Super 8mm Film Transfer To Digital
For the first time in North America, Eastman Kodak Company developed Super 8mm film in 1932. Compared to 16mm film, these formats were more cost-effective. In the late 1980s, due to the increased popularity of VHS tapes, this format was discontinued due to the growth of the VHS market.
When film reels are stored in boxes or in storage, they are at risk of decaying. We at Precision Transfers understand that the memories you have captured on 8mm film are irreplaceable and cannot be replaced. We will take good care of your 8mm film at Precision Transfers. Additionally, they will convert the reels to a digital format so you don’t have to worry.
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We can also transfer all of your old VHS and VHS-C videotapes to digital formats so they can be enjoyed by you and future generations to come.
The tape format itself will degrade over time if you store old VHS or VHS-C tapes. It is critical to act before it’s too late to save your home movies.
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