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Advice to Windows Vista and Windows 7 users
on 23 July 2012
I admit this isn't the best film scanner in the world but it does the job. The quality partly depends on the condition of the film, in fact I scanned some negatives from 20 years ago and the scans came out very good. I have seen that one reviewer mentions about poor exposure, I have a tip. If your computer is running Windows Vista or 7, download the Windows Live Essentials from Microsoft's website as it includes a program called 'Windows Live Photo Gallery' (don't worry if you have this program installed already). Live Photo Gallery is so much easier to use and comes with more advanced tools than the scanner's image software. I recommend Windows Live Photo Gallery to those who wish to enhance the colour, exposure, sharpness and most importantly, removing film scratches. Overall not a bad product hence I give it 4 stars.
Note: people using versions of Windows prior to Vista (e.g. Windows XP), you will have to find a different program as Windows Live Photo Gallery is designed only for Windows Vista or later.