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#1 Photo, Negative, Slide Scanning and VHS to DVD Conversion

5,946,736 images scanned

FAQ - Quality

 

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    How do you ensure the quality of scans?

    At ScanCorner we use high-end, industry best scanning tools to scan the images. All the images are scanned by hand. Post scanning all images are cross checked for any quality issues and if any image isn’t upto our standards, we do the manual processing again and all images go through a final review before uploading on to the site. At Scan Corner, we strongly believe in doing our best, the first time!! 

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    What is DPI?

    Dots per inch (DPI) is a measure of spatial printing or video dot density. It indicates the number of individual dots that can be placed in a line within the span of 1inch (2.54 cm). The DPI value usually correlates with image resolution, but is related only indirectly.

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    How much does 3000 DPI correspond to in terms of Pixels?

    In our standard service we scan at a resolution of 3000 DPI. Usually a 3000 dpi pictures is equivalent to 9 megapixel photograph with image size of 2625x3900pixel, approx size in MB is 12 for JPEG and 31MB for TIFF files. If you want to get a print of the same in 300dpi, the short side will be 9 inches.

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    What are the various resolutions you scan images at?

    As part of standard scanning, negatives and slides are scanned @3000 DPI, Glass Slides @1200 DPI, medium formats are scanned @1200 DPI, large formats @600 DPI and @300 DPI, Instamatics @3000DPI, while printed photos are scanned @600 DPI.

    We shall also do 4000 DPI TIFF scan based on special request. If you want such customized service, please send us an email at info@scancorner.co.uk 

  • +
    What is DPI?

    Dots per inch (DPI) is a measure of spatial printing or video dot density. It indicates the number of individual dots that can be placed in a line within the span of 1inch (2.54 cm). The DPI value usually correlates with image resolution, but is related only indirectly.

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    How much does 3000 DPI correspond to in terms of Pixels?

     In our standard service we scan at a resolution of 3000 DPI. Usually a 3000 dpi pictures is equivalent to 9 megapixel photograph with image size of 2625x3900pixel, approx size in MB is 12 for JPEG and 31MB for TIFF files. If you want to get a print of the same in 300dpi, the short side will be 9 inches.

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    What are the various resolutions you scan images at?


    As part of standard scanning, negatives and slides are scanned @3000 DPI, Glass Slides @1200 DPI, medium formats are scanned @1200 DPI, large formats @600 DPI and @300 DPI, Instamatics @3000DPI, while printed photos are scanned @600 DPI.

    We shall also do 4000 DPI TIFF scan based on special request. If you want such customized service, please send us an email at info@scancorner.com.au