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  1. For the money this device provides excellent results. It’s simple to set up and incredibly easy to operate in spite of the lack of a simplified US full color manual. As noted, no SD card is included but is required in order to operate the device so order one if you dont have one on hand. All images are scanned directly onto the SD card and it is not possible to view the images in real time on the PC. After scanning the image/s you can then choose PC from the device menu and open / import the files on the PC via USB. The slide feeder is a real pain in the butt if your slides are not flat and in good condition and in that case forget stacking them. I will not retract a star for this because it works as intended with good flat slides in good condition. If that becomes an issue in your case you can use the provided film tray for slides as well. I love the option to adjust the contrast in real time while scanning without having to go into the menu but I have also found that in most cases adjusting the contrast was a mistake unless the slide was very very dark. The images appear less light / clear on the device screen than the actual scan. I noticed almost no difference in image quality between the 5mp & 10mp scans so I decided to scan everything @ 5mp in case I decide to do any future editing. I am sure a few devices get through that are not quite up to par as is the case with every manufactured device but IMO this device is solid and well worth 50 bucks. I would definitely recommend this device to anyone who just wants to get their collection of home slides digitized on the cheap before they turn to dust. If you’ve got the money and can afford more then sure, go for bigger and better. Otherwise this will do quite nicely nicely.

  2. A more expensive product might have made clearer jpgs, but with my abilities with Photoshop this did just fine (Auto Level and Unsharp Mask works wonders) … Here’s some pics of my 1988 Eagle Premier lifted from some old 35mm negs.

  3. I used a Wolverine originally and scanned 1,000 slides. It was mind numbing, boring and repetitious work. I quit and five years went by. I have over 2,000 more slides to do. When I discovered this one had a stack loader, I had to have it. After you figure out all the little nuances and quirks, this thing is just great! It is not able to handle a stack of slides without adjusting each one because the tolerances are so exact. Once you figure out how to tap the stack each time you advance the slider, it moves right along. I finished 2,000 slides in about a week in front of the TV in about two hours per night. Compared to the Wolverine, this was enjoyable. When I finish with it, I will never ever need it again and I plan to pass it on to my sister.

  4. The drive performs fantastically. It truly is a successor to the 850 Evo. I purchased this drive to upgrade my laptop, and right off the bat I noticed a huge improvement. Boot to desktop was about 7 seconds. Would absolutely buy again.Edit: For any of those curious, the specs of my laptop are as follows:I7-3632qm Ivy Bridge @ 2.2Ghz16gb 1600Mhz RAMRadeon HD 7670M GPUSamsung 250gb 860 EvoOn a side note, if you are looking to upgrade a laptop and use this drive as your main drive and are looking for a more straight forward approach, cloning your current drive over to the new SSD is fairly straight forward.I purchased a Started USB 3.0 to 2.5″ drive converter for roughly $10 in conjunction with Macrium Reflect Free for this, and it worked perfectly with this drive. The software is super simple to use and is fully compatible with this SSD.UPDATE: After installing the „Samsung Magician“ software and enabling „Rapid Mode,“ the performance of this drive has increased drastically. The second picture shows the increase from the base performance.

  5. The hard drive in my Late 2012 iMac is starting to die. Since the hard drives in iMacs are not user accessible (at least not without major surgery), I decided to use an external drive as my boot and system drive. I bought this drive, and the HighPoint Dual-Bay Thunderbolt 10Gbps Storage Dock (RocketStor 5212) to house it. I put the drive in the HighPoint, plugged everything in, then…Booted to recovery mode (Command-R at boot chime).Reformatted the disk to HFS+ journaled (with GUID partition map).Reinstalled MacOS.Once MacOS was installed, I followed the prompts to migrate data from a Time Machine backup (Users, Documents, etc. I clicked all the options).Everything is up and running great! During the OS install process, the drive format was changed to APFS (instead of HFS+) since I’m running High Sierra.Lastly, I went into System Preferences and turned on FileVault (which is still running in the background and will probably take another day or two).The best part: Now my 2012 iMac is even faster than the day it was brand new!Link to the HighPoint Dual-Bay Thunderbolt 10Gbps Storage Dock (RocketStor 5212): HighPoint Dual-Bay Thunderbolt 10Gbps Storage Dock (RocketStor 5212)

  6. I have a nearly 9 year old CyberPower desktop with an Asus P6T Motherboard and wanted to eliminate a potential point of failure to eek out a little more longevity. And if I got some enhanced performance, all the better. Turns out it was a very good move.Of course the order came within the two day Prime window which one expects from Amazon. I also got the Corsair Dual SSD Mounting Bracketthat was an order option for another 6 bucks. I reviewed it separately but it’s a must have if you are installing into a 5 1/2 inch bay like I was. The SSD comes with an Installation Guide, which I didn’t need other than to follow a web site link provided in order to install the Samsung Data Migration Software and Samsung Magician Software. Since I was installing the SSD to replace my C System drive, I needed to clone that drive onto the SSD. And the Data Migrations software works perfectly. After formatting the SSD (NTSF), I cloned 232GB to the SSD in just 31 min with a SATA 3.0 to SATA 3.0 connection. It would have been much faster has my PC supported SATA 6.0. Then removed the HDD and installed the SSD into the mounting bracket, connected the SSD to the SATA data cable and power cable (I used the same port as the C drive HDD was connected to), powered the PC up and it booted hassle free, with no issues. It was indeed a perfect clone of the previous drive. There was no issues that required going into the BIOS screen. This will only be an issue if you do not use the same exact SATA data connection that was attached to your former C system drive.I’m amazed how much faster the drive is. The Magician software not only carves out a bit of the drive for overhead, but it also has a cool performance test you can run on all installed drives. So I ran it on the SSD and a 6 TB WD HDD dedicated to pictures and the Random IOPS results were: for the SSD 8,789 read and 19,775 write vs for the HDD 178 read and 244 write. While that may sound unbelievable, it isn’t. You actually experience this speed differential while working on the PC.This was definitely $150 well spent!

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