$25 for Two Hours of Tape-to-DVD Conversion from Royal Gor Studio ($160 Value)

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Staff members preserve up to two hours of VHS, 8mm, Hi-8, DV, mini DV, or DV cam film in long-lasting DVD format.

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Expires May 24th, 2013. Limit 4 per person. Limit 4 per visit. Limit 2 tapes per Groupon. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Precious film can be ruined by the elements—a fire can char it, a rainstorm can wilt it, and a breeze can blow it into a courtroom, where it will be counted as evidence. Best Mother Nature with this Groupon.

$25 for Two Hours of Tape-to-DVD Conversion ($160 Value)

Clients can drop off or mail in their VHS, 8mm, Hi-8, DV, mini DV, or DV cam film, which skilled technicians will then transform into sturdy DVDs.





iPreservedit

Khoren Gevorkyan founded Royal Gor in 1981 (now iPreservedit), naming it after his then-newborn son and now company CEO Gor Gevorkyan. Using first-rate video and photography equipment, they point their professional lenses at subjects for an array of occasions, including wedding and commercial shoots. As photographers who understand the enduring importance of their medium, the iPreservedit team also helps preserve their clients' aging keepsake photographs. They scan the precious snapshots onto DVDs with a professional Kodak photo scanner that can crop and automatically correct each photo's color without rubbing it against a chameleon.

For those who want the silver screen in their living room