Photographic Film Scanning

DAS provide specialised scanning of photographic film in formats as follows:

  • 35 mm
  • 120 (6×4.5, 6×6, 6×7, 6×9, 6×12 & 6×17)
  • 4×5
  • 5×7
  • 8×10
  • 16×20

120/220 Roll film in formats from 6×4,5, 6×6, 6×7, 6×9, 6×12 and 6,17
8×10, 4×5 & 35mm examples, and of course not to exclude 5×7 and 4×10

File Formats

These can be digitized as Black  & White negatives (8 or 16 bit) Colour negatives or positives (24 or 48 bit). This can be done on transmission film-scanners or drum-scanners, utilizing Lasersoft’s Silverfast scanning software. Outputs ranging from Tiff to Jpg and most image file formats in-between.

Pricing will vary depending on the quantity of originals and the effort required for each image. Please call us to discuss options or to conduct a Proof-of-Concept.

Drum Scanning

Drum scanning is the ultimate pursuit of quality in the realm of film photography. It is the last scan you will ever need, since there is nothing that will give you the kind of resolution, detail, sharpness, dynamic range, and color rendition that drum scanning can give you.

Heidelberg Primescan 8200, (possibly) the ultimate film scanner ever built.

Dedicated Film Scanners

DAS also make use of Epson dedicated film scanners.

Epson F3200 dedicated film scanner, driven by Silverfast.


Epson V750 Pro
Epson V750 Pro, also driven by Silverfast.