Superb transfer of 16mm cine film to HD digital, DVD and Blu-Ray.
At Rutland Productions we use the best hardware and software to ensure that your cine film transfers to HD digital, DVD or Blu-Ray as cleanly as possible.
Even before your 16mm film enters our MWA 16mm Flashscan production stage, we begin the process of making it look better. We hand inspect and repair damaged sections of cine film to create a seamless transfer from reel of film to digital product. We will create a real cinematic experience from your old cine film home movies.
Unlike some other film transfer services, we do not damage your film in the transfer process, so you get your original 16mm film back in as good a condition as you sent it to us, along with the HD digital, DVD or Blu-Ray containing the material we have transferred. Plus, we always add our professional expertise, gained from more than 35 years’ creative experience.
So, to summarise, our 16mm cine film transfer process is safe. It does not damage your film. Your project is handled with the utmost care throughout the transfer process and on completion all the original cine film, along with the finished 16mm cine film production is returned to you.
Costs for 16mm cine film transfer to HD digital, DVD and Blu-Ray
£15 per reel (Approximately 2 minutes)
£22 per reel (Approximately 4 minutes)
£28 per reel (Approximately 6 minutes)
£36 per reel (Approximately 8 minutes)
£44 per reel (Approximately 10 minutes)
£54 per reel (Approximately 12 minutes)
£70 per reel (Approximately 15 minutes)
£85 per reel (Approximately 20 minutes)
£98 per reel (Approximately 25 minutes)
£130 per reel (Approximately 30 minutes)
£155 per reel (Approximately 40 minutes)
£180 per reel (Approximately 48 minutes)
£210 per reel (Approximately 55 minutes)
£220 per reel (Approximately 60 minutes)
£240 per reel (Approximately 70 minutes)
Additional disk copies cost £10 each.
Please note that we have a minimum charge on each order of £40.00, plus P&P at £10.00.
Digital films are supplied as 1080HD AVI and 1080HD MP4 files saved on either a USB memory stick or an external hard-drive device, supplied either by yourself or purchased on your behalf.