I need to transfer my digital files to 35mm slides and negatives output and other film format output

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Chris, Sep 22, 2004.

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    Chris Guest

    I need to transfer my digital files to 35mm slides and 35mm negatives
    output and other film format outputs? I just bought a Vivitar Vivicam
    3750 3.1 megapixals digital camera couple of weeks ago. I have took
    over 500 GOOD pictures and transfer that to my computer. What is the
    best digital photolabs online so I can transfer my digital files to
    these film outputs listed below.

    35mm black & white negatives output
    35mm color C-41 process negatives output
    35mm E-6 color slide output slide
    35mm black & white slide output
    35mm kodachrome 64 or 200 speed K-14 process slide output

    Is there any digital photolabs that does older film formats output
    from digital files like 110 and 126 color negatives output?


    Chris, Sep 22, 2004
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    Arthur Small Guest

    May I ask WHY?
    Arthur Small, Sep 22, 2004
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    andre Guest

    I guess to stick it into a projector? A slide projector is much cheaper
    and not resolution limited. Much better for photo presentations.

    andre, Sep 23, 2004
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    Phil Wheeler Guest

    There are services that do that, but in the end a digital projector
    would be a good investment. I have one, and building digital slide
    shows (I do many travelogues) is mush easier than fumbling with carosels
    and the like.

    Phil Wheeler, Sep 23, 2004
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    andre Guest

    I disagree. The resolution on digital projectors is very limited (lets
    say max. 1MP for a decent price) while slide projectors are only limited
    by optics. It might not matter on a screen or a small projection area
    but if you are giving presentations in front of a large crowd on a hughe
    screen it makes a difference.

    andre, Sep 25, 2004
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