We Can Scan 35mm, Super 35, 35mm half size, 110, and 126 Slides.

To Ensure The Highest Level of Quality, All Your Slides Will Be Individually Transferred By Hand.

Individually Processed

Every slide will be corrected for the effects of time to ensure ideal exposure, focus, color fidelity, cropping, and orientation.

Color Correction

We never run your slides through an automated correction process where a piece of software guesses what the image should look like.  See Samples

Made In The U.S.A

All our media transfers are done in house by our experienced technicians. Your order never leaves our facility until it is ready to be picked up or shipped back to you.

About Our Slide Scanning Service

Slide Formats: 35mm, Super 35, 35mm half size, 110, and 126 Slides

Scanning Process: basic color correction, exposure adjustment and fade restoration

Turnaround Time: 5 – 7 Business Days

Format: Jpeg

Available Output Sources: CD-R (default), USB Drive, or Hard Drive

* You may supply a hard drive or we can provide one for you at an additional charge.

All original material will be returned with your order.

Preserve Your Slides For Generations To Come

All our scans are done individually by hand to ensure the highest level of quality possible. Included in our standard pricing you will receive basic color correction, dust and scratch removal, exposure adjustment and fade restoration. Don’t wait until it is too late and your treasured memories are lost to time!

What Does DPI Stand For?
DPI stands for dots per inch. DPI is used to adjust the amount of detail of the scan when converting your slides to a digital image. The DPI scan relates to the final pixel size of the scanned image.

What Resolution Should I Scan My Slides At?
Scanning your slides at 2000 DPI is good for digital archiving, viewing on a computer and making prints up to 5”x 7”.

Scanning your slides at 4000 DPI is best for digital archiving, viewing on a computer, getting more detail and making prints up to 8”x 10”.

Get Started

Start Scanning Your Slides Today!

Local Drop Off

If you are in the San Diego area you can drop off your order at our office located in Kearny Mesa. Walk ins are welcome, no appointment required!


Ship Us Your Order

If you prefer to ship us your order or are outside the San Diego area you can download our order form and follow the shipping instructions.

Shipping Instructions

Still Have Questions?

One of our customer specialists will be happy to talk with you and answer all your questions.

(858) 292-0818

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2 Different Scanning Resolutions Available

Perfect Image Video understands the importance of preserving your slides to a digital format. With two different scanning resolutions to choose from, experienced technicians and our digital photo enhancing process, we are the best source for converting your slides into beautiful digital memories.

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Slide Color Correction Samples

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Want to get pricing over the phone?  Call (858) 292-0818 Monday through Friday, 8:30AM to 5:00PM PST to speak with a customer representative.

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Slide Scanning FAQs

A CD-Rom of your jpeg images from us is just like having a CD-Rom of jpegs you made with your digital camera. There are no copy protections or restrictions on how you can use the images. You can put them on your computer from the CD-Rom and edit them, email them, print them, or use one as your screensaver.

Sure! We are confident you will be satisfied with the quality of our service.

Sure. If you would rather make your own slideshow movie, you would just need to have some patience, a DVD burner and editing software. Windows Movie Maker and iDVD for the Mac are 2 examples of software that can create slideshow movies from digital files.

Yes, all your slides will be returned to you in the original boxes they were sent in.