16mm film transfer

16mm Film Transfer

Can we do a 16mm film transfer? Let’s take a moment to Ask Ashley!



16mm Film

By now, it’s pretty well known that we are ready, willing and able to transfer your VHS tapes, Betamax, 16mm film transfer8mm film and slides. But what about 16mm film? 16mm film is far more rare to come by. 16mm film cameras have been available to the general public since 1923. They did not immediately become popular, however, due to the price. 16mm film and cameras were expensive! In fact, the price has always been a hindrance to 16mm film. With the introduction of 8mm film, 16mm was pretty much left behind. 8mm was more affordable, easy to use and less cumbersome. With that being said, that doesn’t mean 16mm vanished! Many families who invested in the cameras went on to use them for many years!


16mm Film Transfer

So do you have reels of 16mm film? As it gets harder and harder to find working film projectors, now is the time to transfer your film. When you bring in your film, first we inspect the reels for any signs of damage. Then, we clean your film to get the best possible transfer. If needed, we add new leads to the beginning and end of your film. Finally we transfer your film to a new format. A 16mm film transfer is a great way to save your precious memories as well as share them with new generations. We can convert your films to DVD or MP4 so you can easily store and share your films.

Worried about losing your films? You can rest assured that your family movies are safe with us. All of our work is done right here in Jacksonville, therefore, you never have to worry about your items getting lost in the mail. To learn more about all of the different types of media we can transfer, please visit our website here.

If you are ready to transfer your film, give us a call at (904) 730-9999 or stop by for a chat. We look forward to working with you!

Easy Edit Video

8431 Baymeadows Way

Jacksonville, FL 32256

(904) 730-9999

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