Figuring out what scanning resolution you want your medium format film 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. When scanning 110 films you want to go with the 4000 DPI resolution because the film is so small. Want to see the difference? Check out our different scanning resolutions and what they mean.
Frame vs. Strip
We will bill for every frame, not per strip. A strip is when there are multiple pictures side by side, where a frame is a single image.
Black & White Film
Our professional scanners use a technology known as Digital Ice Infrared Clean, but unfortunately, it does not work on Black and White film. We always welcome black and white negatives; however, dust, scratches, and fingerprints may be visible on the scans.
Although uncommon, some films can be up to 8x10. We can scan these larger films, but there is an extra charge due to the size. Please call or email us so that we can give you a quote. 801-782-5155 firstname.lastname@example.org