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Video, Photo and Audio Transfer Services

Drop your collection of video and media with us for professional transfers and duplication.  Enjoy your memories on current media!

Are your precious memories gathering dust, stored away in a closet, or in an old shoe box? Now, whatever the format – 8mm, Super 8 or 16mm home movies, color slides or prints – we can transfer these mementos onto a video cassette or DVD for easy viewing with the extra convenience of long-lasting protection and space-saving storage.

We’ve teamed up with our trusted friends at Novato Video Transfer to offer you a “local” solution at the same cost as driving to Novato: just drop off your media at Seawood Photo and we will personally hand deliver and pick it up at Novato Video Transfer where they will professionally perform high quality scans and transfers — totally safe and secure with no shipping through third parties.

We can take your valuable content from virtually any existing media and digitally transfer it to new CD or DVD media, or even a hard drive, plus do mass duplication of your content.  Here are just a sampling of our services:

  • Movies (8mm, Super 8, 16mm, VHS, DV, etc.) to DVD — editing, titles and other services available.
  • Photographic Slides or prints to JPEG on CD, DVD or hard drive.  Or turn them into movies with our pan-and-scan video services.
  • Audio (from CD, audio cassette or vinyl) to CD or hard drive.
  • CD, DVD or audio cassette duplication.
  • PAL, SECAM and NTSC video conversion.

We also love that Novato Video does everything in house. Check them out, and check out their prices, right here. Then bring your precious archives to us for transfer to the most current media available!

Visit Novato Video Transfer online and then bring us that box of memories!



Classic Camera Corner

Digital cameras are amazing, yet we love old cameras here at Seawood! 

This section of our world is dedicated to those machines, how they work, what you can do with them, and why they are still viable tools despite technological advances in digital photography.

Hope you enjoy it!

Weird Lens of the Week! Lomography Petzval 85mm f/2.2

The original Petzval lens was designed in 1840 and has been long prized for it’s soft and dreamy effect.

A Russian company called Lomography has...

Weird Lens of the Week! 28mm f/3.3 Som Berthiot

One of the coolest things about mirror-less digital cameras is the ability to use classic lenses. These have a distinctly different look and feel...

So Why Use A 4×5?
So you would think that in this day of digital cameras that offer immediate results, have incredible exposure latitude, are compact in size (and take...