Scan Negative Film To Digital
Did you know that negatives fade faster than other film types? Convert your 35mm and large format negative film to digital to prevent further degradation.
35mm Negative Film Scanning
Resolution of 6,000 DPI - 58 MP
Make your photos the best they can be
Medium & Large Format Film Scanning
High Resolution Scan Negative Film Digital. Scanning your 35mm and large format negative film to digital with the highest resolution available anywhere!
Optional Stuff & Extras
Our default option!
Only $5 for our most popular option.
If you would like to opt for other choices, you can do so at the checkout options, or by leaving a comment on your order.
Convert to USB Stick
If you have a lot of slides, negatives, prints or albums this is perfect for you!
At $15 extra, you can fit virtually any amount of images on your USB stick
If you would like this option simply select "USB stick" at checkout.
Slides into DVD Movie
Get a slideshow DVD of all your memories! We can do this for negatives, prints also.
If you would like this option, simply select "Slide Show Movie" at checkout
External Hard Drive
For $50 extra, a spare hard-drive is a good choice for those needing extra space, and don't want to clog up their computer.
For this option, just select "External Hard Drive" at the checkout page.
We can electronically DropBox your slides to you, and keep them there for 90 days.
The best part is this is only $10 extra!
For conversion to digital for slides, negatives & prints.
For this option, just select "Electronic Delivery Via DropBox" at the checkout page.
(Not available for video orders)
The smaller the film, the higher resolution is needed for conversion to digital. DpsDave's exclusive 6,000 DPI scanning resolution for 35mm negative film provides the best image quality.
digital image organization
Keeping the digital files in the physical order in which they arrive
Keeping the digital files in the same order as the physical originals is important.
Using senior operators & special processes, your images are scanned in the order they are received. We can't guarantee that we never make a mistake, but we try really hard and get it just right almost always.
Price: $2.50 per folder
Folder Structure and Keeping in Order
Using the physical organization of the originals that you create, a digital organization structure is created for your digital images. This is how we do it.
Each group in your physical organization becomes a file folder as shown above. You can create groups within groups if you like.
The best way to create your physical groups is to use rubber bands to hold individual groups together. If you want to have groups within groups, putting all the stacks of originals you want grouped together into a zip lock bag, and label the bag.
Going even further, we use the folder structure to create meaningful image names. The image name will inherit all the folder names in the structure above it, then we tack on a serial number to control the sequence.
For example: 1957- Birthdays - Kate - 001.JPG
help with shipping to dpsDave
We Help a Little
Our most popular option! For $30, we send a prepaid UPS label. There are no size or weight restrictions, so the bigger and heavier the box, the more you save. Plus, we set the shipping options with UPS to assure the greatest shipping security possible.
You pack the box, (pack it tight!) tape it up (use lots of tape!) print out the label and put it on the box. You can call UPS for a pickup, or drop it off at a UPS store or Post Office.
Choose this option by selecting
on the checkout page.
If you want some help with shipping your slides, negatives, prints, albums, videos or home movies to us for digitizing, we have options designed just for you.
We Help a Lot
This is the ultimate in ease of use! You choose a box size, and we'll send it to you with all the packing materials you will need and a prepaid UPS shipping label. These boxes cost $25 to $65.
Choose this option by selecting the size of
on the checkout page
We offer 4 options
You have your choice of an optical disk, thumb drive, external hard drive, or cloud delivery.
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