Transfer to Digital offers at affordable rates for 16mm to digital conversion service. We can convert and transfer your 16mm and Super16 film reels to digital files or DVD/Blu-ray discs using a variety of methods. In the 1920s, Kodak created the 16mm size film as a less expensive alternative to 35mm film. It was first targeted at educational and industrial institutions. The medium was the first consumer-level film format to be completely non-flammable, a concern that plagued the 35mm nitrate, which tended to overheat during playback. With the launch of the Kodascope Library, Kodak was able to attract to a huge segment of the home-movie market, while its economic properties made it a wise choice for industrial enterprises whose training and instructional videos would be found only on the format. The 16mm width of this film format sets it apart right away. Early copies of the book included perforations on both sides. The film would only have perforations on one side, leaving the other blank for a soundtrack, since sound was added in the 1930s.
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