Passport Photos

By: Hanafins Camera And Video  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Photos

Available at all our stores, Hanafins can handle your passport and ID photo needs. We can take passport photos for all nationalities, print ID photos at all common sizes and provide immigration photos too. We charge $19.99 for a set of 8 images and all our passport photos are guaranteed.

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

Keywords: Photos

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Specialty Services Hanafins Photo and Video

We turn your boxes of treasured photos, slides or negatives into archived digital images for easy sharing, re-printing and storage.Simply send your photos, slides, or negatives to Hanafins, and our trained photo technicians carefully scan your images with state of the art equipment, and copy them onto CD or DVD.


Products Hanafins Photo and Video

Effective pixel count of 12-million pixels and a 3.6× optical zoom NIKKOR lens. The Nikon L22 is a great first digital camera, at a great price. Easy Auto mode for simple operation. Blue, Champagne Silver, Black, Red.


Canvas Prints

You may choose to either have your image wrapped completely around the edges of the frame, or printed with black or white edges. Negative or digital image into one of our stores and our staff will help you turn it into a wonderful display piece. Have your photo turned into a professional quality canvas print.


Shoebox Scanning

Simply send your photos, slides, or negatives to Digital Imaging Lab, where our trained photo technicians carefully scan your images with state-of-the-art equipment. The uncompressed TIFF files are much larger than JPG files as they contain more information about the image whereas the JPEG is easier to use for most applications.


Video Transfers

If properly cared for a DVD will last over 100 years and the quality will be as good on the 100th year as it is the first time you watch it. Have you got precious home movies on video that you would like to preserve for your children and grand-children. Those tapes are rapidly deteriorating and the equipment needed to play them is becoming obsolete. Wouldn’t it be nice to view them again and share those happy times with family and friends.