Cine film transfer

8mm and 16mm cine film transfer

8mm cine film transfer Apple Pro res

Just some of the Large amount of 16mm and 8mm cine film transfer to Apple Pro Res. To be completed by Video Image Productions

We are at present transferring a large amount of 16mm and 8mm film to Apple PRO Res HD video files.

This means that are turnaround time for our cine film transfer, at present is 2 weeks.

Please remember that we can fit in smaller jobs between this job if necessary.



Super 8 film developing

Super 8 film developing.

Super 8 film developing

Picture above of my Canon 814 XL-S super 8 movie camera. One of the best Super 8mm cameras ever produced.

Truth be know I have had these Kodak cine films laying around the studio for quite some time. I suppose its a bit like a car mechanic who never does any work on his own car.

Kodak super 8.

buying super 8 film

The 3 films that I need to get developed comprise of 2 Kodak 100d films and one 64T. The T standing for Tungsten corrected and the D on the 100D film meaning daylight corrected film.

Positive film stock.

Unfortunately Kodak no longer produce these 2 film types. Positive film stock is similar to slide film producing a positive print on the film.

Kodak now only produce negative super 8 film stock. These Include the following.

KODAK VISION3 50D Color Negative Film 7203 / 50 ft Super 8 Cartridge, Catalog # 1738053.

KODAK VISION3 500T Color Negative Film 7219 / 50 ft Super 8 Cartridge, Catalog # 8955346.

KODAK VISION3 200T Color Negative Film 7213 / 50 ft Super 8 Cartridge, Catalog # 1380765

Super 8 film developing for my 3 positive films is an E6 process. which is the same as 35mm slide film processing.

Once my films have been developed. I shall be scanning them at Full HD resolution using our custom built 8mm cine film scanners to Apple Pro Res 4:2:2. This can also be transferred to MPEG 4 or AVI for viewing or editing on a Windows PC computer.

I look forward to showing the video results on this Blog and my youtube and Vimeo channel in the near future.

Please remember there is nothing like film.