Regular 8mm Film Transfer To Digital
Film reels kept in storage or boxes are at risk of decay. With Precision Transfers, your precious memories can always be preserved by converting your regular 8mm film reels into digital.
In 1932, Eastman Kodak introduced regular 8mm film to North America. Compared to 16mm film, these formats were more cost-effective to produce and distribute. This format enjoyed a great deal of popularity for many years. Due to the growing market for VHS tapes, they were eventually discontinued in the late 1980s.
Would you like to know more about our process for converting regular 8mm 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.