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Copying 35mm slides and negative to Digital format

by quark / June 17, 2005 12:46 PM PDT

Any ideas on how this can be done to preserve as much clarity and resolution of the original images as possible?


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Copy 35mm slides and negatives
by snapshot2 Forum moderator / June 17, 2005 1:00 PM PDT
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How about online services

Try searching Google on "35mm slide scanning"
There are lots of companies that can do your scanning at a reasonable price. I recommend Jim Harrington at Saugus Photos Online,, but there are many others as well.
What I like about Jim is that he does the work himself and you can talk to him about any special problems/needs you may have.
If you need to go the other way, digital to 35mm, I can do that for you. Contact me through my profile.

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