16mm film was first developed in North America by the Eastman Kodak Company and released for public use in 1923, with the first 16mm sound projector coming out in 1932. This format was primarily used for low-budget movies as well as home movie products for several decades. As production moved away from standard film, so did the need for 16mm film. Though uncommon, 16mm film is still being produced in limited capacities.
If you or your family has any film in boxes or in storage then your film reels are at risk of decay. At Precision Transfers, we understand that your memories on 16mm film are irreplaceable. The staff at Precision Transfers to take care and handling of your 8mm film and transfer the reels to digital.
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