Rediscover & Preserve
Bring Your Old Film to Life Again
The older the media, the more precious and valuable the content can be…and of course, the most vulnerable to deterioration. If you are in possession of film reels, please give extra attention to getting these preserved sooner than later! Here is a quick film history lesson…
As an alternative to the standard 35 mm film for making “real” movies, Eastman Kodak rolled out 16 mm film in 1923 for amateurs. The home/amateur film market really got a boost in the early 1930’s with the release of 8 mm film, which was less expensive and less bulky. This was the standard until the invention of Super8 film in 1965, which had the same size as 8mm, but an improved design allowed for 50% more image. These film format sales were dissolved in the early 90’s.
3-inch reel (50 ft): Please Call
5-inch reel (200 ft): Please Call
7-inch reel (400 ft): Please Call
8mm & Super 8 Film
3-inch reel (50 ft): $45
5-inch reel (200 ft): $75
6-inch reel (300 ft): $100
7-inch reel (400 ft): $125
Additional charges may incur if films are moldy, damaged or have multiple poor splices.