8MM Cine Film

 

 

 8MM Cine Film

Regular 8 cine film often referred to as Standard 8 first evolve in the early 1930s as an alternative to the more expensive 16mm film. Being somewhat cheaper that the aforementioned, made it more affordable to the ordinary person and throughout the 1930s, 40s and 50s film sales were on the up. The filming of holidays and events such as weddings became the norm as mile of film passed through cine cameras. By the mid 1960s, the Super 8 film was introduced and supplied in cartridge form, thus making it much easier for the amateur film maker to produce family masterpieces. Family nights were spent watching back the recordings, cast onto a large screen via a projector, in a darkened room. Many of these old gems sit in lofts and cupboards hidden away, awaiting the chance to be seen again. With our cine film to DVD service, we can unlock those memories and give them a new lease of life. Films are transferred using dedicated scanners to capture the images (frame by frame scanning). Silent films come with royalty free music as standard.

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For any questions about converting 8mm tapes, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us at DVD Creation on

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