REGULAR CINE 8MM FILM TRANSFERS OXFORDSHIRE UK

Cine Film Transfers 8mm 9.5mm & 16mm Film at Oxford Duplication Centre

8MM CINE FILM TO DVD OR DIGITAL FILE

Regular Cine Film only lasts about 50-70 years

Millions of people around the world shot home video and amateur movies using 8mm film stock during the 20th century, and many professional and amateur cinematographers continue to use 8mm film to this day. 

Regular 8mm Film Regular 8 mm film is the progenitor of most modern film stock. It was developed by Eastman Kodak in the 1930s and served as a less expensive replacement for the previous preferred stock, 16 mm film. Regular 8 was sold in spools containing 16 mm film. 

However, the film had twice as many perforations on its edges and traditional 16 mm film stock. The film passed through cameras twice. On the first pass, the film was exposed along half its width; on the second, the film is flipped and exposed on the other side. When the film is developed, the processor cut it in half, thus resulting in two lengths of 8mm film. 

A picture of a roll of 8mm film Regular 8 mm film cameras typically have a camera aperture size of 3.68 x 4.88mm. The frame area is 17.96 sq. mm and the aspect ratio is 1.33.1. Regular 8mm film has a 16:9 useable frame area of 13.4 sq. mm. The normal frame rate for regular 8mm film is 16fps. Regular 8 was largely discontinued in the 1990s, but some film is still manufactured in the Czech Republic.

CINE FILM PROCESSING FOR 8MM, 9.5MM AND 16MM SPOOLS
Cine Film Transfer Specialists

OUTPUT OPTIONS FOR CORPORATE AND CONSUMER CLIENTS
Our services for 8mm, 9.5mm and Standard 16mm offer clients 2 high quality affordable cine film options: HQ.MOV digital files or MPEG4 viewing files in either HD or SD.

  .MOV files are perfect for video editing, whilst the MPEG4 are ideal digital files for viewing and sharing.   All prices exclude VAT at 20%.

Clients requiring our specialist 2K/4K Blackmagic Cintel 16mm or 35mm Archival Motion Film Scanning, please follow the LINK 

8MM CINE FILM TO DVD OR DIGITAL FILE 1+ 5+ 10+ 25+
50' 18.00 16.25 14.75 13.50
100' 23.50 21.25 19.25 17.50
150' 26.00 23.25 21.00 18.75
200' 29.00 26.25 24.00 21.75
300' 35.00 31.75 29.00 26.25
400' 40.50 37.00 33.50 30.50
500' 46.50 42.25 38.50 35.00
600' 52.25 47.50 43.25 39.25
9.5MM CINE FILM TO DVD OR DIGITAL FILE 1+ 5+ 10+ 25+
50' 29.00 26.25 24.00 21.75
200' 48.25 44.00 40.00 36.25
300' 67.25 61.25 55.50 50.50
16MM CINE FILM TO DVD OR DIGITAL FILE 1+ 5+ 10+ 25+
50' 22.75 20.50 18.75 17.00
100' 31.00 28.25 25.50 23.25
200' 36.75 33.25 30.25 27.50
300' 42.75 38.75 35.25 32.00
400' 48.25 44.00 40.00 36.25
500' 53.75 48.75 44.25 40.25
600' 60.00 54.50 49.50 45.00
800' 65.25 59.25 54.00 49.00
1000' 72.00 65.50 59.50 54.00
1500' 81.25 73.75 67.25 61.00
ADDITIONAL SERVICES
USBS 8.00
BESPOKE ARTWORK, DVD CASE & WRAP 15.00
ADDITIONAL DVD 7.00

OTHER SERVICES WE OFFER

Family Video Tapes

The VHS format is not only out of style, it’s out of date – it’s getting harder and harder to find a VCR in someone’s home, much less on the shelf at Best Buy. Tapes get chewed up, the film gets ripped out by the VCR, and even in perfect condition they only last about 20 years!

Broadcast Tape Transfers

We handle convert a wide range of professional video tapes. These can be encoded to most codecs suitable for your archival requirements.

Our offices are open to clients by appointment Monday to Friday 10am - 3pm

Our office and customer parking is located at the back of our premises behind the large green building attached, opposite Benmead Road.

Contact Us 01865 457000 or email cheryl@oxfordduplicationcentre.com

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