We Professionally inspect every slide you give us and make sure it's done right!
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Wrapping it up!
Once transferred your slide images:
Look no further. Home Video Studio has the experience, technology and concern for your precious slides. We care!
The History of slides:
In 1934 Eastman Kodak introduced 35mm Kodachrome slide film. In the 1950's and '60s this format was widely adopted by families across the country to record and document their lives. Today, more than sixty years later, Home Video Studio has become the leader in transferring, preserving and archiving 35mm slides.
What about you and your family? Do you have boxes or carousels of precious slides stored in your closet or attic? Maybe your dad took them - or even your grandfather. And they took lots of them! If you're like most of our slide customers you have 500 to 2,000 slides (some customers have even more). You probably don't even have a way to view them, yet they're taking up a lot of space! What to do?
Professional 35mm Slide Transfer in Archdale, North Carolina :
Day by Day and minute by minute your slides are at risk for scratching, biological damage, and in some cases, fading, rendering your slides a putrid shade of pink or purple. Now is the time to take action. Don't wait - your memories depend on it.
We love slides and the memories they hold! Whether they're 35mm slides, 110 slides, 126 slides, 127 slides, stereographic slides, Kodak Disc or APS film, film negatives, medium or large format, or any other format, we've seen them all and we realize there's a lot of your life and memories preserved on them.