Do you have rolls of negative film sitting at home in canisters or boxes? It's finally time to dig them up and save them forever. Introducing FilmBox, the best solution for scanning film negatives.

FilmBox brings your old negatives out of storage and into the digital world. It's so easy and the feeling of seeing those old memories again is worth every scanning second.

Bring hidden treasures to light

With FilmBox, scanning and saving your memories on negative film is possible all from the comfort of your smartphone.

To get started, all you need is your phone, your negatives, and a bright backlight source. Don't worry - there's no reason for any fancy equipment such as a light table. Any bright light source will do. Simply open up a white screen on your computer or tablet. We've got you covered.

Once the backlight is set, hold your film between the camera and the backlight and prepare to scan the image. Press the capture button and watch as the app reverts the image from a negative to a negative so you can see the full color in the image.

For improved comfort, you can use the voice command option to scan your film. Instead of pressing the capture button while holding your phone in one hand and film in the other, hit the voice command button in the bottom left corner. All it takes is a simple "Go!" to scan each photo.

Not only does FilmBox color-correct the image from a negative to a positive, but the app's AI also auto-detects, auto-crops, and auto-rotates your memories so you don't have to. Prefer to crop it yourself? You can adjust the cropping to your own tastes.

Now that your negatives are scanned and safely saved, you're free to show off all of your recently discovered memories with friends and family.

Your first few scans are free. If you wish to scan more, you can purchase an in-app subscription plan. Try it today!

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