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If you have a question that you could not find the answer to in our F.A.Q. page, or you would like to contact us to discuss your requirements, please contact us by one of the following methods. Your questions will be answered quickly and fully. Furthermore we’re happy to answer questions after your transfer has been completed. We are here to help. You can phone us, email, message through social media or use the Contact form at the bottom of this page.

Understandably, you may have concerns or worries about entrusting your precious memories to anyone. This is why we welcome customers making contact with us and giving us a call. Drop off and collection of films or videos is also welcomed.

Postal Address and Contact Numbers for Cine Film Transfers and Video Transfers

Colin Preston
CineFilm2DVD
22 Brook Lane
Rudheath
Northwich
Cheshire
CW97EY

Telephone Landline: 01606 46369 (Only 5 digits)

Mobile: 07956811367

E-mail us colin@cinefilm2dvd.com

Emails are checked frequently and you will normally receive a response within an hour or two. Please check your spam and junk folder because our email address often gets mistaken for spam.

(Please note that our landline number is only 5 digits and this is not a mistake)

You can also visit our  eBay Shop, where you will be able to view our feedback from our extremely happy customers and you can also contact us through eBay.

Samples of our Cine Film transfers can be found on our YouTube channel which shows samples of our 8mm, Super 8, 9.5mm and 16mm HD transfers as well as standard definition transfers. Alternatively you can click here to view our samples page. There is also an infomercial which explains a little more about what we do.

You can also find us on Facebook where again you can contact us and you will see great comments from more happy customers. Follow us on Twitter and direct message us.

Most of all, please do not think that your questions will sound silly. Lots of our customers do not know a great deal about Cine Film and therefore may need some advice on which format to have, as an end result. DVD’s are for predominantly for playing in a DVD player, whereas if you would like to edit the resulting footage, then it would be best to have the digital files.