Scanning Service: PhotoBin Logo

Company Information:

Company PhotoBin, a division of Z58, Inc
Services Prints
Walk-In Orders Yes
Address 10045 Mesa Rim Rd. – San Diego, CA 92121
Phone (800) 441-3175
International Orders No

Basic Pricing:

Media300 dpi600 dpi
Prepaid "Mini-Box" 1 to 300 photos$69.99 + shipping $108.99 + shipping
Prepaid "Standard" Box 301 to 1000 photos$179.99 + shipping $278.99 + shipping
Prepaid "Bulk" Box More than 1000 photosAs low as 16¢ per scan + shipping. For orders over 1000 photos, call 800-441-3175.

Currently, we scan only 3×5, 4×6 and 5×7 photo prints.”  All photos received exceeding the number of photos selected will be scanned at $.24 per scan (basic 300 dpi) or $.48 per scan (upgraded 600 dpi).

Scanning Process:


With Mini or Standard orders, we ship you a box, packaging material and a pre-paid UPS shipping label.  Orders are returned to you via UPS Ground service with shipment tracking.

Scanning Location:

During the scanning process, your photos never leave the building.

Digitizing Equipment:


Included Corrections:

“At this time we do not offer advanced photo enhancement or restoration services.”

Turnaround Time:

“Depending on how many photos and how many orders in front of yours, it can take anywhere from 2 to 10 business days.”

Unique Benefits:

  • Special Handling – Technicians wear white gloves when handling photos.  Photos are locked in a fireproof safe at night.
  • Online Photo Gallery – Premium Membership site to upload, organize, share and archive your photos.



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One response to “PhotoBin”

  1. Megan says:

    I sent them almost 500 photos to scan dating back to 2000. Most of them were from when I studied abroad in 2003 that I had taken out of photo albums to send in. When I sent them in they were in a specific order so I would know where they were taken. I even put in notecards in between sections (like they had suggested on their website so they’d create separate folders), but they ignored those and just scanned them as if they were pictures. So they showed up on my DVD as photos, but not in any helpful order. This was devastating as it was really difficult to accurately reorganize my photos and identify where pictures were taken. There are multiple photos I can’t figure out. VERY DISAPPOINTING AND FRUSTRATING. I would not recommend them for photo scanning.

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