I’ve been working toward the launch of pixl-latr for the last 5 or 6 years of my life – I started on this project before I even started 35mmc, which seems ridiculous now I come to think of it, but there we go… it’s now live on Kickstarter here
If you’ve not seen or heard me waffling on about pixl-latr on social media or on the Sunny 16 Podcast, the basic idea is that pixl-latr is a low cost yet effective solution for digitising black & white or colour negatives and transparencies.
If you’ve ever tried to digitise a negative or transparency with a digital camera, you’ll know that two of biggest headaches are keeping the film in place and flat; and backlighting it in a uniform manner – these are the problems I set out to solve.
pixl-latr effectively solves these two issues for 35mm, 120 (up to 6×12) and 4×5 film, it does this with just a few simple parts and on Kickstarter is only £32 (£40-45 rrp post Kickstarter).
You can find out loads more – and more importantly back the project – on the Kickstarter page here
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