Lasergraphics, Inc.Directions & Local Information
20 Ada
Irvine, California 92618

Tel: +1-949-753-8282


Since 1981, Lasergraphics has been at the forefront of film imaging system technology.  Our still-frame high resolution photo and slide film recording systems exceeded the rigorous demands of our customers in the medical, military and digital photography markets.  This, coupled with innovative engineering, exacting levels of quality, and superior service is why we sold over 25,000 still-frame film recording systems.

Beginning in 1999, we focused our expertise onto the digital intermediate market with the introduction of our award-winning Producer line of high-speed, high resolution 35mm motion picture film recording systems.  With the world's fastest film recording speed, intuitive graphical user interface, and integrated color management system, the Producers made DI fast, easy, flawless, and affordable.

Factory floor In 2005, continuing our vision of making DI fast and easy, we introduced The Director motion picture film scanning system with its innovative modular design, precision pin-registered film transport, custom LED light source, and integrated scratch removal system.  Subsequent improvements added 4K resolution, 2D optical pin-registration, and 3-flash high dynamic range scanning of print film.

In 2012, we introduced the ScanStation high-speed motion picture film scanner with its versatile configuration and workstation-centric design.  At 60 fps, the ScanStation is the fastest way to make film available in digital form.

In 2014, we introduced a 5K option for the popular ScanStation making it the highest resolution and fastest film scanner on the market.

In 2015, we introduced the ScanStation Personal, the newest and most affordable member of our internationally renowned family of motion picture film scanners.  Professional quality film scanning is now an affordable solution for all small archives.

In 2016, we completely redesigned our flagship Director film scanner to feature a sprocketless film transport, color and B&W HDR, and the first ever film scanner with 10K resolution. The Director 10K is quite simply the best motion picture film scanner in the world!

In 2017, we modularized many of the ScanStation’s features so that it can be tailored to the specific needs of our end users with only the options required, but also easily upgradeable in the field. And in 2018, we added a 65/70mm option.

The Director 10K and ScanStations are key components in a complete file-based workflow solution and are testaments to the quality, performance, and reliability for which Lasergraphics is well known.

Lasergraphics In The News

Filmmaker unearths historical treasures in home movies

Rick Prelinger produces a film series called “Lost Landscapes”, montages that present city life across 100 years. These portraits tell hidden histories of American cities through the most personal of lenses: home movies. So far, he's presented films about San Francisco, Detroit, Oakland, Los Angeles, and New York. PBS NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Joanne Elgart Jennings reports.


Dailies specialist invests in 65mm film scanner

Film scanner purchase triggered by a “renaissance in celluloid film production”


Vintage film provides Stanford scientists new insights about Antarctica

Applying modern film scanning technology and machine learning to a rare trove of historical airborne radar measurements could provide new insights about how Antarctica’s ice sheets will change in a warming world.


Hollywood Archivists Can’t Outpace Obsolescence

Studios invested heavily in magnetic-tape storage for film archiving but now struggle to keep up with the technology


How we look kilometers below the Antartic ice sheet

Antarctica is a vast and dynamic place, but radar technologies — from World War II-era film to state-of-the-art miniaturized sensors — are enabling scientists to observe and understand changes beneath the continent's ice in unprecedented detail.


Bringing Mildred Pierce Back to Luminous Life

The restoration teams at Warner Bros. and Criterion explain how they captured the silken texture of the nitrate print of Michael Curtiz’s classic noir melodrama.


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