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We now convert Disk Film (images) to Digital using our latest film scanner.

 

The film was in the form of a flat disc, and was fully housed within a plastic cartridge. Each disc held fifteen 10 8 mm exposures, arranged around the outside of the disc, with the disc being rotated 24 between each image.

 

 

 

We provide 2 options either a full disc scan in one image file where you will need to crop, rotate and colour restore each of the 15 images yourself or we provide the option where we crop rote and colour restore each image to provide 15 separate images.

 

 

 

 

Full Disc Film

One large image received scanned at 4800 dpi

2.50 per disc

Customer will need to crop rotate and colour restore each image.

 

All Images Disc Film

All 15 images cropped rotated and colour restored

Scanned at 4800 dpi

Entire film 13.50

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We now convert Disk Film (images) to Digital using our latest film scanner.

 

The film was in the form of a flat disc, and was fully housed within a plastic cartridge. Each disc held fifteen 10 8 mm exposures, arranged around the outside of the disc, with the disc being rotated 24 between each image.