Do you have 16mm film? Learn more about this medium in our latest episode of Ask Ashley!
In the world of home movies, 16mm cameras were one of the most high-end cameras you could purchase. Introduced in the 1920’s by the Eastman Kodak Company, this film format has been used for nearly 100 years! Although 16mm was popular, it lost some of it’s esteem with the introduction of the 8mm and super8 cameras. However, many families still preferred 16mm and continued using their cameras for decades.
For nearly 25 years, Easy Edit Video has offered 16mm film transfers. We are sad to say that September 29th, 2017 will be the last day we can take these orders. Our film tech, after working with us for over a decade, is retiring from the film transfer business. We are so happy for Bill and we wish him the best! In light of his retirement, we have decided to suspend this service. Here at Easy Edit Video, we provide only the highest quality of service and we know that there is no way we could ever match the experience and expertise of Bill.
Bring In Your Film Today
If you have 16mm film, do not worry, you still have time! Bring us your film by September 29th, 2017 and we will transfer it to DVD or MP4. Rest assured that you will still receive the excellent service you have come to expect from us. We will inspect your film first, then clean it. We will then add new leads to it and make sprocket hole repairs as needed. Finally, we capture your film and transfer it DVD or MP4. Remember, we are still offering our 8mm film transfer services as well as VHS transfers! So get your film to us by September 29th, 2017 so you can be sure to save your memories! Give us a call or use our contact page here.
Esay Edit Video
8431 Baymeadows Way
Jacksonville, FL 32256
Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm