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35mm Negative Scanning Service
 

The Overview

Professional scanning of 35mm un-mounted colour and black & white negative film. The scans are saved as TIFF files, JPEG files, or both and burned to CD or DVD. We then ship you back your film negatives and the CD's/DVD's containing the scans. We offer scan resolutions of 1000-4000dpi and a wide range of processing options. Digital ICE is included on all scans unless the film does not support it or you request it not be used.

35mm Negative Scanning Prices

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Our Process

  1. Film strips are individually examined and cleaned using compressed air or a lint free cloth.

  2. The film strips are then sorted as per film type (black & white, colour, kodachrome, etc) as necessary.

  3. All film strips are then checked to verify which slide is the emulsion side.  With film it will usually curl towards the emulsion side.  In case it does not curl, the emulsion side is usually much duller than the non-emulsion side.  Another way to tell is to see if the writing on the top/bottom of the strip is "right reading".

  4. A test scan of a 35mm film negative strip is then completed using the settings that you selected on your "35mm Negative Scanning Order Form".  Once everything has been tested and adjustments made the scanning of your items is commenced.

  5. Once the scanning of your 35mm film negatives is completed each photo is then viewed on our colour calibrated monitors where they are then cropped and corrected as necessary.

  6. During the scanning process, depending upon the number of items to be scanned, samples are placed on a secure website for you viewing.  These files will typically be about 100KB in size and will not be suitable for printing.  They will remain on the website for up to 6 weeks.

  7. Once all items are scanned they are then burned to either CD's or DVD's as per your requests.

  8. Once complete payment has been received from you all items will be shipped back to you.


Our Equipment

Here is a list of equipment that we use in the scanning of all film

  1. Nikon Super Coolscan 5000 Scanner.  This is used for the scanning of 35mm slides and film negatives.

  2. Nikon Super Coolscan 9000 Scanner.  This is used in the scanning of medium format slides, negatives and some 35mm slides and negatives as necessary.

  3. Epson 4990 Pro Flatbed Scanner.  Used in the scanning of all photographs and large format film.

All of our scanners and monitors are calibrated on a regularly scheduled basis to help ensure that you receive the best results possible.

Closing Thoughts

We understand that sending your 35mm slides off to some faceless company you've never heard of can be scary so we want you to get to know us.  If you have any questions or comments please don't hesitate to call or write.  We're looking forward to helping you and your family enjoy your old film again.




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35mm Negative Film


 
 
135 film. The film is 35 mm wide. Each image is 36x24 mm.

135 (ISO 1007) is a film format for still photography. Introduced in its modern form in 1934 it quickly grew in popularity, surpassing 120 film by the late 1960s to become the most popular photographic film format. Despite competition from formats such as 110 and APS, it remains so today.

The film itself has the same dimensions and perforations as 35 mm movie print film but is enclosed in a light-tight single-spool metal cassette to allow cameras to be loaded in daylight. The film is clipped or taped to a spool and exits via a velvet-covered slot. The end of the film is cut on one side to form a leader, which is to be inserted into a corresponding slot in the camera take-up spool.

Since the 1980s, film cassettes have been marked with a DX encoding pattern for automatically setting the camera to use the correct sensitivity value for the film. Different films are sensitive to light at different degrees, this film speed is standardized by ISO. Common film speeds for consumers are ISO 100/21 through ISO 800/30, although films with much greater and much less sensitivity are available, and are generally for professional use.
 

 


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