Reconditioning 8Mm Film Reels For Optimal Digital Transfer

Have you cleaned your attic, basement or closet and found boxes of old home movies and pictures? If so, then you’re not alone! In fact, many folks have actually come across 16mm movies from the 1930s and 1940s.

Back when you were getting advice with your home camera Transfer 8mm Film to DVD from Kodak, the advice they gave was to count to 7 and shut the shot down. They advised against lots of jerky short clips. While that was in a slower and more graceful period of time, it’s still a rule to seriously consider. Tightly edited sales pitches, action packed movie clips and music videos may demand one to three second clips, but this is too fast for general family footage. We find that when people put photographs together in a video presentation, six seconds for each photo is about the right time.

The 35mm film, on the other hand, is the basic film gauge used for chemical still photography and motion pictures. It was first introduced to the market in 1892. Photo cameras of the old times used film. Perhaps you may have 35mm films of still photos in your possession that you wish you saved.

Push the “take” button to stop rolling tape when you realize you are about to lose stability. You’d be surprised how many shots run until the cameraman bumps into something, loses concentration or literally falls off a step.

You will need to get yourself a good editor. An editor is a basically a hand operated projector with rewinds for your spools, a view screen, and a splicer. You run your film through the viewer, you cut the parts you don’t want, and glue together the parts you do want. In the 50’s, the Mansfield company made thousands of editors, splicers, glue and other tools for the movie maker. Even Sears and Montgomery Ward got in on the movie madness of the 70’s and made several really good, and inexpensive editors and movie cameras. These are still around and can be found at eBay for a very reasonable price.

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