I have a buch of very old negatives. The negatives are probably 50-60 years old.
I would really like to capture these pictures digital to be able to see them in my computer and work with them.
One issue is that the sizes of these negatives is different from negative to negative, so i cant use a standard negative scanner.
So i was thinking of byuing a slimlight board and then mount my dSLR on a tripod above and then take the pictures and negate them.
The slimlight board im thinking of is this:
I'll translate what it says:
Size: 16x15x15 cm
Luminated size: 10*13 cm
Light: 5000 K
Uses both AAA-batteries and AC-adapter.
Now, is this the way to go or is this method doomed to fail ?
Canon EOS 40D - Canon EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM - Canon EF 50/1,8 II - Canon EF 70-200/4L IS USM - Speedlite 430 EX - Lowerpro Nova 4 AW