We sent a reel of film to Yes Video in order to compare the quality of their transfer to our own. They wouldn’t give us a copy of the master video so we had to rip the footage from a DVD. You can see they cut off the edges, didn’t get the aspect ratio right, the color is o
This is rare footage of the amazing Beech-Nut Bus that drove around the country in the 30’s and 40’s promoting Beech-Nut gums and candies. It was virtual circus parade. Transferred from 8mm film at CinePost with Rank Cintel wetgate Telecine
Stunning 8mm film shot at Fort Grenadier in 1954. Digitized on the Rank Cintel Turbo3 Telecine at CinePost. We specialize in archival quality work of precious films. Please consider us for any antique film or video transfer work.
A good 8m starts with a Great Wetgate film transfer. Here we show Before and After example of the fantastic Wetgate film process by CinePost (Atlanta, GA). The top of this film shows film before, it took two passes to get rid of the dirt as seen below. 1942 footage shot somewhere in N
Some beautiful 8mm films from Mark Bing’s Family Film Archive…..50th anniversary of grandparents, and some beautiful Easter dresses with live colored baby chicks for the little misses near the end of the film.