$29 for $76 Worth of Digital-Media-Conversion Services for Photos, Videotapes, and More at ScanDiego

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Family-owned business converts photos, videotapes & additional analog media into digital formats that can be easily stored or shared

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Expires Aug 1st, 2012. Limit 1 per person. In-store only. Extra fee for pick-up and delivery. Not valid for hard drives. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Like parachute pants, pocket watches, and Alka-Selzter-eating seagulls, analog media formats are bound to become obsolete. Rescue valuable personal affects from outdated configurations with today’s Groupon. For $29, you get $76 worth of digital-media-conversion services at ScanDiego.

The tech-savvy staff of ScanDiego transfers precious memories and valuable info stored on analog media to more durable, digitized formats that can easily be stored, saved, and shared. Customers can choose any one of the company’s conversion options, including videotape-to-DVD service ($19) that preserves the quality and lifespan of precious home videos or secret recordings of the live rigging of the 1919 World Series. Techs can round up loose family photos and herd them into JPEG format for easy storage on a disc ($0.25/photo for 1–1,000 photos; $0.20/photo for 1,001+), eliminating the need to strap a projector, portrait studio, or photography professor to your back each time you visit a friend’s house. The talented staffers can also use pictures to whip up a 10-minute DVD slideshow ($99) that makes ideal communal eye fare for birthdays, anniversaries, and dinner parties.

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The tech-savvy staff of family-owned media shop IF Digital transfers precious memories and valuable info stored on analog media to more durable, digitized formats that can easily be stored, saved, and shared. Customers can choose any one of the company’s conversion options, including 8mm and 16mm film transfers and a videotape-to-DVD service that preserves the quality and lifespan of precious home videos.

Not limited to moving pictures, techs round up loose family photos, slides, and negatives and herd them into JPEG format for easy storage on a disc, eliminating the need to strap a projector, portrait studio, or photography professor to your back each time you visit a friend’s house. The talented staffers also use pictures to whip up 10-minute DVD slideshows that make ideal communal eye fare for birthdays, anniversaries, and dinner parties.

Cameras and photo essentials for those who prefer looking at life through a lens