The Digitaliza gives you full creative control of your medium format film scans!
For use with any backlit flatbed scanner, this mask allows your to scan panoramas, overlapping frames, right to the edge of the film strip.
The DigitaLIZA's modern magnetic mechanism holds the sensitive negatives in place so that you can scan them conveniently without worrying about scratching or weighing them down.
Easy, convenient, and leaving you in total creative control!
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When you buy your medium format scanning mask from us we can ship it across the UK, Europe, USA, New Zealand, Australia and Canada (more countries planned soon!) So buy your Lomography 120 Digitaliza today and dive back into the fun of medium format film photography!
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Great bit of kit for scanning 120 film especially 6x17cm 120 film hold film flat on Epson v750 pro flatbed 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.
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.
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
A huge upgrade from the flimsy 120 mask supplied with the Epson V600. Images mostly stay flat but can sometimes still bend slightly in the middle, but the resulting picture quality has been a big step up.