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Photo- and Video-Digitization Services from ScanDigital (Up to 62% Off). Two Options Available.

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  • Expires Oct 2nd, 2013.
  • Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. $300 option limit 1 per person, limit 1 per order. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for hard drives or digital photo frames. Limit 1 $100 Groupon on bulk orders. $300 Groupon not valid with bulk order discount.
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Questions and Answers 2 questions

Q:

Can this coupon be redeemed in San Antonio, Texas?

michele r.  asked on  Mar 29, 2013

A:

Hi Michele. Once a Groupon voucher is purchased, it can be used from any city or state. Deals are only offered in a few areas at a time, but may be used freely once purchased. If you need more information about your Groupon or its validity, please do not hesitate to contact us at 333.888.2808 or by email at info@scandigital.com. Thank you again for reaching out to us! - Jason

Jason T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Mar 29, 2013

Q:

I want to have slides put onto a dvd disc. What is the quality of the resulting picture.? How many megapixels are involved? Can I expect good resolution if I use the scanned slide to produce an 8X10 photo? How much clarity can I expect if they are shown on an HD TV screen? or on my computer screen? Help me out here. I have a parcel of slides of five beautiful children and several pets from long ago.

Carol R.  asked on  Mar 29, 2013

A:

Hi Carol. We have 2 different levels of scanning for slides (assuming you have 35mm slides). The first is our normal resolution scan done at 2000dpi. For a 35mm slide, which has approximate dimensions of 1.5"x1" you would be looking at a resolution of 3000x2000 pixels. We have a second, high resolution scanning option done at 4000dpi. This would produce an image with a resolution of 6000x4000 pixels. For printing of these scanned images, the normal resolution will work for most photos up to about a 5"x7". For larger photos such as your 8"x10", we would recommend using our high resolution scan for optimum results. For viewing on a computer or a TV screen, either the normal resolution or the high resolution would work well. I do recommend for your purposes perhaps a combination of normal and high resolution scans. Choose those slides that you want printed and mark those as high resolution. For the rest that will just be for sharing digitally, leave at normal resolution. Please let us know if you have any more questions or concerns. We can be reached 888.333.2808 or by email at info@scandigital.com. Thank you again for contacting us. - Jason

Jason T.  from  Merchant  replied on  Mar 29, 2013

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