16mm Film Transfer To Digital
The Eastman Kodak Company developed 16mm film in North America first and released it for public use in 1923, with the first sound projector coming out in 1932. For several decades, this format was primarily used for low-budget movies and home movies. As production moved away from standard film, so did the need for 16mm film. There are still limited production capacities for 16mm film, despite its rarity.
Keeping film reels in boxes or storing them in storage puts them at risk of decay. Precision Transfers understands the value of preserving your precious 16mm memories. Our staff at Precision Transfers will handle your 16mm film and transfer the reels to digital.
Would you like to know more about our process for converting regular 16mm film to digital? You can find more information about the process here.
We are the industry leader in professional and consumer video conversion and transfer because of our expertise in video imaging and our use of the latest broadcast transfer technology.
Please contact us today to learn more about our video-to-digital services.
Over time, VHS, DV, VHD, Hi-8, and DVD tapes will degrade when stored. Don’t let your home movies go to waste.
By converting your old legacy videotapes to digital format, you can enjoy them for generations to come.
Interested in our process? Find out how it works.