Professional Disc Film Negative Scanning Services
Don't Let Your Memories Fade Away
About Disc Film
Disc film was a popular format during the 1980s and 1990s. It was introduced by Kodak in 1982 as a way to make photography more convenient for consumers. The small, circular film cartridge could hold up to 15 exposures and was easy to use. The format was particularly popular in the United States and Japan, as well as other countries.
The format was marketed towards amateur and snapshot photographers, and was often sold in drug stores and other retail outlets that sold consumer photography products.
Today, disc film is considered a niche and obsolete format, and is no longer widely used or available.
Three Reasons to Digitize your Disc Film Negatives
Preservation: Disc film is delicate and can deteriorate over time. By digitizing your negatives, you can ensure that your memories will be preserved for future generations.
Convenience: Digitizing your negatives allows you to easily view, share, and print your photos without having to deal with the hassle of handling physical negatives.
Flexibility: Digital photos can be edited and enhanced with software, giving you more creative control over your images.
Each disc can hold up to 15 frames, but we do not charge a flat rate per disc.
- We charge $1 per frame on the disc
- We do not charge for empty frames