We’re Local. And the most convenient.
Three easy ways to work with us:
We have 35+ locations in MA, NH, VT, RI, ME, CT, NJ & NY. Our clients almost never have to drive more than 30 minutes to see us.
If you prefer to mail in your project, let us know to reserve space in our schedule and we’ll contact you once we receive your items to provide a full estimate and consultation.
If you have a large collection that is hard to transport or prefer our Concierge service, we can come to you. In-home consultation service available in New England & the Tri-State area.
We make sharing your film reels easy and affordable
Cheapest extra DVD copies by far. We charge $5 for standard DVDs and offer archival quality, scratch-proof gold DVDs for $10. iMemories and Walmart charge nearly twice as much! Digital download always free for 180 days. Nobody else does more than 30 days.
Film to Digital Pricing options
- All film formats
- Delivered via private website
- A la carte labeling options
- Mac/PC compatible files
- Site live for 180 days
- Includes USB or DVDs
- Includes custom labeling
- Includes Private website
- Mac/PC compatible files online for 180 days
A $40 service fee applies to all orders. This service fee provides for safe handling procedures including: intake, item coding, physical & digital storage, quality checks by senior technicians and packaging.
Archival Upgrade Fee
*Flat. Starting at per order
- Up to 2000 feet: $45
2000-5000 feet: $65 | 5000+ feet: $85
- Archival DVD & Medical-grade USB combos
- 80 yr, scratch-resistant, silver/gold alloy
- Downloadable digital files included
Our clients love what we can do – and we digitize all formats
*Extras & Details
- Film reels with sound: add $0.10/foot
- Combine or uncombined small reels
- Film with optical sound: ask your consultant
- Have a rare format? We can even convert 35mm film to digital: Ask us!
- Extra DVD or CD: $5 Standard, $10 Archival
- Extra USB:ask your consultant
- Add label transcription to Digital Only: $2/reel
- Private website free for 6 months
Get an estimate on your film conversion project!
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More From Our Happy Film Reel Transfer Clients
“My 8mm color movie memories of my daughter Nancy’s childhood 1962-69 were digitized in brilliant color on usb and dvd and we watched them together for the first time this past labor day weekend 2019 Bravo Everpresent !!” – Kenmore.
“I have used Everpresent twice now. They converted several really old 8mm film rolls for me, and the quality of the digital files was great considering the quality of the film rolls. We look forward to asking for help from Everpresent in the future.” – Jorgen.
“As a test case I had Everpresent digitize a 1968 8-mm movie. Knowing that the quality of such film is not outstanding in the first place (it never was expected to be “high-tech”), I was surprised that the Everpresent digital product was as good or nearly as good as the original film (in terms of resolution and trueness of color); I doubt most viewers would know the difference. Based on this experience I now plan to have Everpresent digitize over 60 rolls of film.”- Richard.
“The Everpresent crew took the utmost care in my original 8mm reels and digitized them brilliantly. I received a report on the digitization process that explained in detail on how the conversion went overall. The technicians were easy to work with and were very helpful and knowledgeable in their skills. I highly recommend Everpresent for digitization conversions.” – John.
“Everpresent did an excellent job transferring my 60-year-old 8mm. films to a DVD and thumb drive for me and my family. We have enjoyed reliving the memories of childhood thanks to this service!”
“The 8mm family films had not been viewed for 35 years for fear of damage to the film itself and two ancient and balky projectors. The Everpresent staff transferred every frame of the 43 little reels with care and precision. Every little bit of the reel content was copied onto the digital media, even the poorly framed and shaky footage taken from a moving car. We are more than pleased with the results and will be bringing more film to be copied to a digital format. Many thanks to all at Everpresent.” – Paul.