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Wet Movie Film
9.5mm old vintage movie film transfer to Video File, Download, or DVD.
Transfer recover record 9 1/2mm,
9.5mm, 9.5 mm Pathe, Pathex,
Pathe Baby, Pathescope movie film reel to DVD, Hard drive, Flash drive, or web files.
|This film uses a sprocket in the center of the film. Stop notches in the edge of the film pause the scene 10 seconds.
Transfer recover record 9 1/2mm, 9.5mm, 9.5 mm Pathe, Pathex, Pathe Baby, Pathescope movie film reel to DVD, Hard drive, Flash drive, or web files.
9-1/2mm, 9.5 mm Pathe, Pathex movie film to DVD, $50 settup and $0.50 per foot of film.
1920-1950 vintage format, originated in France and was popular in early theaters.
A typical 2" diameter Pathex cartrage is 30ft.
How it works:
1. CONTACT US with questions or to get an estimate.
2. Print our SHIPPING LABEL from the tab at the top of the web page.
3. Number your tapes/media, keep a list, and enclose titles and contact info.
4. Seal in plastic bags, pad very well, use padded mailing envelope or corrugated box.
5. We confirm arrival, email findings after recorded, and normally bill using PayPal. Most orders
shipped Postal Priority mail $9.50. FedEx/UPS normally $15. Heavy or International: actual cost.
Paypal accepts credit cards and you do not need to be a member.
6. Order will be shipped after payment. Prepay, checks accepted. Normal completion 3 weeks.
What do real customers say about GreentreeAV?
The [9.5mm films to mp4 files on flash drive] are an interesting view of the area. I kept prompting the cameaman to slow down and shoot more of the background. The little girl in the films is living nearby, I will show these to her. Thank you, Pat, Historical Society.
Thanks so much. The transfer is impressive. I identified a grandmother and great grandmother. Oh- if only I had been able to do this 15 years ago [transfer 9.5mm Pathex cartriges to mp4 files on flash drive]. many thanks, Mary, Florida, 32903.
Received the film [and avi file on flash drive]. It was about as I expected considering the age. Thanks for your service, William, Wyoming, WY 82426.
Hi, Thank you so much- what a wonderful service you provide! The [9.5mm Pathex cartriges transferred to mp4 files on flash drive] were shot in 1930, 1931, and 1832 mostly in Chicago, some near Lake Geneva, WI. My Grandfather dies in 1936 and to see him alive is nothing short of miraculous. On behalf of my siblings acousins, etc, thank you so very, very much, Paul, Austin Texas, TX 78738.
DVDs arrived this morning. Thanks again for the great service, quick response and really great work. Glad you sent business cards along. I will surely hand them out with a good reference and will call on you whenever I need some more help. Chrissi
We received the package in perfect condition. I thought my children and grandchildren would never get to hear our [audio tape] wedding service and it brought back memories for us. I'm so glad I found your services on the Internet and it was a pleasure to do business with your company. Again thanks, Judith
I received the DVD the other day. I know Dad will be thrilled! Thanks for all you did [to play these old 9 1/2mm movies]. Ginny
9 -1/2, 9.5 mm Movie Film, Pathe, Pathex, Pathescope. (1922- 1950)
| Outside Reel|
| ||19.43 feet per minute.|
7.54mm, 0.297in pitch.
|135.1 frames per meter.|
14 to 16 frames per second, fps.
40.4 frames per foot.
approx Time (minutes)
|6.5 x 8.5mm Image size.|
|50mm, 2 inch
51mm, 2- inch
68mm, 2.7 inch
17cm, 7 inch
Geveart, made in Belgium, 9cm diameter
Pathe Baby, 2 inch (51mm) dia, 27ft, 10m, 1:23 minutes.
Magazine cartrage, 2 inch dia, 30ft, 9.1m; 1:33 minutes.
Pathe Baby, 2-1/2 inch dia, 52ft, 2:41 minutes.
Pathescope, 2 -5/8 inch, 52 ft, 2:41 minutes
Pathex, 2.7 inch (68mm), 60 ft, 18.2m, 3:05 minutes.
Pathex 9.5, 6.5 inch dia, 2-5/8 inch ID,
16 frames per second (fps), 49.4 frames per foot, 19.43 feet per minute.
16 frames per second (fps) nominal. 7.4mm per frame. 49.4 frames per foot.
This film uses a sprocket in the center of the film. Stop notches in the edge of the film pause the scene for 10 seconds.