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fourbytwo Posted 19th Oct 2017, 10:19am
  cool.gif Thanks a million....it may seem expensive,but to save these old holiday memories could make it worthwhile.....thanks again for replying...
john.mcn Posted 17th Oct 2017, 10:34pm
 

I think thats quite a long process as you would need to scan each frame on the film and then put it together. There are machines that do it automatically but expensive. If you are unsuccessful there is a company up the toon that does it

http://www.classicvideo.co.uk/prices.html

Cheap option if you have a projector is to just video it while it shows on a white wall.
fourbytwo Posted 17th Oct 2017, 11:46am
  cool.gif I have been downsizing in a big way, and amongst the stuff discovered is old 8mm and super 8 films, and I wonder if there is anyone out there that can transfer them to CD/DVD so that my relatives can see them....
I may have some 'special' offers to the right person....
Here's hoping.... thumbup.gif
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