three scanning service options . Imacon Flextight ,Fuji SP3000
& Notitzu SP1800
IMACON FLEXTIGHT 949
Flextight scans are of the highest quality. These scanners are used to provide artists/photographers with exhibition quality files. It is recommended to order a Flextight scan when needing a file for large scale printing or high resolution scans.
The Imacon Flextight 949 is a
superb scanner offering a dynamic range of 4.4 and excellent sharp
results for prints up to large sizes. The Imacon Flextight 949 was
the last Imacon branded scanner to be released before the merger of
Imacon and Hasselblad, and is significantly better than even
previous Imacon scanners. In terms of shadow penetration, sharpness
and low noise, it is one of the best scanners on the planet and
easily competes with any other scanner available. The technology in
the 949 is as good as, if not better than, the now re-branded
Hasselblad X5 machines.
Scanning is available for XPAN and Panoramic 120 formats.
We are pleased to provide high resolution film scans using
the Fuji Frontier SP-3000 scanner, known among enthusiasts and
professionals for producing some of the best colours from their
To get the most out of every frame, we can spend the extra time scanning at the full 20MP (5444 x 3649 px) resolution the Fuji Frontier SP-3000 has to offer. Do note that your final scan resolution will differ depending on the aspect ratio of your film. 35mm or 6x9 medium format film will receive the full 20MP scans, while square formats like 6x6 will only get a 13MP scan
We offer 3 scanning options for 35mm films
Low - standard scan - 6 x 4 inch @ 300dpi
Medium scan 8x12 inch @ 300dpi
High scan 12x18 inch @ 300dpi
we offer 2 scanning options for 120 films
Low -standard scan 6 x 6 inch @ 300dpi
High scan 12 x 12 inch @ 300dpi
The HS-1800 is a high-capacity scanner that handles a wide variety of film types. A TWAIN driver is included as a standard feature, so the unit can be connected to a PC and used as a stand-alone scanner. Connect this unit to a PC with EZ Controller Software and a Noritsu digital printer (both sold separately) to produce a minilab configuration.