The original film could be a bit like this, years of dust, cigarette smoke, chemicals left over from the developing process, and fingerprints. From 1968, an 8mm film of American Special Forces outfit in Vietnam. The RAF engineer who filmed it was recovering a British aircraft from a remote airstrip in South East Vietnam.
We first clean your film and lubricate the surface with specialised film cleaning liquid to make it less brittle. Our scanners can capture what the camera saw, which is often a wider image than the projector would allow you to see. We then work on your film in post-production to colour correct the film where possible and digitally clean up the image. We can also add a soundtrack to the film if needed.
This is a clients film that was shot in Paris during the 1960's
A family day out at the zoo, childhood fun to be enjoyed all over again
This is a short film explaining how we copy your 8mm family films to digital
Time to place your orders for 8mm films to DVD if you would like to have them ready for Christmas as fantastic surprise presents for family.
We digitise family films, 8mm & Super 8mm by scanning. Have a look at our sample transfers and read what our customers say about our service. Our price list can also be found here.
The era of tapes is winding down, and after three decades there is a lot of video content to transfer for modern playback devices. What’s more, any video stored on magnetic tape (such as VHS, Video8, and Hi8) has a limited life span and is now degrading with time and age.
When was the last time you looked at your old photos and slides? Chances are they are packed away in boxes where they are hard to enjoy. We scan your photos at 300 dpi which will allow you to print to double the size of the original print with virtually no loss of quality.
The era of tapes is winding down, and after three decades there is a lot of video content to transfer for modern playback devices. What’s more, any video stored on magnetic tape (such as VHS, Video8, and Hi8) has a limited life span.
Placing an order with us is very straight forward, and you will receive instructions via email on where to send your films. Just enter the quantity of each media type you have. The cost will then be displayed and you can then add your details and place your order.
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