Film roll transfer to DVD/USB
The movie recording on film rolls is available since the 1890`s. This is the longest used film recording method in our history. The 8mm filming became popular in the early 60`s, and was used until the 90`s, when the compact VHS recorders revealed. But 30 years long, 8mm was the only way to record our relatives and family occasions.
Time damages the old films, after digitizing we adjust the colors, and white balance, to restore the original-near colors. An another problem is the incorrect storage. The flexible film is getting more rigid year by year.
-You can store your films in safe, without loss of quality;
-They beacame portable, playabl by any computer, or DVD player;
-You can easily cut, edit, and organize them;
-You can share any of your videos on the internet, and on social websites;
-You can be proud of your foresight:)
|35mm movie format||16mm||16mm with sound||9,5mm||Super8||Super8 with sound||Normal 8mm|
Roll film transfer to DVD, USB
|8mm film roll development with lab equipment||49.9 £ /reel|
|35mm photo roll development with lab equipment||9.9 £ /reel|
|35mm ORWO made photo roll development with lab equipment||24.9 £ /reel|
- With tape cleaning;
- Recording with a custom built projector;
- With color renewal.
(The base price contains 10 minutes of transfer)
|11 minutes cost|
8mm transfer (Super8, N8), one menu item is one roll
|1.39 £ /min||15.29 £|
|4.99 £ /min||54.89 £|
|16mm transfer||4.99 £ /min||54.89 £|
|35mm transfer||9.99 £ /min||109.89 £|