EU Customers: MINOX new products shipped from factory in Germany. No UK duty.
From £12.50 a film. Scans are at 5400 or 6300 ppi resolution. For a 10x8mm negative we get a 2.1MB scan. Nrgatives are colour corrected and dust and scratches are removed.
Disc film is an awkward shape, impossible to feed into a conventional scanner. This is because it has a a central hole which means the film cnnoot be laid flat unless you cut up the disc into 15 negatices.
The next big problem is this: negatice size is 10x8mm. How small is that? OK take one 35mm slide mount and see how many disc negatives you can fit into it: 24mm high by 36mm wide: so, I can lay 3 disc negatives along the bottom, and I only use a 8 x 30mm strip. Add a layer, then ANOTHER layer. you will have nine disc negatives on your 24x36mm slide area with a 24 x 6mm gap a the end.
At only 7% of a 35mm frame, it is unfair to expect anyhthing other than a high-end scanner to scan a 10x8mm negative that is not flat. The only way we can scan a disc negative is to use Imacon and Minolta high resolution scanners and proprietary holders. You do that, you get the images shown below.
For unprocessed film (still in the camera or the cassette) process and high quality scanning £17.50 per film. .
If you have disc films that have already been processed, then we can scan them at Imacon Flextight III resolution without destroying the orginal wheel.
Effective disc prints need special scanniung and printing. We use a professional service to print on chemical paper. Prints are 3 1/2 x 1 /2 inches big. This keeps grain down and retains visual resolution.
Choose from our new films from Blue Moon (Velvia in stock) or our own cut films (Delta/TMAX/Ektar/Rollei) or classic original Minox films (Minopan/Agfapan/Minocolour). Wath out for our new alumium cassette project)