ALL FORMAT MEDIUM AND LARGE FORMAT PHOTOGRAPHIC FILM SCANNING SERVICES FOR CORPORATE AND CONSUMER CLIENTS IN OXFORDSHIRE UK
Volume Archiving of Medium Format Film Collections.
Medium format is defined as any camera format that records an image larger than a 35mm frame but smaller than a 4x5 inch image (large format), the 120 film and later 220 film (double the length), were intended and used as consumer level film between 1901 and the 1950's.
One of our specialties is large volume film scanning to digital of personal and institutional collections. Whether your collection is 25, 50, 100, 1000, 10,000, or even 100,000 film slides, we will work with you to customize the job to meet your needs. See our standard pricing below, or contact us by phone or email Cheryl for a custom quote on your specific project.
Regardless of your needs, we will use of experience to scan your slides for web use, digital reproduction, and digital files for historical archiving purposes.
Our medium and large format film scanning starts anywhere between 3.8 x 3.8cm upto large format 4 x 5". To include oversize negative scanning of glass plate and lantern slides and X-Ray scanning solutions. With our large transparency scanners and expert experience in converting all film mediums into digital formats.
Scanning resolutions are guided by your requirements. If you require a higher or lower resolution then please do advise.
From short orders to bulk orders we can confidently support your slide scanning requirements.
Archival slide scanning involves Adobe lab processing for unsharp masking and toning. This is perfect for publications and professional printing.
WHAT DOES MEDIUM FORMAT MEAN?
Medium format historically refers to the 120 size film format that was used in the Hasselblad V System cameras.
It was much larger than the standard 35mm format and offered a superior image quality thanks to the high quality lenses and the larger image area of the film.
In digital photography, medium format refers either to cameras adapted from medium format film models or to cameras making use of sensors larger than that of a 35mm film frame. Medium-format roll film is still available from specialty shops and photo labs, yet nowhere near as ubiquitous as 135 (35mm) film. The 620 format was introduced by Kodak in 1931 as an intended alternative to 120. The 620 format is essentially the same film on a thinner and narrower all-metal spool.
WHAT SIZES ARE MEDIUM FORMAT?
Large Format (4 x 5," 5 x 7," 8 x 10," etc.)
Medium Format (120, 220, 2-1/4," 6x6, 645, 6x7, 6x9, etc.)
WHAT IS 120 FORMAT FILM?
120 film is a film format for still photography introduced by Kodak for its Brownie No. 2 in 1901, and is still very popular, as the surviving medium format. Its specifications are defined by ISO 732. The 120 film format is a roll film which is nominally 60 mm wide (in fact, about 61 mm, or 2.4 inches).
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