Sophisticated scanners make sandwiching coworkers between two pieces of plate glass to preserve office-party memories a thing of the past. Take advantage of technological innovations with today's Groupon: for $40, you get $100 worth of photo and video digitization services from ScanDigital. Memories are safe with ScanDigital: it has processed more than five million images since 2007, making it the biggest digitization service in the country. Up to three Groupons can be combined in one order.
The celluloid specialists at ScanDigital turn grainy 3"x5" photos and dented VHS tapes into dependable digital files that fill the future with the pleasant retrospections and introspections of a warm and wonderful past. With $100 worth of services, you can digitize roughly 200 photos, 175 negatives, 150 slides, six 3" 8mm film reels, or five videocassettes; mix any of the memory mediums of ScanDigital services (click here to see all the formats). The digitization process includes photo color correction and cleaning and prepping film to ensure the highest possible transfer quality. Go online and fill out a form that generates a shipping label, then mail the materials. After about three to four weeks, you get back the original copies along with their new, high-quality clones on DVD.
Digitally backing up photo and video archives is invaluable for photographers, videographers, and anyone with photos and videos. Someday soon, the home videos of your first-grade choir solo will warp and your sweet warbles will become the terrifyingly chipmunk drones of your fifth-grade rock show of rocks. Significant moments seem insignificant when their video playback quality is significantly obstructed or when their photos are stained and faded by Father Time’s clumsy coffee spills.
Today's Groupon can be applied toward a bulk order (starting at 1,000 photos)—combining the Groupon discount with a $.10-off-per-photo bulk discount—but only one Groupon may be applied with this option.
The celluloid specialists at ScanDigital have processed more than 15 million images since 2007, turning nondigital items such as grainy photos, dented VHS tapes, 35mm, APS negatives, and 35mm slides into dependable digital files that fill the future with images of a warm and wonderful past. To start a safe, digital archive so home videos of first-grade choir solos don't turn into terrifying, chipmunk-attracting warbles, customers go online to fill out a form that generates a shipping label, and then mail their prized materials. Once parcels are received, staffers liberate the images and footage of dust and blemishes, scan them in, then adjust the orientation and color balance of the newly hatched digital files.
After four or more weeks, depending on the order, customers get back the original copies along with their new, high-quality clones on DVD, ensuring that significant moments aren't stained and faded by Father Time’s clumsy coffee spills.