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Kodak Disc Film Conversion

At Supaphoto, we’ve transferred many disc films. Just pop them into the post to us. We’ll take care of everything else and transfer them carefully. When finished, we’ll get them back to you in whatever way suits you best! – an easy to use memory stick, our simple Supaphoto Cloud download service or one of our lovely looking CDs in a beautiful presentation case.

Preserving the Past for the Future

The gift no-one will forget

1. Package Them Up

Just package up your material and send it to us. We can also optionally arrange for collection. Tracking gives peace of mind.

2. We’ll Lovingly Digitalise Them

We love what we do. We’ve carefully digitalised millions of memories over 20 years. You’ll get regular updates too.

3. View, Share & Enjoy

Once preserved, you can access them via our easy cloud download service. A simple memory stick or a lovely DVD. Just to view and listen or even have fun editing them!

Our Kodak Disc Film Scanning Service

It is commonly known that a Disc film is a cartridge film format, although we know that it is in fact much more than that.  These round discs contain our priceless memories from around the world, around our homes and around our hearts. All of this, saved in 15 tiny exposures positioned around the edge of the disc, which lies in a dusty box somewhere in our house.

In spite of homes being full of these discs, this rare film format was mostly a novelty. The Kodak disc film cameras were only made from 1982 to 1988, and Kodak stopped making disc film altogether in 1997. When disc film first appeared , more than 25 million disc film cameras were bought. Shortly after this, disc film did not prove hugely successful, as production labs were not utilising the necessary disc film negative scanner resulting in grainy and poor definition images.

For over 20 years supaphoto has been involved in kodak disc 4000 film developing and many other things kodak disc film scanning. 

How Big is each image?

Approximately 8-by-10.5mm, which is smaller than your thumbnail, and less than half the size of an exposure on 110 film slides or negatives.

The size of them means that even when scanned by professionals, the images often seem grainy or blurry once all the tiny imperfections are enlarged on a screen or a print.

While pristine images with lots of detail cannot be attained, we will use our disc film scanner and film rescue services to convert your family memories, keeping them alive with DVDs or digital files on USB flash drives. Any one of your disc negatives could have captured the only surviving photos of family friends or a long-lost relative. Why pass up the chance to witness their warm smile again?

Your Memories Preserved Forever - Ready for you to Share and Enjoy

Choose the best format for you and your loved ones

Super Safe USB Drive
Easy Supaphoto Cloud Download
Beautiful DVD

Disc Film Developing

There’s no quick and easy way of disc film developing, only dedicated and precise. To convert film negatives into digital images we use special trays to hold them steady, and scan each frame separately. 35mm film is the most common format seen, and while we’ve streamlined our scanning process for that type of format to save you money, any non-standard film can also be developed with more time to get the best scans possible.

Viewmaster? Unfortunately, it doesn’t work. A viewmaster uses two photos to get a 3D effect, whilst disc film photos are only 2D. Disc film is colour negative so there will be a colour shift in each image when viewed. To view whatever was photographed in good quality, you’ll need your disc film negatives scanned properly. 

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For how long does this format survive?
Your film would normally have a life-span of at least 20-something years due to the fact that disc negatives were discontinued in 1997. The photos however, could be younger depending on when they were shot. Although Kodak phased out disc film cameras in the late ’80s, so it’s unlikely that most of these cameras have outlived the film.

Can I print from my disc photo film?

Anything can be printed from film, it just won’t be up to disc film scanning standards! Photos on disc negatives are so small and tiny that they can only hold a certain amount of detail, taking that into consideration, many of our customers opt for high-resolution scanning when searching for the best possible enlargements. At Supaphoto we know how to scan disc film negatives at a high quality for you to enjoy.

A Quick & Easy Service