Digitalising

We can scan from any 35 mm film (positive or negative) using a Nikon Coolscan 5000 scanner at a maxim resolution of 4,000 dpi true optical resolution.

The new SUPER COOLSCAN 5000 ED is the choice for professional photographers who demand quality. Boasting a true optical resolution of 4,000 dpi and 16 bit A/D conversion, the 5000 ED provides amazing image quality. Optional adapters enhance productivity further by enabling the automatic scanning of mounted slides and uncut rolls of film. The features, quality, and speed found here make the SUPER COOLSCAN 5000 ED ideal for imaging professionals needing quality scans.

Batch scanning of slides or negatives

[complete set of slides/negatives are scanned using optimum average setting for the film]

 
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CD in jewel case
Number of sets
Cost
[incl VAT]
Cost
[less VAT]
Cost
[incl VAT]
Cost
[less VAT]
1
£6-50
£5.53
£7.50
£6.38
2 to 5
£6-00 each
£5.11 each
£7.00 each
£5.96 each
6 to 10
£5-50 each
£4.68 each
£6-50 each
£5.53 each
11+
£5-00 each
£4.26 each
£6-00 each
£5.11 each

 

Individual scanning of slides and negatives

[Individual images are scanned using optimum settings per image]

 
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CD in jewel case
Number of Images
Cost
[incl VAT]
Cost
[less VAT]
Cost
[incl VAT]
Cost
[less VAT]
1
£0-55
£4.68
£6-50
£5.53
2 to 5
£5-00 each
£4.26 each
£6-00 each
£5.11 each
6 to 12
£4-50 each
£2.83 each
£5-50 each
£4.68 each
13+
£4-00 each
£3.40 each
£5-00 each
£4.26 each

 

Scans can be performed and saved in TIFF, BMP, or jpg formats. [For further information please refer to our 'Explanation Of Formats' page.]

For professionals we can scan each image in TIFF up to x MB.