Product Comparison: Jumbl JUM-FS14MP vs Wolverine F2DMIGHTY

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General Specifications
About the Product
Have any old films or slides? Here’s the perfect device to help you easily organize and eternalize them. This scanner sports a powerful 14-megapixel sensor that reads every detail contained in your 35mm, 110, 126, and Super 8 slides and negatives. You can choose between the standard 14-megapixels scan, or enable the built-in software interpolation, which applies some image magic and ups the quality to an astonishing 22MP.
Now you can take all those stacks of 35mm (photo & Archive), 127, 126, 110 Slides / Negatives, Regular 8mm and Super 8 movies and convert them into digital JPEG images to share and preserve them forever.
Key Specs
Sensor Type
Optical Resolution
3200 dpi
3600 dpi
Scanning Time (35mm film)
2 sec.
4 sec.
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Jumbl JUM-FS14MP Powerful 14-megapixel sensor
  • Film holders work, easy to slide film through rapidly
  • Fast imaging, continuous feeding of 35mm slides (all I've used it for so far), good image quality, PC sees it as a 'flash drive' so it's just a cut and paste to empty the internal memory and drop it onto the PC, comes with a brush to wipe the scanner face of dust.
  • Scanner creates nice, sharp images, even from old negatives.
  • For the general user, a higher end flatbed such as the Epson V600 or the CanoScan 9000 is a much better bang for your buck. You will get better color rendition, IR dust removal, and probably better resolution.
  • Even at the high resolution, the scan is done before you pick up and orient the next slide.
  • The description as to its resolution of a given film format was ambiguous. Not actually the high resolution claimed but "enhanced". Never the less even the resolution it delivered was passable quality.
Wolverine F2DMIGHTY Digital Converter
  • Very decent quality - not as great as a $1,000 scanner, but for a hundred bucks, this gives really good quality scans.
  • The resolution of the actual scans is decent -- but is still below the true resolution of the original film/slides/negatives. Certainly adequate for online albums/photos.
  • This made my 70 year old mother very happy to view her slides from the 60s and 70s, save them to an SD card, and print them. We hooked this up to a TV (8th inch male to RCA male) to view the slides also. The color and resolution is the best we've ever seem from these slides.
  • A bit slow. You have to scan (they call it Convert, which is a bit confusing), which takes maybe 2 seconds, then click OK to write to the SD card.
  • Some claims made for this product do not stand up to close inspection. For example, the claimed 20 MP image resolution would make you assume it has a 20 MP sensor. It doesn't. The sensor resolution is not disclosed.
  • This is a very easy negative scanner, but the JPG files it creates are pretty small and the picture quality reminds me of VHS quality. Low resolution.
Size & Weight
4 in.
5.32 in.
3.4 in.
4.1 in.
3.4 in.
3.7 in.
8.8 oz.
11.5 oz.
What customers say about "Size & Weight"
Jumbl JUM-FS14MP Powerful 14-megapixel sensor
  • I compared this product with a flat bed scanner that supports scanning negatives and the only advantages the Jumbl scanner had were its small size and low price (though I'd pay the extra $70 for the flat bed scanner any day for the higher quality).
  • I had hundreds of slides from my dad and easily and quickly converted them using this product. The size and ease of use was nice as I could just sit in my chair watching TV and do all the work.
  • Compact size. Only used it with slides that are 50 years old, but it does do some color correction which is a nice feature.
  • Not very sophisticated interface - but what it does do "scanning" it does exceedingly well for the price, speed and size of unit! Really impressed. I should have got one ages ago!
  • Bottom line, this device seems overpriced for its size, complexity and performance - BUT I didn't see a better alternative for my situation during my "due diligence" online research.
Wolverine F2DMIGHTY Digital Converter
  • Very compact and easy to use.
  • This is a nice compact and fairly quick scanner.
  • Works compact design so you can scan without lugging a lot of other stuff.
  • The device is compact - about the size of a classic German beer stein - so it fits nicely on my desk and I don't feel like I need to put it away every time I use it.
  • This is a very compact device - just six inches tall and four inches in diameter - the size of a large coffee cup.
2.4-inch color LCD screen
2.4" LCD
Control Buttons
Power Switch, Scan Button, Navigate buttons
On/Off button, Ok/Enter, Convert/Mode, Left/Mirror
Film Types
35mm film, 35mm slides, 110mm film, 126mm film, Super 8 film, Super 8 slide
35mm Slides & Negatives, 35mm Archival film, 127, 126 KPK & 110 Slides and Negatives, Frames from 8mm & Super 8 movie Reels
Light Source
Accessories Included
Negative Adapter, Slide Adapter, 110 Insert, Super8 Insert, USB cable, Power adapter, TV Cable, Cleaning Brush
Negative Film Adapter, Slides Adapter, 110 Negatives Insert, 110 Slides Insert, 8 and Super 8 Film Adapter, AC (110-240V) to USB 5VDC power adapter, USB cable, Cleaning Stick
Built-In Software Interpolation Can Improve Quality to 22 Megapixels, No Computer Required; Saves to Internal Memory or Optional Memory Card
Brightness and color auto & manual adjustment, TV-Out jack to view images on TV, Save images to internal memory, Stand-Alone no computer or software required, Take JPEG snap shots of your 8mm and Super 8 Reels, Unique Speed-Load adapters for fast loading slides & Negatives, SD/SDHC Card Reader
Scanning Area (max.)
1.57 x 1.57 in
Output Data
24 bit
What customers say about "Features"
Jumbl JUM-FS14MP Powerful 14-megapixel sensor
  • Easy to set up for scan as well PC connection; decent preview and picture controls; takes wide variety of film formats; quick scanning; low price and value for money.
  • Video out port (and cable) included for sharing slides on your TV/digital projector! I tried this and it is as good as you will need for sharing memories
  • SD Port means you can blast through film without having to wait for computer/software, upload when you're done!
  • Screen is total crap. Viewing angles are so bad just sitting in front of it puts you high enough to wash it out. Low res, bad colors, don't bother trying to eyeball exposure or color on this
  • Interface is clunky, you can easily get the hang of it, but it's just not all that great
  • Plastic framed slides are a very tight fit (but they did feed), the angle of the screen is inconvenient if working from a table; I'm using it with the front edge propped on an object so it's tilted about 45 degrees so I can see the screen.
Wolverine F2DMIGHTY Digital Converter
  • It is doing what I expected - easy method of quickly doing a digital capture on negatives. Does a better job than I expected on old, faded negatives.
  • Slide/film feeder coupled with nice display makes the process quite easy.
  • Framing of shots very good - no extra blank margins, etc.
  • Exposure option very nice. Maybe the RGB might be useful, but that is easier with a real photo editor.
  • A little tough to try to figure out how to adjust the color - some old negatives turning out golden. I'm just going with it. Still better than not being able to save the negatives.
  • Like almost any scanner - dust on the media is an issue. Don't know if even the $1K professional scanners can help on this - maybe they have a built in air blast?
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year(s)
1 year(s)
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