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About PSU Film & Video

Photographic Systems Unlimited, Inc. was started by Ed and Betty Booth in June, 1976. It began as a camera and photography supply store but soon diversified into a film transfer and video duplication house. Over the years, the film transfer, video production and duplication side of the business grew with the help of their son, Mark Booth. Because of it's diversification in the imaging business, Photographic Systems Unlimited became known as simply PSU Film & Video. Ed Booth remained an active part of PSU until his passing in 2009. In January 2011, after 34 years in the business, Mark Booth sold the business to Allen and Emily Williams, who had been employees of PSU for several years. PSU Film & Video remains a small, locally owned, family operated business with a passion for serving your film and video transfer and editing needs.

Allen Williams has over 20 years of experience in film, video and digital media technology. Over the past two decades he has worked professionally in digital media including video production, video editing, content management and marketing.

Emily Happell Williams has been transferring home movie film professionally for 14 years.


We transfer 8mm, Super 8 and 16mm film to digital files that can be edited on your computer or uploaded to the internet for sharing with others. We can also create DVDs from your film transfer.


We can transfer your old VHS, 8mm, Hi 8 and miniDV tapes to DVD. We can digitize your video tape collection to a hard drive for editing on your home computer.


We provide a full range of video editing services. We can digitize BetaSP, Digibeta, DVCAM and 3/4" U-matic broadcast tape.


Let us scan your photos, negatives and slides. Your photographs and memories are scanned in house on our professional equipment by one of our skilled technicians. Your pictures stay with us and are NEVER sent out.

(615) 383-3150

SINCE 1976