8mm and Super 8 formats were popular from late 1940’s to late 1980’s. Many Australians have a legacy of Super 8 and standard 8 cinefilm at home. Some Super 8 film have a magnetic sound strip and havesound recorded. It could have been recorded either during the actual shooting or added later in a form of background music and voiceovers.
If you have the cartridge, like pictured above, it means that your film is either not developed or perhaps not filmed at all. Developed film comes on reels that vary in size. From tiny 50 footers to large 600ft reels. The samllest reel (50ft) is pictured below, it’s running time in 16 fps speed is only 3 minutes 20 seconds:
National Video Centre can convert all types of 8mm film, both silent and sound into digital format.
The prices for 8mm film conversion depend on the size of the reel. Please give us a call on 02-62510088 to get an obligation free quote.
Don’t delay – call us on (02) 6251 0088 or send your enquiry to us right now, using the form below:
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