16mm Film

Format: 16mm Movie Film

Popular: Eastman Kodak introduced 16mm film in 1923. RCA developed sync sound for 16mm cameras in 1933.


These films contain many precious home movies, but due to the chemical and physically frail nature of film, they can be damaged or degrade over time. The main concerns are physical damage to the film (usually caused by malfunctioning projectors), and full decomposition of the film (sometimes caused by improper storage).

We are well practiced at preserving your memories by transferring them to digital in resolutions up to 5K.  We can also digitize any audio that may exist on the film.  The precious digital files can be further enhanced with colour and contrast correction. Our specialized process will ensure that your valued home movies will last for many decades to come, preserved in digital.

Our Specialized Film Transfer Process

Our archival film scanning process is gentle on your film and scans the film to bring out the best possible image and audio that the latest technology can produce.  The resulting digital video looks and sounds better than it did when it was projected on a screen.

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Check out our 5K Archival Film scanning service and get the best in film scanning.  Contact us today.