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Use our transfer services to convert your photographic negatives, pictures, slides, videotapes and cine films onto DVD.



Transfer any format to DVD

Simple Order Form & simple per foot Pricing.

We can also collect your film from anywhere in the West London area.


Kodak photographic and cine film conversion shops used to be an iconic and popular sight on high Streets all around the Uk including West London. Sadly regional High Street shops are no longer viable in the internet age, but you can still have acecss to a first class mail in service by sending your order in to us. Back in the 1960's most UK customers dropped off films locally, but small shops still mailed in their films to be processed here in Glasgow. We continue this tradition by offering the same high quality services onto newer digital format and always with FREE extra copies of all your cine, photo, slides and videotapes on DVD. Take a few minutes to browse our website so you make informed choices on what we can achieve restoring your cine home movies, slides, photos and camcorder tapes onto DVD. will help you make informed choices on what we can achieve restoring your home move cine films onto DVD. 

Having vast experience with Cine-Film (28 years in fact) has enabled us to invest in full HD digital scanners to give you what we believe to be the highest quality results. We are the only company in West London using this HD digital film scanning system and guarantee you the best possible results for your Home Movies onto DVD.

Simple Per Foot Prices &
No charge for "Extras"

  • Fully digital transfer by full HD scanner, full frame so no cropping.

  • Repairs carried out free. Bad sections and splices restored. Free Film Cleaning.

  • Free on screen menus with your own worded titles, Free Chapter headings, Free Background Music added to silent films. Free colour correction.

  • Free Mpeg DVD-ROM with every order for you to re-edit or simply keep a digital master copy safely. Also 3 copies of your DVD as standard!

  • Simple Order Form and Pricing we can also collect your films from anywhere in West London

This was the 50 foot reels after they are developed. These are the most common size of reel.


Calll us free in the UK for advice and a quote. We convert any film type in a digital frame by frame process.



West London  Cine Film Transfers to DVD, DVD-ROM, Blu-ray, AVI, QuickTime, CD, CD-ROM etc.

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16mm Cine Projectors for sale in West London area
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We offer a collection service to the following West London areas:

This is a list of places in London, England we collect from.

  List of districts of London
Aside from the City and the London boroughs themselves, all contemporary districts of London are informal designations; usually based or adapted from historic parish or borough boundaries which were all abolished by 1965. London postcode districts often have an influence over where a place is considered to be although they were not designed for that purpose. All London boroughs are divided into wards which often share the names of London districts, however, they rarely share the historic or commonly accepted contemporary boundaries of those places.

 London boroughs
Greater London consists of the City of London and thirty two London boroughs, of which twelve are statutory Inner London boroughs and twenty are Outer London boroughs.

London borough Inner/Outer Sub-region[1] London Assembly[2] | Barking and Dagenham Outer North East City and East | Barnet Outer North Barnet and Camden | Bexley Outer South East Bexley and Bromley | Brent Outer West Brent and Harrow | Bromley Outer South East Bexley and Bromley | Camden Inner North Barnet and Camden | Croydon Outer South West Croydon and Sutton | Ealing Outer West Ealing and Hillingdon | Enfield Outer North Enfield and Haringey | Greenwich Inner South East Greenwich and Lewisham | Hackney Inner North North East | Hammersmith and Fulham Inner West West Central | Haringey Outer * North Enfield and Haringey | Harrow Outer West Brent and Harrow | Havering Outer North East Havering and Redbridge | Hillingdon Outer West Ealing and Hillingdon | Hounslow Outer West South West | Islington Inner North North East | Kensington and Chelsea Inner West West Central | Kingston upon Thames Outer South West South West | Lambeth Inner South West Lambeth and Southwark | Lewisham Inner South East Greenwich and Lewisham | Merton Outer South West Merton and Wandsworth | Newham Outer * North East City and East | Redbridge Outer North East Havering and Redbridge | Richmond upon Thames Outer South West South West | Southwark Inner South East Lambeth and Southwark | Sutton Outer South West Croydon and Sutton | Tower Hamlets Inner North East City and East | Waltham Forest Outer North East North East | Wandsworth Inner South West Merton and Wandsworth | Westminster Inner West West Central |
= Outer London for statistics | * = Inner London for statistics

West London and West London: the division of London by the River Thames | West End of London, Central London, East End of London and the South Bank: sections of the historic urban core | London Docklands: the former docks and now a regeneration area | London Plan sub-regions: North East, North, South East, South West, West | Various postcode areas covering London | Public transport zones: 1 (central London); 2 and 3 (inner suburbs); 4, 5 and 6 (outer suburbs) |  Political divisions
 List of wards in Greater London, London Assembly constituencies, and List of Parliamentary constituencies in Greater London
 Geographic features
 Hills and highest points

Westerham HeightsSanderstead PlantationBushey HeathArkleyClockhouseMoat MountHampstead HeathPinner HillShooter's HillBournwell HillSydenham HillWestow HillHavering-atte-BowerMuswell HillNorth Hill |
Main article: List of highest points in London
Blackheath | Crystal Palace | Forest Hill | Hampstead Hill | Harrow Hill | Herne Hill | Horsendon Hill | Ludgate Hill | Muswell Hill | One Tree Hill | Parliament Hill | Primrose Hill | Shooters Hill | Sydenham Hill | Telegraph Hill, Barnet | Telegraph Hill, Lewisham | Tower Hill | Tyburn Hill |  Waterways
Main article: Blue Ribbon Network
Croydon Canal | Grand Surrey Canal | Grand Union Canal | Grosvenor Canal | Hertford Union Canal | Limehouse Cut | Limehouse Basin | Paddington Basin | Prescott Channel | Regent's Canal | The River Lee Navigation | Teddington Lock | Wenlock Basin |  Canal tunnels
Islington Tunnel | Maida Hill Tunnel | Eyre's tunnel |  Docks
Main article: London Docklands
King George V Dock | London Docks | Millwall Docks | Regent's Canal Docks | Royal Albert Dock | Royal Victoria Dock | East India Docks | West India Docks | Surrey Commercial Docks | St Katharine Docks | Tobacco Dock |  Islands and peninsulas
Canvey Island | Isle of Grain | Isle of Dogs | Eel Pie Island | Orchard Place (at the confluence of the Thames, Bow Creek and Lee) | Three Mills Island (in the River Lee) | Channelsea Island |  Lakes
Hampstead Ponds | the Serpentine |  Reservoirs
Lee Valley Reservoir Chain |  Rivers
Abbey Creek | Barking Creek | Beverley Brook | Bow Back Rivers | Bow Creek | Channelsea River | City Mill River | Dollis Brook | Duke of Northumberland's River | Folly Brook | Hackney Brook | Hammersmith Creek | Hogsmill | Longford River | New River | Norbury Brook | Old River Lea | Pool of London | Pyl Brook | Pymmes Brook | River Beck | River Brent | River Colne, Hertfordshire | River Crane, London | River Cray | River Darent | River Ingrebourne | River Lee (or River Lea) | River Lee Navigation | River Moselle | New River | River Peck | River Pool | River Quaggy | River Ravensbourne (tidal reach known as 'Deptford Creek') | River Roding | River Rom | River Shuttle | River Thames | River Wandle | River Westbourne | Salmons Brook | Stamford Brook | Three Mills River | Tyburn Brook | Wandle | Waterworks River | Wyncham Stream |  Subterranean rivers
Main article: Subterranean rivers of London
The Langbourne (dubious) | The Walbrook | The River Fleet | The Tyburn | The Tyburn Brook | The River Westbourne | Counter's Creek | Stamford Brook | The River Neckinger | The River Effra |  Open spaces
Abney Park Cemetery | Brompton Cemetery | Highgate Cemetery | Kensal Green Cemetery | Nunhead Cemetery | Putney Vale Cemetery | St Marylebone Cemetery, now East Finchley Cemetery | Tower Hamlets Cemetery | West Norwood Cemetery |  Parks, gardens, and commons
Alexandra Park | Battersea Park | Brockwell Park | Calthorpe Project | Camley Street Natural Park | Chelsea Physic Garden | Clissold Park | Coombe Wood House Gardens | Crystal Palace Park | Danson Park, Bexleyheath | Down Lane Park, Tottenham | Dulwich Park | Duppas Hill | Elsinge Green, Enfield | Fairfield Park, Croydon | Finsbury Park | Furnivall Gardens | Gladstone Park | Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park, formerly Greenwich Marsh | Gunnersbury Park | Gwendwr Garden | Hackney Downs | Ham House Gardens | Hammersmith Park | Hampstead Heath | Hampton Court Gardens | Horniman Gardens | Inwood Park | Island Gardens | Jubilee Gardens, Barnes | Jubilee Gardens, South Bank | Jubilee Gardens, Twickenham | Kennington Park | Kenwood | Kew Gardens | King's Stairs Gardens | Ladbroke Estate Gardens | Lamorbey Park | Larkhall Park | Lincoln's Inn Fields | London Fields | London Wetland Centre | Lyle Park | Mayesbrook | McDermott Park | Mile End Children's Park | Mitcham Common | Mount Street Gardens | Museum of Garden History | Myatt's Fields Park | Newlands Park, Barking | Norwood Park | One Tree Hill | Paradise Park, Holloway | Park Hill, Croydon | Peckham Rye | Peckham Rye Common | Phoenix Garden | Pierhead Lock | Potter's Fields Close | Primrose Hill | Postman's Park | Putney Common | Putney Heath | Pymmes Park | Queen's Gardens | Queen's Park | Queen's Wood | Radnor Gardens | Railway Fields LNR | Raphael Park | Ravenscourt Park | Red Cross Garden | Richmond Hill | Riverwalk Gardens | Russia Dock Woodland | Ruskin Park | Shoreditch Park | Sayes Court Park | Sir John McDougal Gardens | South Norwood Country Park | Southwark Park | Spa Park | Springfield Park | St. John's Churchyard, Waterloo | Strawberry Hill | Streatham Common | Sutcliffe Park | Syon Park | Telegraph Hill Park | Thames Barrier Park | Tooting Bec Common | Tooting Graveney Common | Twickenham | V&A Garden | Valence Park | Valentines Park | Vauxhall Park | Victoria Park | Victoria Tower Gardens | Violet Hill Gardens | Wandle Park, Croydon | Wandsworth Common | Wandsworth Park | Wapping Recreation Ground | Waterlow Park | Weavers Field | West Ham Park | Westow Park | Wimbledon Common |  Remnants of ancient woodlands
Coldfall Wood | Dulwich Wood | Epping Forest | Hainault Forest | Highgate Wood | Kenwood | Oxleas Wood | Queen's Wood | Sydenham Hill Wood |  Royal Parks
Brompton Cemetery (the only Crown Cemetery, managed as a Royal Park) | Bushy Park | Green Park | Greenwich Park | St. James's Park | Hyde Park | Kensington Gardens | Regent's Park | Richmond Park |  Urban farms
Deen City Farm | Freightliners City Farm | Hackney City Farm | Hounslow Urban Farm | Kentish Town City Farm | Lee Valley Park Farms | Mudchute Park and Farm | Spitalfields City Farm | Stepney City Farm | Surrey Docks Farm | Vauxhall City Farm |  Buildings and structures
 List of structures in London and List of tallest buildings and structures in London
London Biggin Hill Airport - official name | London City Airport | London Gatwick Airport | London Heathrow Airport | London Luton Airport | London Manston Airport - shown thus on some maps. Now called Kent International Airport. Located near Ramsgate. | Stansted Airport | Northolt Aerodrome | London Heliport (Battersea) | Hayes Heliport (Hayes) | Croydon Airport | Kenley Aerodrome |  Cathedrals and places of worship
Main article: List of churches and cathedrals of London
Westminster Abbey | St Paul's Cathedral | Regent's Park Mosque | Westminster Cathedral | Central Hall, Westminster | Southwark Cathedral | Neasden Temple | Temple Church | The Chapel of Alleyn's College |  Former tourist attractions
Millennium Dome | The Crystal Palace | Pre-2000 Wembley Stadium |  Government buildings
10 Downing Street | 11 Downing Street | 12 Downing Street | 2 Marsham Street | 50 Queen Anne's Gate | Admiralty Arch | Admiralty House | Clock Tower | Cumberland House | Dover House | Eland House | Horse Guards | Hyde Park Barracks | Lancaster House | Lunar House | Marsham Towers | Metro Central Heights | Middlesex Guildhall | Norman Shaw Buildings | Palace of Westminster | Portcullis House | Royal Arsenal | Royal Artillery Barracks | Royal Courts of Justice | Ruskin House | SIS Building | Schomberg House | Skipton House | Somerset House | St Stephen's Chapel | Taberner House | Thames House | Trinity House | Victoria Tower | War Office | Wellington Barracks |  Houses and palaces
Eastbury Manor House | Eltham Palace | Fulham Palace | Guildhall | Kenwood | Kew Palace | Lambeth Palace | Little Holland House | Spencer House | Valentine's Mansion | The Wick |  Legal London
Central Criminal Court, commonly known as the Old Bailey | Royal Courts of Justice | Inns of Court: Lincoln's Inn, Gray's Inn, Inner Temple, Middle Temple |  Markets
Main article: List of markets in London
Clare Market | Hungerford Market | Old Billingsgate Market |  Covered
Borough Market | Greenwich Market | Leadenhall Market | Old Spitalfields market |  Street
Bermondsey Market | Berwick Street Market | Brick Lane Market | Brixton Market | Broadway Market | Camden Market | Buck Street Market | Camden Canal Market | Camden Lock Market | Inverness Street Market | Stables Market | Camden Passage (not part of Camden Market, in spite of its name) | Chapel Market | Chrisp Street Market | Columbia Road Market | Deptford Market | Earlham Street Market | East Street Market | Hoxton Market | Queens Road Market | Queen's Crescent Market | Leather Lane Market | Lower Marsh Market | Nag's Head Market | Petticoat Lane Market | Portobello Road Market | Ridley Road Market | Romford Market | Southall Market | Surrey Street Market | Walthamstow Market | Watney Market | Wembley Market | Whitecross Street Market |  Trade
Billingsgate Fish Market | New Covent Garden Market | Smithfield Meat Market | New Spitalfields Market |  Museums, theatres and venues
 List of museums in London and List of London venues
Albert Hall | Albert Memorial | Alexandra Palace | British Museum | British Library | Buckingham Palace | Canary Wharf | Chinatown | Covent Garden | Hampton Court Palace | Harrods | Horniman Museum | Imperial War Museum | Kew Gardens | Lloyd's of London | London Dungeon | London Transport Museum | The London Eye | Madame Tussaud's | Museum of London | National Gallery | National Maritime Museum | National Portrait Gallery | Natural History Museum | Palace of Westminster - colloquially known as the "Houses of Parliament" | Prime Meridian | Royal National Theatre | The RAF Museum | Royal Academy of Arts | Royal Festival Hall | St. Paul's Cathedral | Science Museum | Sir John Soane's Museum | Soho | Somerset House - contains three separate museums | South Bank Centre | Syon House | Tate Britain | Tate Modern | Tower Bridge | Tower of London | Trafalgar Square featuring Nelson's Column | Victoria & Albert Museum | Wallace Collection - art museum | West End theatre | Westminster Abbey | The heart of government in Whitehall |  Railway stations
See also: List of London railway stations and List of London Underground stations
Main article: London station group
City Thameslink | London Blackfriars | London Bridge | London Cannon Street | London Charing Cross | London Euston | London Fenchurch Street | London Kings Cross | London Liverpool Street | London Marylebone | London Paddington | London St Pancras International | London Victoria | London Waterloo | London Waterloo East | Moorgate Underground | Old Street Underground | Vauxhall |  Roadways
Capital Ring | Green Chain | London Outer Orbital Path | Thames Path |  Major roads
M25 motorway | M1 motorway | M3 motorway | M4 motorway | M11 motorway | North Circular Road: also known as the A406 | South Circular Road: also known as the A205 | The London Inner Ring Road, consisting of: Pentonville Road, City Road, Old Street, Commercial Street, Mansell Street, Tower Bridge Road, New Kent Road, Elephant and Castle, Vauxhall Bridge Road, Park Lane, Edgware Road, Marylebone Road and Euston Road. |  Roman roads
Ermine Street | Oxford Street | Watling Street |  Streets and squares
Abbey Road | Berkeley Square | Bond Street | New Bond Street | Charing Cross Road | Connaught Square | Oxford Street | Regent Street | Shaftesbury Avenue | Electric Avenue | Fleet Street | Gipsy Hill | Grosvenor Square | Harley Street | Hyde Park Gate | The Kings Road | Leicester Square | The Mall | Haymarket | Regent Street | Piccadilly | Piccadilly Circus | Portobello Road | Purley Way | Old Compton Street | Sloane Square | Saville Row | Tottenham Court Road | Trafalgar Square | Queensway | Russell Square | Wardour Street |  Ruins
Barking Abbey | London Wall | Lesnes Abbey |  Shopping arcades
Burlington Arcade | Piccadilly Arcade |  Sporting venues
All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (Wimbledon) | Boleyn Ground (Upton Park) | Craven Cottage | The Den | Emirates Stadium | Herne Hill Velodrome | Lord's Cricket Ground | The Oval | Selhurst Park | Stamford Bridge | Twickenham Stadium | The Valley | Vicarage Road | Wembley Stadium | White Hart Lane |  Windmills
Main article: List of windmills in Greater London
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Major districts Abbey Wood Acton Barking Barnes Barnet Barnsbury Battersea Beckenham Bermondsey Bethnal Green Bexleyheath Bloomsbury Bow Brentford Brixton Brockley Bromley Camberwell Camden Town Canonbury Carshalton Catford Charlton Chelsea Chingford Chislehurst Chiswick City Clapham Clerkenwell Cricklewood Coulsdon Croydon Dagenham Deptford Ealing East Ham Edmonton Eltham Enfield Town Erith Feltham Finchley Forest Hill Forest Gate Fulham Greenwich Hackney Hammersmith Hampstead Harrow Hendon Highams Park Highbury Highgate Hillingdon Holborn Holloway Hornchurch Hounslow Ilford Isle of Dogs Isleworth Islington Kensington Kentish Town Kensal Green Kilburn Kingston upon Thames Lambeth Lewisham Leyton Marylebone Mayfair Mitcham Morden Muswell Hill New Cross New Malden Orpington Paddington Peckham Penge Pinner Poplar Purley Putney Richmond Romford Ruislip Shepherd's Bush Shoreditch Sidcup Soho Southall Southgate South Norwood Southwark Stepney Stoke Newington Stratford Streatham Surbiton Sutton Sydenham Teddington Thamesmead Tooting Tottenham Twickenham Upminster Upper Clapton Uxbridge Walthamstow Wandsworth Wanstead Wapping Wealdstone Welling Wembley West Ham Westminster West Norwood Whitechapel Willesden Wimbledon Wood Green Woodford Woolwich

Barking and Dagenham Barnet Bexley Brent Bromley Camden Croydon Ealing Enfield Greenwich Hackney Hammersmith and Fulham Haringey Harrow Havering Hillingdon Hounslow Islington Kensington and Chelsea Kingston Lambeth Lewisham Merton Newham Redbridge Richmond Southwark Sutton Tower Hamlets Waltham Forest Wandsworth Westminster

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