Wolverine Film-To-Digital Converter

Mar 28, 2018

Category: Tech

If you’re anything like us, you have a good deal of 8mm and Super 8 Film on reels in your home attic that you don’t know what to do with. Well, we have a solution for you – the Wolverine Film-To-Digital converter.

This analog to digital converter will help you preserve your film by recording it as high quality video. Working with reels measuring up to 9-inches in diameter, the converter makes use of a 3.53 1/3-inch CMOS sensor that records full HD 1080p video at 20 frames per second. That means all of those goofy videos of you or your parents from when it was still ok to smoke filterless cigarettes inside and drink whiskey while driving home from work can be preserved for younger generations. Check out the quality of the conversions in this video.

Purchase: $400

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