Team FilmToaster is passionate about camera-capturing technology!
And, dedicated to a modern concept when moving legacy film archives into digital workflow.
In 1996, faced with massive tasks of preserving a collection of an estimated half million film negatives, the inventor began scanning with flatbed scanners. After nearly 15 years he barely made a dent in this collection.
In 2008, the inventor attended a camera-scanning workshop at PhotoPlus Expo in New York conducted by Peter Krogh, sponsored by Microsoft. He left inspired and determined to fill the equipment gap void. In 2010, the inventor began experimenting with various concepts using cameras and copy stands to digitize film. After five years with many prototypes, he perfected a desk-top sized system and named it, FilmToaster; a very simple and passive platform that transformed cameras into a powerful, film-scanning professional tool.