Special Media Digital Transfers
Although 35mm negatives and slides were the most popular format prior to the advent of digital cameras and still widely available today, you may have other size photos among your collection. It’s fairly common to find photos taken with instamatic cameras that used a 126mm cartridge you popped into the camera and the 110 cartridge is a miniature version made for pocket-sized instamatics. While 126mm was discontinued in 2008, 110 cartridges are still available. Medium and larger format films are primarily used by professionals, so consider yourself lucky if you inherited 120mm, 127mm, or 2.25” negatives or slides.
Many scanning services don’t offer slide scanning, scanning of scrapbook pages, or digitizing larger negatives and prints, while very few DIY scanners handle any format larger than 35mm. At ScanDigital, we digitize slides and convert photos to digital for a wide range of photographic formats, as well as other special media:
- Scrapbooks or loose scrapbook pages
- Printed photos or artwork larger than 8" x 10"
- Negatives: 110 format, 120 medium format, 126mm, 127mm, 2.25" x. 2.25", large negatives (e.g. 4" x 5"), and transparencies (e.g. 8" x 10")
- Slides: 2.25", stereo slides, 110 format, 126mm, 127mm
When you need to digitize negatives and prints for convert slides that are considered non-standard, look no further than ScanDigital for the best service. We'll scan and edit each of them by hand with the highest quality equipment and deliver digital files that are often better than the originals!
FINALIZING YOUR ORDER
When doing your final check out, you'll be able to select whether you want Ground or Express round-trip shipping as well as the format for your digitized media (flash drive or hard drive). After receiving your order we will send your Secure Shipping Kit, you pack it and return it to us, and the magic begins!