ClearClick’s QuickConvert 2.0 Recasts Hardcopy Photos, Negatives, and Slides as Digital Files

An affordable, portable scanner for images of all kinds


ClearClick QuickConvert 2.0 Review at PCMag

ClearClick QuickConvert 2.0 Review at PCMag

THE BOTTOM LINE

ClearClick’s QuickConvert 2.0 conveniently digitizes photos, slides, and negatives. It’s easy to use, but each individual scan requires manual adjustments that take some patience.

MSRP $184.95

PROS
    • Small, light, and portable
    • Good scan quality and software bundle
    • Rechargeable, replaceable battery
    • Scans to SD memory cards
    • Supports Wi-Fi
CONS
    • No ADF
    • Limited page sizes

Apparently, even in this age of smartphone snapshots, there are still enough photos, slides, and negatives stashed in kitchen drawers and shoeboxes under beds to justify a photo scanner. One of our Editors’ Choice winners, the Epson FastFoto FF-680W, has an automatic document feeder (ADF) that can scan up to 36 prints in one go. By contrast, ClearClick’s $185.95 QuickConvert 2.0 holds only one photo at a time, so working your way through that shoebox full of prints, negatives, and slides may take a while. But the QuickConvert’s scan quality and ease of use render it a highly capable, pleasant-to-operate photo media scanner for personal or family use.


CLEARCLICK QUICKCONVERT 2.0 SPECS
Flatbed No
Maximum Optical Resolution 14 megapixels
Mechanical Resolution 14 megapixels
Automatic Document Feeder No
Ethernet Interface No
Maximum Scan Area 4″ x 6″
Film Scanning Yes

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