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ScanDigital

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

The Fine Print

  • Expires Aug 28th, 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.

Questions and Answers 7 questions

Q:

Does your Groupon offer use 600 dpi for pictures? I have my grandmothers scrapbooks that are mainly black and white. They can't come off of the pages. Can you still scan them?

Alison B.  asked on  Mar 2, 2013

A:

ScanDigital charges $0.68 per image when scanning using a resolution of 300 dpi and $0.88 per image when scanning using a resolution of 600 dpi.

Sammy T.  from  Groupon  replied on  Mar 4, 2013

Q:

OK, silly question. 336 35mm slides, groupon special for "$100 worth" of service, can buy up to 3. Can they be combined and how many would I actually need?

Ga W.  asked on  Feb 27, 2013

A:

Hello Ga, each 35mm slide is scanned at normal resolution for $0.68. You can have 147 slides scanned at normal resolution for the $100 value. This means you'll need 3 $100 Groupons to fully cover the cost of your 336 slides. There's a limit of $300 worth of Groupon per customer, so you're welcome to use all 3 $100 Groupons in one order.

Danny L.  from  Merchant  replied on  Feb 27, 2013

Q:

I have 17 VHS videos of my children. for the $300 option how many videos are included?

Steve S.  asked on  Feb 27, 2013

A:

Hi Steve! Each video transfer to DVD is $19.95 per tape 2 hours or less. Assuming each one of your tapes is within 2 hours, you can have 15 transferred for the $300 value. If you have anymore questions, please feel free to send an email to support@scandigital.com

Danny L.  from  Merchant  replied on  Feb 27, 2013

Q:

when you say 8mm film is "one" equating to both sides of the film? If I remember correctly, when you had a 25' roll, you turned it over and used both sides. Ann

Ann M.  asked on  Feb 26, 2013

A:

Hi Ann! You can only use one side of film. If you have a 25' roll, most likely it is now a 50' roll because a second roll of 25' was spliced to it. In any instance, you cannot turn film over and use the other side. Hope this clears things up.

Danny L.  from  Merchant  replied on  Feb 27, 2013

Q:

I just purchased the online deal please email your contact information so I can set up an appt. to talkwithterri@hotmail.com Thanks!!!

terri  asked on  Feb 26, 2013

A:

Hello Terri, you don't need to set up an appointment. You'll just need to place your order online. If you're in the Southern California area, you're welcome to drop by during business hours. We're here Monday - Friday from 9am to 6pm PST.

Danny L.  from  Merchant  replied on  Feb 27, 2013

Q:

Do we bring our box of photos to you to scan? I have about 500 plus photos.

Mr D.  asked on  Feb 26, 2013

A:

Hi Mr. D! If you're located in the Los Angeles area, you can definitely drop off your order. Otherwise, we do have shipping options available. When you place your order, you have the option to select UPS Ground shipping for $10 or you can select self shipping. The UPS Ground shipping is a flat rate for packages up to 50 pounds. All orders will be returned via UPS Ground for $10. You can view more information about our shipping options at http://www.scandigital.com/secure-shipping.php.

Nicole S.  from  Self  replied on  Feb 26, 2013

Q:

How does price relate to size and number of photos? For instance how much for say 100 4x6" photos?

Rob R.  asked on  Feb 25, 2013

A:

Hi Rob! Thanks for your interest! We scan loose printed photos that measure 8'' x 10'' and below for $.48 at 300 dpi or for $.68 per photo at 600 dpi. One hundred photos at 300 dpi would be $48. You can review our pricing information at http://www.scandigital.com/photography-pricing.php.

Nicole S.  from  Self  replied on  Feb 25, 2013

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