126 Slide & Negative Scanning Service
Professional Scanning Service for 126 Slides & Negatives
We will convert your 126 Slides & Negatives to a digital image, save it to a disc or upload it online for you.
We offer Free digital color correction, online viewing & the ability to delete your 126 Slide images online (you must select the online viewing on your order form), we use professional grade equipment & offer the highest resolution choices... and it all stays in the USA!
126 Film is not all the sameThere are two types of 126 format film, the type in a mount, called a "126 Slide" and the type without a mount called "126 Negative." The negatives are typically in strips. The pricing is different because it is more labor intensive to scan the 126 negatives.
For every strip of 126 negative film you send us, you must have all frames scanned. We will not skip frames.
Our pricing is based on the number of frames you send in, not on strips.
FREE Digital Color Correction
Standard EditingAll of our 126 Slide images will be digitally edited after they are scanned. They will receive automated color balance, fade correction and image rotation. Examples
Premium EditingIf you feel that your scanned images will need more time & attention, we offer our premium digital color correction which means we do what we can to make your image look as good as possible. Examples
View Online & Organize Online
View & Organize Online
Don't worry about organizing your 126 Slides & Negatives before you send them in. Select our online image organizer on the order form and once they are scanned and converted to digital images, you can organize them online.
Just select the online image organization on your order form.
Our Scanning Service Includes:
Scanning ResolutionScanning Resolution is one of the most important factors in determining the quality of your digital image. Scanning Resolution is similar to the concept of megapixels on a digital camera.
The higher your scanning resolution, the higher your quality. See a sample of different scanning resolutions.
Professional EquipmentWe use the Nikon 5000 scanner for our 126 slides, which provides the same quality scan as the Nikon 9000 scanner which we use for our 126 Negatives. The only difference is that the Nikon 9000 can scan different format film. Click here to see an example of scanned images View Examples
CD vs DVDHaving your 126 Slides & Negatives scanned to a disc? You will need to decide if you want a CD or a DVD. A data CD is just like a data DVD, the quality is the exact same. The only difference is that a data DVD holds more data than a CD. So if your order form indicated that you need more than 1 CD, it would be less expensive for you if you chose to have your digital images saved to a data DVD instead.
If you want your 126 Slides & Negatives scanned and saved onto a VIDEO DVD, you will want to order a DVD Video Slideshow.
The Cloud - Online AccessNow customers don't need to wait for their discs in the mail to receive their scanned 126 Slide images. We will upload your images to Google Drive where you can download them to your home computer.
126 Slide 126 Negative Film
A 126 slide is mounted 2"x2" cardboard mount. The film size inside the mount is
28mm x 28mm or
1 1/16" x 1 1/16".
126 Film is also commonly known as instamatic film
126 Negative frames are 28mm x 28mm
or 1 1/16" x 1 1/16"
126 Film is also commonly known as instamatic film
126 Instamatic Film Facts
126 is the number given to a cartridge-based film format used in still photography. It was introduced by Kodak in 1963, and is associated mainly with low-end point-and-shoot cameras, particularly Kodak's own Instamatic series of cameras.
The term "126" was intended to show that instamatic film were 26mm square, using Kodak's common 1xx film numbering system. However the instamatic film image size is actually 28x 28 mm, but usually reduced to approximately 26.5 x 26.5 mm by masking during printing or mounting.
The format was introduced by Kodak under the brand name Kodapak, together with the Instamatic camera. Although the Instamatic name is sometimes treated as synonymous with the 126 format, Kodak also used it on its later 110-format cameras, which they called Pocket Instamatic and on its "M" series 8mm movie cameras.
Sale Ends on April 19
126 Slide Pricing
$0.52 $0.35 Per Slide
$0.55 $0.37 Per Slide
$0.58 $0.39 Per Slide
126 Negative Pricing
$1.03 $0.69 Per Frame
$1.33 $0.89 Per Frame
$1.48 $0.99 Per Frame
We will upload your digital images to your own Google Drive account where you can view, share & download the digital images.
Google Drive Downloads
DVD Video Slideshow
Add a DVD Video Slideshow to your 126 Slide scanning project. Once we have scanned & digitized your 126 Slides & Negatives, we can create a DVD video Slideshow. This DVD Video Slideshow will play on a TV using a DVD player. You can add music and title slides. For more information about our DVD Slideshow offerings.
Scanned in the USA
We would never send your irreplaceable 126 Slides & Negatives outside the country like other companies do. We do all our work right here in Utah. More Info
Processing TimeOur turnaround time is based off our current scanning back-log. Click here to see our current processing times.
Getting StartedGetting your 126 Slide order ready to send in is easy!
126 Slide Prep
126 Negative Prep
Order FormAll you need to do is estimate your quantity of 126 Slides & Negatives & quickly fill out our Order Form. Send your 126 Slides & Negatives in and we will scan them and put them on a CD or DVD.
Best Scanning ServiceWe are proud to say that we are the best scanning service in the USA. We offer high quality scanning services at a low cost. We take pride in our service, in our product and our results.
We service customers from every state in the US and every province in Canada. We ship orders via UPS Express, Ground, and Home Delivery. To find the UPS Ground and Home Delivery transit times click on your state.