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· Reviewed April 20, 2018
· Reviewed June 12, 2017
Reviewed January 7, 2016
What You'll Get
Photographs preserve family moments that might otherwise be forgotten, like the day Grandpa wiped everyone’s memory with a spy drug. Bring precious records to the digital age with this voucher.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for digitization of 500 photo prints and a CD or DVD of the images (a $99 value)
- $69 for digitization of 1,000 photo prints and a CD or DVD of the images (a $179 value)
Techs scan up to 500 or 1,000 photo prints ranging in size from 3”x3” to 5”x7” at a resolution of 300 dpi, then prepare the originals and a CD or DVD containing the digital images for pickup. An upgrade to a 600 dpi resolution is available for an additional fee.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. New clients only. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per order. Online pre-ordering is required. Order drop off by appointment only. Must redeem online prior to promotional expiration date; photos may be submitted anytime after voucher redemption. Follow packing instructions provided by DittoBee. Photo prints are scanned at 300 dpi; upgrade to 600 dpi is available at additional cost. Voucher valid for drop off and pick up at 3390 Mary Street, Suite 116 location only. Round trip shipping is available for an additional fee of $14.99, paid separately at time of order. One voucher per order. Tax and shipping not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About DittoBee Photo Scanning
After starting to scan their own wedding photos, DittoBee Photo Scanning’s founders realized that they wanted to be able to digitally share more of their memories, from childhood photos to pictures from the time they met. After learning how massive a project this was, they realized they could simplify the process for others through convenient digitization services. Now, they take photographs and videos to their climate-controlled facility, where skilled handlers don white gloves so as not to add fingerprints or smudges. They then use commercial-grade Kodak scanners to copy photographs at 300 or 600 dpi, creating digital images that will live on even after physical copies fade or are altered due to time travel incidents.