Photo Scanning Service
- Includes welcome guide with instructions, barcodes to tag your items, shipping box, pre-paid UPS® return shipping label and all digitizing.
- All formats are carefully digitized by hand, right here in the United States.
- Receive regular email updates throughout the whole process.
- Approximately 10 - 12 week turnaround once we receive your KODAK Digitizing Box.
- Each KODAK Digitizing Box is good for up to the number items specified in the size selector section.
- Includes extra safety barcodes in case you have more media you'd like digitized. We'll invoice you for any add-ons once we receive your media.
- Includes complimentary Digital Download access to your files for 30 days.
Need physical copies? (optional)
Includes digital download access for 30 days
Perfect for computer
Perfect for computer
Includes digital download
The same classic mail-in model
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Hundreds of years of historyGet Started
Hundreds of years of history
Quality runs in our DNA
Since 1888 Kodak has continued to invent and revolutionize photography and motion pictures. That historic tradition continues with the KODAK Digitizing Box. Following in the footsteps of millions who trusted Kodak to develop their film by mail, KODAK Digitizing Box offers mail-in digitizing for all brands of videotapes, film reels, slides, and printed photographs.Get Started
We bring your
memories to life.
Fill your KODAK Digitizing Box with any brand of tapes, photos, film reels and audio. Every item will then be digitized by hand in our state-of-the-art facility located right here in the USA.Shop Now
Your Old Photo Album, Digitized
Preserving your past, one #TBT at a time
Over the last century, KODAK has seen it all when it comes to photos because they've helped evolve the process from the very beginning.
When George Eastman founded KODAK back in 1888, he had a devotion to make “photography as convenient as the pencil.” Today, he’d love to see the milestones in photography and digital imaging they've made, in large part thanks to his vision. In today’s digital age, photography isn’t just more convenient than the pencil, it’s exceeded the power of the pen because nearly everyone has a camera and access to thousands of peers right in their pockets.
KODAK has not only seen several revolutions in photography – they’ve lead them with our fair share of imaging inventions; everything from producing the first camera film in 1883 and consumer camera in 1888 to being the first camera on the moon and developing the first digital camera in 1975. That’s a lot of film firsts, and no matter what you do to prevent the inevitable, your film will have unfortunately have a last. And if it’s not because of water damage from leaky basement storage, then it’s just a race against the clock.
Right now, you’re sitting on a glory day gold mine. A relic of what once was. The closest technology we have to traveling back in time. The only problem is, that treasure trove of throwback family photos is slowly (but surely) fading with every breath of father time.
But that’s where KODAK Digitizing Box can help. Introducing picture digitization.
With the KODAK Digitizing Box, you can take that old shoe box full of negatives, your dust-covered photo albums, those framed hanging masterpieces – even your scrapbook favorites – and convert them to digital formats so your glory days can to live on for generations to come. And if you’re worried about just handing over your precious photo cargo, remember that KODAK Digitizing Box will keep you updated through the entire process. With updated emails, you’ll know exactly what digitizing step your precious memories are experiencing.
Every photograph sent is covered by a pre-paid roundtrip KODAK Digitizing Box where upon arrival it will be personally scanned, restored and digitized in a reputable facility by pro technicians who handle your priceless pictures with the utmost care. And when it's all done, you’ll get your old photos back along with their new and safer storage place – a DVD, thumb drive and/or cloud access.
Are you ready to transform your photo mound into a collection you won’t store on the top of your desk, but rather your desktop?