APS Film to Digital

2000 DPI: $1.03 78¢ Per Frame
3000 DPI: $1.33 99¢ Per Frame
4000 DPI: $1.48 $1.11 Per Frame

Order Form

Once you have estimated how many negatives you have, all you need to do is fill out our easy
Order Form, then ship us your APS negatives, and we convert them to digital, and place them on a DVD.

APS negatives converted to digital order form

Minimum Order $20 Details


Preparing Your Negatives

Don't know where to start? Check out our easy instructions on preparing your APS negatives.

Turn Around Times

Order completion dates are dependent on our current scanning backlog. Check out our current turn around times.

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Scanned in the USA

Your irreplaceable APS negatives are too precious to outsource. Unlike other scanning companies, once your work arrives at our facility in Utah, it stays here. More Info

Professional Equipment

Your APS negatives deserve the best, which is why we avoid flat bed scanners when converting your APS negatives, We proudly use the Nikon 5000, which delivers a much higher quality.
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CD's & DVD's

Want your APS negatives scanned to a disc? We offer to burn your digital images to either a DVD. The quality difference between a CD and DVD is the same, but the difference is that a DVD will hold more data than a CD. Because of this we burn all your digital images onto a DVD.

If you are looking for the ability to view your APS negatives on your TV you will want a
VIDEO DVD, and will need to select our DVD Video Slideshow option.

Get your APS Film Canisters Professionally Scanned!

APS negative canisters to digital conversion

We will convert your APS Film Canisters to digital format, and put them on a DVD, making your memories last a lifetime!

We know it can be hard to send in your precious film to be digitally converted, but we make a promise to every customer that we will treat each piece of film as though they were our own. We are staffed with highly trained professionals, and scan with the best scanning equipment to ensure that you get a result your film deserves.


How we Scan Your APS Film Canisters

APS scanning to disc

We use the Nikon 5000 to scan your precious APS Film Canisters. We used to scan them with an APS adapter attached to the scanner, however, in practicing this method we have found it to damage our scanners, because the APS adapter was not compatible with Kodak APS film. We would never want to cause harm to your irreplaceable film, so now our common practice is to remove the film from the APS Canisters, and cut them into strips of 4. We will still scan them on the Nikon 5000, as we feel that is the best scanner out there for the job. Your APS film will be returned to you in plastic negative sheet holders.

 

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Online Viewing & Organization

Don't have time to organize your APS negatives, but want to get them converted to digital? Look no further! We offer the ability for you to view and organize your digital images on-line, as well as delete unwanted scans. More Info

Delete Un-Wanted Scans

With our On-line Image Organization System (IOS), where you can view and organize your digitized APS negatives, you also have the ability to get rid of images that you don't want! Find out more

Scanning Resolution

choosing the right resolution for APS Negatives

Figuring out what scanning resolution you want your APS negatives digitized at is an important factor in your project. Scanning resolution will determine the quality of the scan. It is similar to the concept of megapixels on a digital camera, and as with most things, the higher the scanning resolution you choose, the higher the quality. Want to see the difference? Check out our scanning resolution examples.

Digital Color Correction

Standard Editing

Did you know that Standard Editing is included in the price of your scan? Not only do you get your APS negatives scanned on top notch equipment, but your images will receive an automated fade correction, color balance, and image rotation post scanning.

Premium Editing

When you choose our premium editing option, all of your images will receive manual color and contrast adjustments, as well as minor spot treatment and cropping. All professional editing will be completed by a PhotoShop Expert.


APS negatives digital color correction

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Download Files & Cloud Upload

No More Discs. No More Waiting.


We can upload your files into your cloud account, or we can download your files right from us!

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DVD Video Slideshow

dvd video slideshow

Our DVD Video Slideshows are an emotional way to bring your memories back to life. Once your APS negatives have been scanned, we can create a custom Slideshow for you to play on your TV and share with loved ones. With options including background music and title pages, our DVD Video Slideshows are a great way to share your legacy. View all of our DVD Slideshow options


APS Film Restrictions

We do not skip frames when scanning your APS Film Canisters, and all frames must be scanned. We bill our APS Film customers per frame, or image, not per canister sent in. If your canister contains 15 exposures, you will be billed for 15 scans. If you do not want digital copies of all the images that are scanned, feel free to order our On-line Image Organization System (IOS) where you can view and delete and unwanted images.

APS (Advanced Photo System) Negative Film Facts

In 1996, Advanced Photo System (APS) negative film was introduced. It is a negative film format for still photography, and was marketed by many popular companies such as Eastman Kodak under the brand name Advantix, Fujifilm under the name Nexia, AgfaPhoto under the brand name Futura, and Konica under the name Centuria. Available in 40, 25, and 15 exposure lengths, the APS Negative film surface is coated with a magnetic transparency (which is an information exchange (IX) system) that the camera utilizes to record information about each exposure. APS film is stored in their original cartridges, unlike 135 film, even though it has been developed. Every roll of APS Negative film is individually identified by a six digit ID code that you can find on it's label, and is also magnetically stored. This ID code is visible on either end of the processed negatives.