VHS-C is a compact camcorder version of VHS and is perhaps most often remembered for its often temperamental adapter cassette. Due to the small size of the format, VHS camcorders of the late 1980's and 1990's were VHS-C. Despite the success of VHS, this format was never particularly successful, largely losing out to Video 8. While having comparable video quality, Video 8 had a considerably longer running time.
VHS-C suffers from the same issues as the larger VHS, they deteriorate over time, from mould and other factors. There is also the issue of technology, VHS recorder are not available new and will become increasingly rare and more expensive in good working condition.
Transfer to DVD or memory stick - £12.00 per tape
If the tape is longer than 2 hours, there is an additional charge of £5.00.