Digitize Slides Service Just A $29 Deposit

Your slides and film negatives are precious memories and it’s time to update them to new digital media.

Send in your slides to Memory Fortress now and our slide digitizing service will transfer them to DVD, USB flash drive, and/or Dropbox (cloud delivery).

For as little as $29 you can start your order today!

Learn more about our slide scanning services and our simple process below.

Digitize Slides & Negatives

Digitizing Old Photos And Slides

There Are Many Slide Formats

and we can digitize all of them, because …

Our passion is slide scanning.

You find them in many ways

  • You have loose slides
  • You have slides in carousels
  • You have slides in long trays
  • You have slides in small boxes

And it’s the same low price to digitize slides across the website.

126 Slide Conversion

 126 slide

35Mm Slide Conversion
Slide 110

110 slide

35Mm Half Frame

35mm half frame

127 Super Slide Conversion

127 slide

Super 35Mm Slide Conversion

Digitizing Slides, Old Photos & Negatives

You have found the online home of our world-class slide scanning service!

You have the slides and may not have the projector anymore.

Worry not!  We have the professionals, the equipment, and the attention to detail to digitize slides for you.

Want them on a disk? Our slide digitizing slides service works to convert slides to DVDs as well as organizing them carefully on a USB flash drive.

Keep reading for more detail.

Prices and Devices

Pricing for Processing:

  • 1-500 slides – 49 cents each
  • 501-1,000 slides – 48 cents each
  • 1,001-2,000 slides – 47 cents each
  • 2,001-3,000 slides – 46 cents each
  • 3,001-5,000 slides – 45 cents each
  • over 5,000 slides – 44 cents each

Additional notes:

  • There is no difference in price between formats.
  • Orders under 4,000 slides should take 1 week.
  • 10 cents per slide removal fee if slides are in metal brackets.
  • The $99 minimum order size applies to slide scanning also!

Delivery Options:

  • DVDs – one DVD should be enough space to hold all of your digital slides.
  • USB flash drives – 90% of our customers choose this option.  No limits on space.
  • External hard drives – You probably wouldn’t need these unless you were combining slides with a large video order.
  • Dropbox – Also a great option for customers with larger quantities.
  • Digital format – All digital files you receive will be .jpg format. TIFF format is also an option (please ask).

Delivery Pricing:

  • DVDs – no additional charge.
  • Additional DVDs – $9 per DVD for the 2nd and all subsequent copies.
  • USB flash drives – same as on the Pricing Grid (8GB=$12, 16GB=$20, 32GB=$33, 64GB=$45, 128GB=$65, 256GB=$85), all fully loaded.
  • External hard drives – $145 for a fully loaded 1TB Seagate external drive. Custom pricing on drives greater than 1TB.
  • Dropbox  $10 flat charge.  Dropbox link is active for 14 days after you pay.

Bill F. – “ I was extremely pleased with Memory Fortress.  I had about 500 old slides from the 70s, 80s, and 90s that my parents had taken and were nearly destroyed by water from a broken pipe in my basement.  Memory Fortress digitized them all and now I have them both on my home PC and backed up in the cloud so they are preserved for the future.  Memory Fortress did a great job and completed everything they said they would do.”

Additional Details

When was the last time you pulled out your slide projector to view your old slides? We already know the answer odds are that it was before 1985. 

There was a time when the slide projector and slide carousels seemed poised to take over the world. 

Granted, their heyday was the 1950s through the mid-1970s, after which other forms of media began to render slides obsolete. 

But Kodak continued making the carousel projector through October 2004. 

This means that tens of millions of households still have their slide projectors and slide carousels. Like photographs, slides are prone to deterioration after some time.

Customers who have large quantities of photographs and slides gravitate towards digitizing the photos, but not the slides. 

Historically, there wasn’t a right way to digitize slides

Either it was too expensive, or digitizing slide services didn’t want to purchase the equipment required. 

(That’s still the case; try getting anyone else to digitize slides for less than 50 cents per slide on a regular order!) 

We’ve changed all that. However, our slide digitizing service staff has worked hard to get our processes efficient enough to bring you super high quality at a fair price and fast turnaround time.

How We Digitize Your Memories

Memory Fortress wants all of your slides. Customers with large quantities of slides tend to be older citizens, and they have a particular problem. Their younger family members are usually unaware of the thousands of slides stashed away around the house. 

Those memories are at least as valuable as the ones in the albums and shoeboxes!

Our slide digitizing service staff will take the same care with your slides as we do with your photographs.

The technology is slightly different, but the result is the same.

We digitally crop the edges of each slide, just a hair to give them all a nice clean edge, which wasn’t possible 50 years ago. 

Of course, we will automatically rotate any slides that we receive that are obviously upside down or backward. 

You will receive a beautiful collection of digitized images on your flash drives and DVDs, as well as all of your slides, packaged in the same way as we received them.

If you choose to distribute them to loved ones as well, they won’t even know that the images they are viewing were once slides, not photographs! Slides are scanned at 4,000 dpi.

Click here to learn all about our negative scanning services.

We digitize slides right here at our facility in metro Atlanta, processed by US citizens.

2180 Satellite Blvd Suite 400 Duluth, GA 30097
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday, Sundayclosed

Local Atlanta walk-in customers MUST have an appointment for prompt service. This applies to both dropping off materials, and picking up materials as well.