Convert Video 8 to DVD or Digital
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KODAK Digitizing Box 2 Item$6998
Convert up to 2 Tapes, or 2 Films, or 2 sets of 25 Pictures to Digital
KODAK Digitizing Box 10 Item$29998
Convert up to 10 Tapes, or 10 Films, or 10 sets of 25 Pictures to Digital
KODAK Digitizing Box 20 Item$59998
Convert up to 20 Tapes, or 20 Films, or 20 sets of 25 Pictures to Digital
KODAK Digitizing Box 40 Item$1,19998
Convert up to 40 Tapes, or 40 Films, or 40 sets of 25 Pictures to Digital
Convert Video 8 to Digital DVD and More
With so many 8 tape formats on retail stores in the late 80s up through the early 2000s, the pickings were plentiful. From Video 8 to Hi8 to Digital 8, the evolution of the “8” tape format ushered in great opportunities for the Sony Handycam enthusiast with Video 8 being the first to hit the market in 1985.
Although there was little to no video quality discrepancy among Video 8 and the tried-and-true VHS, Video 8’s audio quality was comfortably better than non-HiFi VHS and Betamax. But it’s biggest competition during the early camcorder reign was the VHS-C, which had the slight advantage of being playable on VHS machines with an adaptor. However, Video 8 tapes did get the edge over VHS-C in terms of overall tape recording length – 120 minutes versus 60 minutes.
For almost two decades, Video 8 tapes and its successors dominated the camcorder (Sony Handycam) market before they eventually gave way to true digital formats in the 2000s. But while its time has come and passed, the memories imprisoned on your old tapes don’t have to befall the same fate; however, if left unattended they soon will. Much like all the other tape formats at the time, magnetic tape was the primary film used, and while that worked great at the time, that magnetic tape is prone to fade over time – 30 or so years on average – and that age has already passed its expiration date.
But don’t fret! Our dedicated team of digitizing pros can successfully convert your old Video 8 tapes to DVD, thumb drive or the cloud. We rescue hundreds of Video 8 tapes in our studio every day, transferring their memories to a safer, more future-proof digital format. Let us preserve your past with our digital conversion service. We’ll send you a prepaid roundtrip box to load up and ship back with your old Video 8 tapes as we get to work. You can even keep up-to-date tabs on your tapes throughout the entire process.
Keep the spirit of the 80s and 90s alive and well in your heart and in your memories by converting your old Video 8 tapes to digital today!
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From VHS tapes to Super8 film, we can preserve everything in your collection.
- Comes pre-loaded with all your digitized memories
- Makes a great family gift or extra copy
- Made of zinc alloy waterproof case for protection
- Easy plug & play for computer viewing, editing, or sharing
- Comes pre-loaded with your digitized memories
- Great for archiving or sharing
- Makes the perfect gift
- Easy viewing on most TV or computer with DVD port
- Quickly download everything to your computer or hard drive.
- Secure cloud storage, perfect for safekeeping and easy access.
- Easily view, share and edit from any device.
- Includes digital download and cloud access for 1 year.
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