HOW TO HAVE APS FILM DIGITIZED FOR $3.98?
Remember those cartridges of APS film? They all have something in common. It’s still hidden in plastic cartridges. In today’s all-digital world, these too must be preserved. That is why ScanMyPhotos is helping by providing A FURTHER DISCOUNT — 50% OFF APS FILM SCANNING.
Today save 50% on APS film scanning. No limit. Any exposure (15, 25 or 40 exposure)
As low as $3.98 per film cartridge. Must order today. You have 6 months to mail it in. Mail-in your own box, as we do not send you a box for APS film scanning.
Details: Cannot be applied to prior orders. Excluding applicable sales tax. Void where prohibited. A minimum charge of $20 is applied towards this order to cover scanning, but not return S/H which is extra. No refund for unused credit, so, send at least 5 rolls of APS film.
Though Advanced Photo System (APS) was a type of film used only for a short time, the images captured on those negatives might be some of your family’s favorites. Preserve them with scanning!
Take advantage of our great, flat-fee pricing – regardless of exposure count (15, 25, or 40 exposure). When ordering, choose 2,000 dpi JPEG scans for just [regularly $7.95] $3.98 per roll or 4,000 dpi for [regularly $12.95] $6.48 per roll.
Your negatives will be individually scanned onsite at our facility in Irvine, California, and handled with the greatest of care by trained professionals to ensure the highest quality digital format possible.
- Orders include digitizing. Added fee for returning your digital media via our instant uploading. You select and pay for the digital media formats you want–from INSTANT UPLOADING (stored from five days – one year), DVD DATA DISCS, and 8GB CUSTOM THUMB DRIVES. The recommended default is our popular two-month instant upload archival service. Quantity discounts apply and you can select all three formats;
- Digital ICE is only available for color negatives;
- 1-business day scanning available;
- All APS negatives are returned to you when you select the return APS option.
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