Lomography Digitaliza - 120 Film Scanning Mask


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Richard J. (Harrogate, GB)
Works very well for scanning 120 film

The scanning mask is easy to use and holds 120 film well, making it easy to photograph the negatives with my DSLR. I already had the 35mm version and that worked well, so getting the 120 version was an obvious next step. I can recommend this scanning mask, I think it is the best one out there for photographing your negatives.

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Nicholas F. (Nottingham, GB)
Brilliant and easy to use

Great bit of kit for scanning 120 film especially 6x17cm 120 film hold film flat on Epson v750 pro flatbed scanner

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Stuart B. (Glenrothes, GB)
Good 120 film holder for flat bed scanner

The clever design of this scanning mask makes it easy to use and helps keep the film as flat as possible. I used it with an Epson Perfection V600 to scan 645 negatives I took many years ago. The scans were successful and I found the magnetic elements of the mask heped in positioning the film properly.

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Graham H. (West Drayton, GB)
Ideal for scanning with DSLR

I thought I'd give this a go, to save money on prints/scans. Very easy to use and most importantly, this does hold the negative flat. The sample image looks slightly out of alignment but that's probably due to my camera not being perfectly straight, as I was using a normal tripod rather than an overpriced copy stand. The only slight... negative... for me is the size of the aperture. It covers some of the film markings and although for the vast majority of shots I would crop these out anyway, it's nice to have the option of the film clutter aesthetic.

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Neil S. (Manningtree, GB)
At last, an easy 120 neg holder

Great neg holder, without having to spend a fortune, pop the neg in this holder, which is solidly built by the way, either use your phone, with a negative scanner app, or a digital camera, then post edit, sooo much cheaper than film labs, especially if you develop your own

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