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
|Maximum Optical Resolution||14 megapixels|
|Mechanical Resolution||14 megapixels|
|Automatic Document Feeder||No|
|Maximum Scan Area||4″ x 6″|
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