Back in the late 40's and early 50's, Eastman-Kodak created the 8mm movie film format for the North American post-war baby-boom and what an explosion it was! After the film was exposed it was quickly boxed up and mailed to Kodak for processing. A few weeks later, the film would arrive and the family got together, set up the projector and laughed at all the crazy performances and family past moments and for extra fun, the projector could play in reverse; nobody could resist a good laugh!
Times have changed, the projector stopped working; the bulb’s probably burnt out and irreplaceable.
|Transferred either to DVD (TV Playback) or Video files (MPEG, MP4, AVI)|
|8mm / Super8mm film (no sound)||30c per foot|
|Super8 film (with sound)||40c per foot|
|16mm film||50c per foot|
|Additional DVD copies (labelled in case)||$10.00 each|
|Background music||$5.00 per song|
|Custom editing||$80 per hour|
|Titles and captions||$5 per caption|
We strongly recommend that the film reels are numbered in chronological order if possible so they are embedded on the DVD in correct sequence.
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