Nikon ES-2 Film Digitizing Adapter Set

March 13, 2020 - Comment

The ES-2 is a Film Digitizing Adapter that lets you easily convert your film images to digital. Taking advantage of the high-pixel count of the D850’s 45.7 MP, the Film Digitizing Adapter lets you convert both 35mm slides and negatives to digital files. Using a lens such as the AF-S Micro NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8G ED

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The ES-2 is a Film Digitizing Adapter that lets you easily convert your film images to digital. Taking advantage of the high-pixel count of the D850’s 45.7 MP, the Film Digitizing Adapter lets you convert both 35mm slides and negatives to digital files. Using a lens such as the AF-S Micro NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8G ED attached to the D850, the camera’s digitizing function automatically reverses the colors and stores them as JPEG images. This once time-consuming process involving a film scanner can be done much more quickly. For negative strips, use the FH-4 Strip Film Holder with the ES-2 and for slides, use the FH-5 Slide Mount Holder with the ES-2.

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Anonymous says:

Worth the extra money compared to the ES1 or any other slide scanner. I have a pretty large collection of slides which I have attempted to digitize over the years. I had a pretty good slide (Konica Minolta Dimage Scan Elite 5400) scanner but it was too slow for a large collection. I have sent them out to a scanning services but the quality was not great and it would have been expensive for a large collection. Being a cheapskate I purchased a Nikon’s ES1 first and coupled it with my new Z7 and a macro lens and got great results but the ES1 is a little finicky to…

Anonymous says:

Taking pictures of pictures I’m pretty happy with this product, which I am using on both slide film and negative film in conjunction with the recommended Nikon AF-S FX Micro-NIKKOR 2177 60mm f/2.8G ED Standard Macro Len and a Nikon d610. See the various online video reviews / advice on using this tool to figure out ideas on how to use it — the provided scrap of paper “instructions” is pretty useless. Note you can also use it with a 40mm Macro lens and a DX camera (I haven’t tried that). You will need a cable or wifi…

Anonymous says:

Only works with 3 lenses! For this to work you must use a 60mm Micro FX Nikon lens or for DX cameras the 40mm Micro. Other brand lenses may or may not (most likely will not) work due to focus distance and filter size. This was designed for the Nikon D850 where it works very well. It will work on other bodies but will require more post processing.

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