From Projector Film

Projector Film Digitization

We can digitize your 8mm, Super8 and 16mm projector film. You can bring your film into either one of our two stores, or mail it in by following the instructions below.

Mail-In Process for Projector Film

Please print this worksheet and place it in the box with your projector film
Set up your order + pay deposit here
Order + Pay Here
Put your projector film into a box and print this shipping label
The online worksheet must be filled in and put inside the box, while the shipping label must be attached to the outside of the box.
Shipping label
Send the box to us
Calgary Custom Photo Services
Southland Crossing
Unit 610, 9737 Macleod Trail SW
Calgary, Alberta
T2J 0P6
Note: Ship anywhere in Canada with prepaid shipping Boxes if weight is 11 lbs (5Kg) or less. Box sizes are 14 x 10 x 2 in or 15 x 10 x 4 in. Cost is $18.00 or $23.00 from Canada post.
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Enjoy your new collection of professionally digitized projector film!

Once your film has been digitized, you will receive a DVD, USB, portable hard drive or downloadable link with all of your newly digitally archived memories! This is where the fun begins as you can easily and instantly start sharing your memories with friends and family. Don’t worry, your original projector film will be returned to you!

In-Store Drop Off Process

Fill your box with the projector film you want digitized
Bring your box to either of our two stores

North Hill Centre
Unit 1757
1632, 14 Avenue NW
Calgary, Alberta
T2N 1M7
Southland Crossing
Unit 610
9737 Macleod Trail SW
Calgary, Alberta
T2J 0P6

Once the work is done, we will be in touch
Come in and pick up your film and digital files.

Details about the Projector Film transfer service

  • Pricing is based on recorded portions of film only
  • We accept film reels of any size
  • You will be contacted via email regarding turnaround time for your project

What you need to know

  • If you would like the digital file names to reflect each reel, please ensure the reels are clearly labelled
  • We recommend using VLC media player (by VideoLAN),which is a free downloadable software for viewing your digital files