Storage Lowers Prices for Photo Scans

April 8, 2019

By Greg Scoblete | Pexels

Digitizing a photo archive isn’t everyone’s idea of a good time (though if it is, you do you).

The mail-in scanning service has just permanently lowered the prices of its service to kick-start some photographic spring cleaning. It has brought the price of a 150 dpi print scan to 1 cent per image, with a $40 minimum ordering fee.

Rates have also permanently fallen by 50 percent on 300 and 600 dpi photo print scans, which are now  8 and 16 cents per image, respectively.

If you spring for the 1-cent scans, you can digitize up to 10,000 images in sizes ranging from 3 x 3 to 8 x 10 inches. Digital images are burned to a DVD. There are also options to get images returned on a USB drive.

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