The VHS-C was the VHS attempt to make the personal video camera more feasible. It was much smaller than its larger VHS cousin, though it only handled about 1 hour maximum play time in Standard Mode.
The one unique aspect of VHS-C to DVD conversion is that the video tape cartridge actually requires an adapter to make it fit into a VHS sized cartridge which is then played in a regular VHS machine. Ingenious really!
Yes, we have the cartridges so that we can play your tapes as we capture your VHS-C into digital before we cut a new DVD for you or save it to a hard drive.
For more information about VHS tape in general, please see our VHS page.
See our VHS-C Pricing Schedule for pricing, corporate pricing, and volume discount information.
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