Imacon / Hasselblad 646 Virtual Drum Scanner

Imacon / Hasselblad 646 Virtual Drum Scanner

Jon Paul with an 8ft print produced from a scan on his Imacon / Hasselblad virtual drum scanner.

Jon Paul with an 8ft print produced from a scan on his
Imacon / Hasselblad virtual drum scanner.

Jon Paul holding a 40x50 inch aluminum print with a 20x60 inch aluminum print hanging behind him. These were produced from scans of one 4x5 inch black & white negative and one 6x17cm color transparency, both on the Imacon / Hasselblad 646 virtual drum scanner.

Jon Paul holding a 40x50 inch aluminum print with a 20x60 inch aluminum print hanging behind him. These were produced from scans of one 4x5 inch black & white negative and one 6x17cm color transparency, both on the Imacon / Hasselblad 646 virtual drum scanner.

Film Scanning

Over a decade ago I became disillusioned with the quality of film scans I was receiving from my professional photo lab. That prompted me to invest in a very high end scanner to do the job right. My career depended on it. Since that time I have produced all of my scans for film up to 4x10 inches. The prints I have produced from those scans have been shipped to all 50 U.S. states and 50 countries around the world.

With the current resurgence of film photography, and the ensuing questions I am receiving regarding film scanning, I have decided to offer high quality, affordable scanning to my followers. Below is a list of scan sizes and prices for a range of film sizes. Please contact me directly to arrange your first film scanning order.

Scanning chart
Jon Paul with a newly hung 40x50 inch print in a collectors lakefront home. Jon scanned the 4x5 inch transparency on his Imacon / Hasselblad 646 virtual drum scanner.

Jon Paul with a newly hung 40x50 inch print in a collectors lakefront home. Jon scanned the 4x5 inch transparency on his
Imacon / Hasselblad 646 virtual drum scanner.