Rotate, Flip (>|<), Delete, and Slideshow).Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 18

FLIP IMAGEKodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 19

You can flip the image vertically or horizontallyKodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 20

DELETE

To delete an image, navigate to the top status bar to display the trash can icon. Press the center function key to “Select.” You will be asked to confirm if you want to delete that image.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 21

SLIDES HOW

View stored images in succession. In the slideshow mode, you can pause (||) or play (>) by pressing the center function key.

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SETTINGS MODE

From the Home screen, select Settings by pressing the soft fun ion key under the  Settings icon. Press the corresponding soft  function key under the left < and  right > arrow symbols to scroll  through the settings:

  • Film Type
  • Resolution
  • LCD Brightness
  • USB Upload
  • Film Tray
  • Memory
  • LanguageKodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 23

Press the soft function key under any of the icons that appear on the screen to enter that function’s submenu.

FILM TYPE

  • Negative: 135, 110, 126
  • Slides: 135, 110, 126, SUPER8, 8MM
  • B&W: 135, 110, 126
  1. Choose one of the 3 film types by pressing the center function key (“Select”). Choose Back to return to the Settings menu.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 24

  2. For each film type, select the film size

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  3. Once the film type and size are selected, a confirmation screen will appear with directions. Press Save/Exit to save and return to the Home screen.
  4. Repeat the process to change film types or sizes.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 26

 

From the Settings menu, continue to select additional settings from the submenus. Press the function key under “Save/Exit” after each selection.

Note: Selecting “Save/Exit” will redirect you back to the Home screen.

RESOLUTION

  1. Select Resolution from the settings menu.
  2. You can choose between the standard 14-megapixel scan, or enable the built-in software interpolation, which, through a specialized algorithm, enhances the image quality to 22 Cycles between these 2 options using the arrow keys.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 27
  3. Select the desired setting by pressing the Save/Exit button.
    Note: This will then take you back to the Home screen.
  4. To go to the previous slide, press the Back button.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 28

LCD BRIGHTNESS

  1. Select LCD Brightness from the settings menu.
  2. Use the + and – keys to adjust the brightness of the LCD screen.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 29
  3. To confirm your selection, press the Save/Exit button.       
    Note: This will then take you back to the Home screen.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 30

USB UPLOAD

This mode will allow you to access your SD™ card (not included) from your computer.

Note: While connected to a computer, you will be unable to use the film scanner.

  1. Use the included USB cable to connect the scanner directly to a computer.
  2. Select USB Upload from the settings menu.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 31
  3. Wait for the scanner to connect to the computer. This may take a few seconds. When connecting, your computer will recognize the scanner as an external device.
  4. When finished, press the disconnect button and then unplug the USB cable.

    Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 32

FILM TRAY

  1. Select Film Tray from the settings menu.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 33
  2. From the Tray Directory, you will be able to see which adapter you need for each compatible film or slide type.

 Note: The film type cannot be actively changed from the Tray Directory. To change the film type, select Film Type from the  Settings menu, as described in section 9A of this user manual.

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MEMORY

  1. Select Memory from the settings menu.Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 35
  2. You will be able to see the currently used and available space on the inserted SD™ card (not included). The image count is approximate and may not be an exact reflection of the available   Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 36          

Note: This film scanner is not equipped with internal memory and an SD™ card (not included) must be inserted to save photos.

LANGUAGE

  1. Select Language from the settings menu. Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 37
  2. Cycle through the available languages using the arrow To confirm your selection, press the Save/Exit button. Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner-fig 38

Note: This will redirect you back to the Home screen.

Available languages include:

  • English Italian
  • German  Spanish
  • French 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Power source: AC adapter, USB DC5V output
  • Sensor: 14MP CMOS sensor
  • File format: JPEG
  • Resolution: 14MP/22MP interpolation
  • Supported film/negative types: 135mm, 126, 110, Super 8, 8mm
  • LCD: 3.5″ TFT LCD
  • External memory: SD™/SDHC™ memory card (not included, 128GB Max)
  • Interfaces:  USB (2.0) port, SD™ card slot, TV-out (3.5mm phone jack), HDMI port
  • Dimensions: 4.7″ x 4.7″ x 5″ (120 x 120 x 127mm)
  • Weight: 16.2 oz. (460g)

CUSTOMER SERVICE CONTACT INFORMATION

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FAQS About Kodak SCANZA Digital Film and Slide Scanner

How does the Kodak Scanza handle SD cards?

To preserve, edit, print, and share your photographs, just scan and save them to your computer or a microSD cardTM.

What is the Kodak scandal’s resolution?

up to 22 MP of resolution

Without an SD card, can Kodak Slide N scan be used?

To process your work, the scanner needs an SD card inserted.

Kodak SD cards have what speed?

256GB of storage space is available to store a variety of media files. Impressive read and write speeds of up to 300MB/s and 270MB/s, respectively*

How much MP does the Kodak Scanza have?

The 14 Megapixel

The Kodak Scanza is it good?

decent and maybe of good-enough-quality image quality

What is the best way to link my Kodak Scanza to my computer?

Use the cord that plugs into the wall socket (it separates into a usb) and connect the laptop or computer to the usb end of the cord.

Slide film can it be scanned?

The majority of standalone scanners are made to digitalize both slides and 35mm negatives.

How can I digitally transform my Kodak slides?

A slide converter is available, such as this KODAK Slide N Scan.

Kodak slide film: what is it?

Color-positive Kodak Ektachrome film is also referred to as “reversal,” “slide,” or “transparency” film.

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