Supaphoto©'s 120 Film Scan, 110 Scan, 126 Film Scan Services are idea for safely preserving and enhancing countless instamatic films - to Digital, USB, Digital, CD or download via the Supaphoto© Cloud
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Our APS to Digital Conversion Service
At Supaphoto, we’ve converted many APS films. Just send them to us. Along with 35mm film, we’re used to this format. Once converted to digital, we’ll get them back to you in whatever way suits you and your family members the best! – an easy to use memory stick, our simple Supaphoto Cloud download service or one of our lovely looking CDs in a beautiful presentation case. Now that’s customer service!
Preserve, Share & Enjoy The Supaphoto Way
The best thing you could ever do for your family in three simple steps.
1. Package Up Your Memories
Simply pack your beloved memories and send them to us. Use either our courier collection and return service or send it to us directly via recorded delivery. We’ll also send you a simple, step-by-step welcome pack straight to your inbox for peace of mind during the order process.
2. Lovingly Converted
We love what we do. Our dedicated team will digitise every item by hand. We’ve saved millions of memories over 20 years. And don’t worry, you’ll get regular updates along the way.
3. Share & Enjoy With Your Family
This is where the magic begins, We’ll return all of your original media. Once preserved, you can access them via our easy cloud download service, a simple memory stick or a lovely DVD. Finally, just relax and let those memories flood in.
You’ll receive everything needed to safeguard your memories.
Yes, where collection is applicable, we’ll organise for an easy to understand pre-paid address label to be sent to you. Could not be more simple. There’s also a section in there for you to add notes.
We know how precious your memories are. It can feel like a big decision. The Supaphoto Welcome Guide explains the process in step by step simple terms. It will also include useful contact details for peace of mind.
We loe what we do. Our dedcated team will digitise every item by hand. We’ve saved millions of memories over 20 years. And don’t worry, you’ll get regular updates along the way.
This is where the magic begins. We’ll return all of your original media. Once preserved, you can access your files via our easy cloud download service, on a memory stick or a lovely DVD. Finally, just relax and let those memories flood in!.
Our goal is always to reproduce your 35mm slides as faithfully as feasible. It’s important to capture in great detail so as to enable whatever your next steps are – i.e. viewing as large images on a tv or creating a photo book.
We give them a light blow with compressed air and then lightly brush them to remove obvious dust.
If you’ve requested them to be scanned in order, that’s what we’ll endeavour to do. .
Converted, Preserved and Ready to Enjoy
Choose what you’ll get back. Sit back and soak it in!
DVD in Case
One of Supaphoto's
We were so proud to be chosen by the University of Sussex to preserve some of film director Sir Richard Attenborough’s photographs.
Over the years, we’ve also scanned thousands of photographs from prestigious multi album sets going as far back as early 1900’s for famous British politicians, to thousands of everyday collections of photos from families throughout the UK.
Yes we collect throughout the whole of the UK!
Alternatively, you may visit us too so that we can go through the variables together. Just call or email us in advance to make an appointment at a suitable time please.
We would generally advise using a tracked service to get your photos, film or audio tapes to us –
i.e Royal Mail Special Delivery or Parcel Force 24/48
Yes of course! All of your original media will be returned to you with your digitised versions.
Yes indeed! It will depend on the total size of your order. Where we save time by doing things in bulk, we like to pass the benefit on.
Thousands of Satisfied Customers
Supaphoto Ltd is an established company of almost 20 years with 000s of happy customers
Your Happiness Matters
If you are not satisfied with the results, nor are we.
That’s the Supaphoto way
Peace of Mind Updates
Yes, we know that it’s important to update you a key milestones in the transfer process.
15 Plus Years of Experience
We’ve converted over a million recordings over time, so you can trust of to take care of you
APS Film Developing
What is APS Film?
Have you ever bought a cheap camera in a gift shop to document your holidays? If so, it’s likely that you’ve got cartridges of APS film stored away somewhere. This film format was the go-to photography film for amateur photographers during the 1990s and 2000s. It’s quite unlike slide film or 35mm slides generally and doesn’t easily compare to negative film either. Your family members, if of the right age will likely remember this format well!
‘APS film’ (Advanced Photo Systems) refers to a still photography format produced between 1996 and 2011. The format used a 24mm film and was produced by a number of the largest photography companies including Kodak, Nikon, Canon, and Fujifilm.
The format was widely used in ‘point and shoot’ amateur cameras during the 1990s and early 2000s.
APS Film to Digital - Relive Your Hidden Gems
How many of us have a draw or shoebox filled with old undeveloped film cartridges? The trouble is that today there are very few places that are still able to develop them. We can convert them to quality digital files as a digital format.
Many of the old high street photography shops have closed down in recent years. Unfortunately, the ones that are left have often sold their old equipment. This means that it’s now harder than ever to get access to our undeveloped films.
Can there be anything sadder than the thought of old photos locked away inside a film cartridge with no way to develop them? At Supaphoto we offer the answer to this problem with our APS film scanning service.
Our APS Film Scanning Service UK
Our APS film to digital conversion service will transfer your old cartridges into high quality digital images. The team of experts at our photo lab will carefully remove your APS film in preparation for scanning. We will then closely examine the film surface to ensure the highest detail scans of your images. Each film will then be put through a process of medium – high resolution negative scanning to produce crisp digital copies of the original images.
Your images will then be treated to a sensitive digital restoration designed to reduce the effect of damaged picture elements.
We will also optionally perform minor colour correction to restore the original brightness of colours whilst maintaining the quality of the original film.
Once your films have been digitised and restored they will then be available in a number of storage methods to suit your needs. See our list of popular options. Your finish images can also be uploaded to your family’s social media.
APS to CD / DVD service: We will transfer the images from your original APS film onto a high definition DVD. This will be compatible with most modern video technology
APS to External Storage: We will transfer the images from your original APS film onto an external storage device. This can be connected to most modern TVs, PCs and Macs. If you want to know more about our products and services then get in touch including our photo scanning, video transfer, cine, audio and slide scanning services. Our friendly team of experts will be happy to help you find the best solution to meet your needs. Our goal is always to offer great customer service and we always do our very best to make you happy. Its lovely to see our customers upload the scanned images to their family social media accounts!
Did You Know?
– One of the main selling points for APS cameras was that they allowed users to select from three different aspect ratios. These were:
C – “Classic” 4 x 6″ (25.1 × 16.7 mm)
H – “High Definition” 4 x 7″ (30.2 × 16.7 mm)
P – “Panoramic” 4 x 11”. (30.2 × 9.5 mm)
APS cartridges were available in several lengths including 15, 25, and 40 exposures. Hopefully that’s not too much detail before you contemplate to convert aps film to digital uk.