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About Us
Where Are We?
We are located in the northeast foothills area of beautiful and historic Tucson, Arizona.  We are about 2 hours south of Phoenix and less than an hour north of Tombstone.  Tucson is in the Sonoran Desert at about 3,000 feet above sea level.  The summers are hot and dry and the winters are cool and even punctuated with the occasional snowfall.  It is always beautiful in Tucson.
 
We can be contacted by telephone during our business hours at 520-577-2615 or by sending us an email or information request by clicking here.
 
We are not a camera shop or walk-in store.  We are not part of a franchise operation, nor aligned with any "big box" or warehouse store network.  Our facility is in a closed studio, not normally open to the public.  We provide complementary pickup and delivery for clients within Tucson.  Out-of-town clients can safely send materials to our shipping address that can be found by clicking here.
 
What Are Our References?
We regularly do transfer ("migration") work for university and public archive libraries, private foundations, historical preservation organizations, public television producers, filmmakers, Native American tribes, and many individual customers who want the very best quality for their treasured movies and audio.  Our credits have been in films that have been shown on Public Television and in film festivals around the world.  We're happy to provide references upon request.  Our owner is enthusiastically dedicated to the preservation and exhibition of motion pictures and sound archives and is an active member of the Association of Moving Image Archivists (http://www.amianet.org/).
 
What Can We Do For You?
We provide personal attention to each project for individuals as well as institutions.  We can transfer from nearly all formats of home movie film and home video to high quality digital media such as DVD, Blu-ray and digital files on external hard drives. We also can transfer most forms of magnetic audio recordings and phonograph recordings to digital media such as audio compact disc ("CDs"), WAV, AIFF or MP3.  We also can transfer professional or broadcast video materials such as broadcast helical scan 1" Type C and 3/4-inch videotape ("Umatic") to digital media.
Here is some information about us to help you get to know us better.
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