NEGATIVES, SLIDES, AND MANY OTHER FORMATS OF FILM

SCANNED TO HIGH RESOLUTION FILES PERFECT FOR EDITING, printing, and sharing.

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Most color films will be scanned with Digital ICE. This is an element of our software that dramatically reduces the appearance of dust and scratches in the digital image scan. We will use Digital ICE automatically for most color films (except for large format film, stereoslides, and super slides), but not on any black and white film because it actually distorts the digital image in black and white scans.

The option for edited or unedited files is available for all the formats listed below.

Please see our pricing here.

 

film formats

35mm Slides  Scanned to 4000 dpi.  Any size film within the mount as long as the mount is no larger than 2"x2".  Color slides will be scanned with Digital ICE.

35mm Slides

Scanned to 4000 dpi.

Any size film within the mount as long as the mount is no larger than 2"x2".

Color slides will be scanned with Digital ICE.

35mm Slides

large format film  Scanned to 1200 dpi.  Standard sizes are 4"x5" and 8"x10", but we can accommodate any size smaller than 8"x10" if you have irregular sizes.  For film that is larger than 4"x5" we will use our flatbed scanners and scan the images under glass. This can create subtly noticeable "newton's rings" in the scan, just so you know. This is caused by air space between the film and the glass.   We scan all large format films in our flatbeds so Digital ICE will not be applied and dust and scratches will show in the scan.

large format film

Scanned to 1200 dpi.

Standard sizes are 4"x5" and 8"x10", but we can accommodate any size smaller than 8"x10" if you have irregular sizes.

For film that is larger than 4"x5" we will use our flatbed scanners and scan the images under glass. This can create subtly noticeable "newton's rings" in the scan, just so you know. This is caused by air space between the film and the glass. 

We scan all large format films in our flatbeds so Digital ICE will not be applied and dust and scratches will show in the scan.

large format film

110 format negatives  Scanned to 4000 dpi.  This type of film is slightly lower quality than 35mm, so the digital image will appear more grainy. Color shifting can also be more severe with this type of film.   As you can see, these frames are very small, so the digital image will be smaller too. But at 4000 dpi, you will still get a great size image for viewing and/or printing.  Color film will be scanned with Digital ICE.

110 format negatives

Scanned to 4000 dpi.

This type of film is slightly lower quality than 35mm, so the digital image will appear more grainy. Color shifting can also be more severe with this type of film. 

As you can see, these frames are very small, so the digital image will be smaller too. But at 4000 dpi, you will still get a great size image for viewing and/or printing.

Color film will be scanned with Digital ICE.

110 format negatives

      35mm film  Scanned to 4000 dpi.  Most common film size in strips no longer than six frames.  Trimming may be needed, but we are very careful and will always ask your permission first.  Color film will be scanned with Digital ICE.

      35mm film

      Scanned to 4000 dpi.

      Most common film size in strips no longer than six frames.

      Trimming may be needed, but we are very careful and will always ask your permission first.

      Color film will be scanned with Digital ICE.

      35mm film

      stereoslides  Scanned to 4000 dpi.  Long (~4"x1.5"), rectangular, mounted slides with the same image on each side.  We will scan only one side but will be consistent to that side for all the stereoslides in the order.  We scan these in our flatbeds so Digital ICE will not be applied and dust and scratches will show in the scan.

      stereoslides

      Scanned to 4000 dpi.

      Long (~4"x1.5"), rectangular, mounted slides with the same image on each side.

      We will scan only one side but will be consistent to that side for all the stereoslides in the order.

      We scan these in our flatbeds so Digital ICE will not be applied and dust and scratches will show in the scan.

      stereoslides

      126 format negatives  Scanned to 4000 dpi.  This type of film is slightly lower quality than 35mm, so the digital image will appear more grainy. Color shifting can also be more severe with this type of film.   Color film will be scanned with Digital ICE.

      126 format negatives

      Scanned to 4000 dpi.

      This type of film is slightly lower quality than 35mm, so the digital image will appear more grainy. Color shifting can also be more severe with this type of film. 

      Color film will be scanned with Digital ICE.

      126 format negatives

      medium format film  Scanned to 3000 dpi.  Common sizes are 6x4.25cm, 6x6cm, 6x8cm, 6x9cm. We can scan any other size smaller than 6x9cm as well.  Color film will be scanned with Digital ICE.

      medium format film

      Scanned to 3000 dpi.

      Common sizes are 6x4.25cm, 6x6cm, 6x8cm, 6x9cm. We can scan any other size smaller than 6x9cm as well.

      Color film will be scanned with Digital ICE.

      medium format film

      super slides  Scanned to 3000 dpi.  This film is square and larger than standard 35mm, but still sits inside a 2"x2" mount.  Because of the larger interior film size we scan these in our flatbeds so Digital ICE will not be applied and dust and scratches will show in the scan.

      super slides

      Scanned to 3000 dpi.

      This film is square and larger than standard 35mm, but still sits inside a 2"x2" mount.

      Because of the larger interior film size we scan these in our flatbeds so Digital ICE will not be applied and dust and scratches will show in the scan.

      super slides

      APS Negatives  Scanned to 4000 dpi.  This type of film is slightly lower quality than 35mm, so the digital image will appear more grainy. Color shifting can also be more severe with this type of film.   Color film will be scanned with Digital ICE.

      APS Negatives

      Scanned to 4000 dpi.

      This type of film is slightly lower quality than 35mm, so the digital image will appear more grainy. Color shifting can also be more severe with this type of film. 

      Color film will be scanned with Digital ICE.

      APS Negatives