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Digitise your APS films with a free storage device!

Free storage deviceSpring is here! The days are getting longer, the sun is giving off warm light and nature is awakening to new life. Convert APS to digital today so that your favourite memories can also be brought back to life!

We've got a gift for you! Take benefit and you’ll receive a free storage device for your digitised APS formats. The promotion has been extended and is valid until 23/05/2024.

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Price per scan

up to 150 images 35p
151 – 500 images 33p
501 – 1,000 images 29p
from 1,001 images 25p
All prices include legal VAT. Shipping costs will be added. Take notice of our promotion terms here.

We also convert:


Format starting at
Medium-formats (4x4cm to 6x9cm) 84p
Large-formats £2.49
Half-format 33p
Panorama format 84p
Instamatic format 45p
Minox/pocket 45p
Slide strips 11p

Convert APS films:
Your benefits

  • Best-price-guarantee
  • Quality commitments
  • Proven customer satisfaction
  • Professional image-inversion
  • Additional services available
  • APS films on DVD, USB drive or as digital download


Very good communication. Great quality of the digital copy. Quick and efficient

Jerome Attali

Save your APS films from decay

Do you still have old pictures on APS films of special moments with your family? Then you shouldn’t lose any time. Like all old media, APS films won’t last forever. These valueable memories will decrease in quality with time.

Why you should have your APS scannedVerfall von Dias

  • Colour fadings: Fading colours are the first sign of age. Saturation and brilliance will lessen.
  • Colour casts: Material starts to change with time. This leads to colour casts, which means that colours start to shift in a certain direction.
  • Mould: Often APS films are stored in the attic or in the cellar, where they are exposed to temperature fluctuation and and humidity. This causes mould, which attacks the film material.
  • No optimal storage conditions: At 7° degrees room temperature and a humidity of 15% APS films have optimal storage conditions. It’s quite difficult to achieve this conditions in reality.
  • No slide projector: Even if your APS films are in a good condition,  you need a working slide projector and also a suitable projection surface.

If you have your APS films scanned today, you save some valuable moments and avoid further signs of age. Any questions? Our customer service will gladly give you advice!

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Premium-inversion via raw data

Unfortunately, APS films usually show colour casts and contrast changes after a few years. Our raw data inversion enables us to correct these changes in most cases. With the Premium-inversion we maintain all image information. MEDIAFIX provides you with a clear and sharp image that can be easily enlarged. The Premium-inversion is available for only 19p per picture and is only bookable for negatives.

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New possibilities for your APS films

If you convert your APS films, you don’t only save your precious memories. You also have many other possibilities!

  • Share your APS scans with your friends and family in the whole world.
  • Enjoy your scans on TV, tablet or a projector.
  • Duplicate your APS as much as you want: Create several backup copies.
  • Archive the recordings of your and your family’s life like you want to.
  • Design and give away special pictures as a photo gift.
  • Print your shots as a high-quality wall print.

Scan APS films by yourself or have them scanned?

Scan APS by yourself

Scanning APS films by yourself turns out to be quite difficult, since only a few existing gadgets are capable of possibly doing it. A good scanner is expensive (from 500 €) and is only worth it when it is about a large amount of pictures. Cheaper devices only enable low resolutions, which leads to an unsatisfying quality of the scans.
Anyway scanning single pictures is very expensive in time and a professional cleaning not really possible. The process maybe has to be repeated several times, if there is still dirt on the pictures or the image was scanned incorrectly aligned. Also the handling of such scanners is not self-explanatory.

Convert APS films? Your advantages at MEDIAFIX

  • Scan APS films at the market leader
  • Personal advice by phone or e-mail
  • Perfect colours by post-processing at MEDIAFIX
  • APS films on DVD, USB drive or as digital download

It pays off to scan at MEDIAFIX: If you have your APS scanned at MEDIAFIX, you will benefit from the lowest price – this is what we will promise with our best-price-guarantee. We scan APS films starting at 25p. Of course you will get your precious memories back in an excellent image quality.

If you want, you can compare our prices with other scanning providers and convince yourself. You’ll see: MEDIAFIX is the perfect scanning service provider for you, since we use advanced technologies to produce on our own.

Half-format scanning – overview of your benefits:

Price-performance: Best-price-guarantee
Quality: Quality commitments
Advice: By phone or e-mail
Delivery: By post
Formats: All types of frames and magazines
Storage: APS films on DVD, USB drive or as digital download

The APS film

APS FilmeIn 1996 Canon, Fujifilm, Kodak and Minolta and Nikon released the Advanced Photo System, better known as APS film. Unlike other films, the APS film is in a closed cassette. The film is removed only for exposure, development und digitisation. The film has a status indicator on the bottom part of the cassette, which shows 4 different stages: 1 = unexposed, 2 = partially exposed, 3 = fully exposed, 4 = developed. If you want your APS film digitised at MEDIAFIX, the indicator has to show stage 4. Normally APS films were offered with a capacity of 15, 25 or 40 recordings.

Your favourite pictures don’t seem to have it the easy way: They are carried around, are shown to friends and family. This leads to crinkles, tears and spots, which can ruin your pictures. Fortunately you still have the associated negatives as APS films. They will guarantee that you will never lose the old pictures.

Wrong. APS films also have an expiration date. Incorrect storage in the attic or cellar can let the negatives age faster. Colour fadings and mould will occur. Take action now: MEDIAFIX saves your memories and digitises your olds APS films.


What are APS films?

Compared to the common films in the earlier days, the 24mm wide APS films exist with capacities of 15, 25 or 40 recordings and a negative format of 16.7mm x 30.2mm. APS films mostly are negatives.

One big advantage of APS films is that they have optical and magnetic data tracks, that enable data transfer between the camera, film and and the lab. This results in better image quality.

Since we live in a digital world, in which digital cameras and smartphones replaced the analogue photography, the production of APS films was stopped in 2011.


Have APS films developed before digitisation

If you still own APS film cassettes, you should have them developed before digitisation. This is still possible in drug stores and photography shops. We will afterwards convert your analogue pictures to digital. Of course we will invert your negatives.


We also digitise these formats for you

Format Characteristics Price per picture
· the most common slide format

· it is called 35mm because of its width

from 17p
(4×4 to 6x9cm)
· higher resolution and image quality than 35mm

· popular for professional photographers

from 84p
(9×12 to 30x40cm)
· best possible image quality

· professional standard, especially in architectural photography

from £2.49
(24×24 or 18x24cm)
· the same film as 35mm

· exposed in the classic silent film format 18x24mm

· extended by Agfa to 24x24mm

from 33p
Minox and Pocket (8×11 or 13x17mm) · exotic formats

· in most cases low image quality

from 45p
· easier insert into the camera

· very popular due to its square format

from 45p
Panoramaformat (24x60mm) · increased viewing angle

· significantly more image content

· particularly popular in landscape photography

from 84p


Scan your APS films now!