Specialised Digital Solutions
Colour Slide Conversion
Convert your 35mm slides to easily receivable digital Images.
35mm slides were very popular because of their high quality image, but who is able to look at their slides on a projector now?
Our 35mm slide Digital Conversion service will allow you to look at them whenever you want..
Why let your precious memories of the past fade into oblivion, we can digitise all your old 35mm slides,
Return them back to you in various formats and dpi that are fully viewable on your PC.
Digitising Photograph Collections
Photographic collections are the most visually interesting and the most referenced part of any archive. Photographic archives are a prime application for digitisation and will make them easily accessible.
At ASM DataCore’s Archiving Centre we have embarked on many photographic digitisation projects. Handling old, fragile, faded, and framed photographs of varying sizes and materials. Special care is taken to digitise and then produce the very best possible image from your photographic print or film negative.
We do not use any roll feed equipment to digitise your photographs or film negatives. We utilise unique, one shot digital scanners, which place absolute no pressure on the photographs. There by mitigating any chance of damaging the precious original materials during the digitisation process. We can scan any size photograph and film negative in a variety of DPI and output types.
Glass Plates Digitisation
Digitising old, fragile glass plate negatives and lantern slides is no problem for our fully trained technicians, who have many years of experience scanning glass plates, understanding the unique challenges they present. Polarity can be either Negative or Positive polarity and in any popular format.
70mm Quarter and Half Plate Negatives
Three key benefits of using a DSLR (One Shot) to digitise negatives are.
- Object Safety.
DSLR camera captures the light passing through the Negatives in a fraction of a second making the scanning process incredibly quick. It takes seconds to digitise each negative.
Negatives are by their very nature fragile objects, that need handling with extreme care. The emulsion coats one side of the negative and which is the actual image. DSLR capturing using a camera is relatively low-contact, the negative is always on view and the emulsion side actually need never be handled.
The emulsion side faces up towards the camera.
Polarity can be either Negative or Positive polarity and in any popular format.