Are your childhood camcorder memories gathering worrisome mildew by the minute? Entrust your VHS-ed precious moments to the Mission's Video Transfer Center run by Jennifer Miko, a 2008 graduate of the L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation and a collaborator with the Image Permanence Institute. Miko, along with husband Buck Bito, boasts some of the best equipment in the biz — including a fancy-pants transfer system for 8mm and Super-8 that the center says is California's first and only. For a small fee, the team will inspect, repair, and transfer your film memories to a digital format that will last forever ... or at least until we figure out brain-to-brain info-beaming.
395 South Van Ness, SF. (415) 558-8815, www.videotransfercenter.com