Quality Options


  • DPI stands for Dot Per Inch. 300 dpi is 300 dots per inch and 600 dpi is 600 dots per inch.

  • DPI is about resolution. The high the resolution (DPIs) the better the quality. 600 dpi has a better result in comparison to 300 dpi.

  • 600 dpi scans will provide as much detail as possible but will result in a larger file.

  • 600 dpi is best for creating new prints, enlargements and digital photo books. 600 dpi will allow you to double the size of a photo (for printing) without loosing detail. No additional detail is added.

Slides and Negatives

  • Slides and Negatives are scanned at 4800 dpi.  

See for Yourself

Time Box Photo Scanning Service