The VHS videocassette format was first introduced in North America in 1977. It featured a long playtime, fast-rewinding and fast-forwarding. The two-hour tape was considered to be incredibly compact and small, leading to the long-lasting success of the VHS Tape. Even as late as of 2005, around 95 million Americans still owned VHS-format VCRs. But once Hollywood made their final VHS Movie Release in 2006, that signaled an ending for the VHS Format. At Color Images, we can convert your VHS Tapes to DVD. Or, if you would prefer to have your VHS Conversion to Digital File, we can do that as well.
For alternate films, please go to the following links on the left side of this page. For Pricing and Turnaround Time, please call 631-584-5097
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Converting VHS Tapes to DVD since 1992
"The best Film and Video Transfer Services on Long Island, perhaps in all of New York"