How long do 8mm or 16mm films last? While the precise answer is quite subjective, but under ideal storage conditions, expect the film to last for around 70 years. But again, there is no guarantee to that.
Do you have a box of the old 8mm, super 8 & 16mm Film that you would LOVE to be able to preserve and watch again?
We can transfer that old film to DVD!
100 ft minimum transferred to DVD. If no sound, free music included.
Bring in your reels for a quote.
DID YOU KNOW….
Research indicates that magnetic tapes (like VHS, VHS-C, etc.) stored well, will experience 10-20% signal loss, purely from magnetic remanence decay, after 10-25 years. While losing 20% is not losing the the entire picture, it may well be the difference between enjoying a memory and simply displaying it. So the sooner your video tapes are digitized, the more signal can be preserved.
Do you have old VHS, VHS-C, 8mm video, Mini DV, DVD or Beta Tapes that need to be preserved?
We can transfer those to DVD also!
Bring your tapes in for a quote.