The story of 16mm
16mm has made its debut in 1923, as a cheaper version of 35mm film made for amateurs. In 1923 there was a version with sound available, which was a huge boost to its popularity. Many television company and demanding amateurs chose this filmtype and was used widely from World War II until the `60s. Its portability and price was a great advantage over the 35mm film.
One reel will be one menu item on the DVD.
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 £|