35MM NEGATIVE STRIP SCANNING TO DIGITAL TRANSER SERVICES
(Colour Negative, B/W or Positive Processed Film)
135 film, more popularly referred to as 35 mm film or 35 mm, is a format of photographic film used for still photography. It is a film with a film gauge of 35 mm (1.4 in) loaded into a standardized type of magazine – also referred to as a cassette or cartridge – for use in 135 film cameras.
The term 135 was introduced by Kodak in 1934 as a designation for 35 mm film specifically for still photography, perforated with Kodak Standard perforations. It quickly grew in popularity, surpassing 120 film by the late 1960s to become the most popular photographic film size. Despite competition from formats such as 828, 126, 110, and APS, it remains the most popular film size today.
|All slides are professionally cleaned and digitised to the correct dpi,
which we will access, before entering our post production suite where all images are toned
and sharpened before being output to your desired format TIFF or JPEG digital files.
WE OFFER 3 HIGH QUALITY SLIDE SCANNING SERVICES
OFFERING NATIONAL ARCHIVE STANDARDS UPTO 6800 DPI
STANDARD JPEG (4000dpi) - Perfect for consumer viewing on mobile devices, computers and TVs.
PUBLICATION TIFF (4000dpi+) - Perfect for publications and clients wishing a HQTIFF but manageable file size.
ARCHIVAL TIFF/JPEG2000/DWG (<6800dpi) - Ideal for historical societies, museums and private collections who wish HQTIFF uncompressed digital files.
| 35mm Slides, 35mm Half Frame, 35mm Negative Strips, 35mm Half Frame Negative Strips,
110 Pocket Slides, 3D Stereo Slides, 126 film mounts, 127 Superslides, 110 Negative Strips,
126 Negative Strips, Disc Negatives
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