Super 8mm cameras were first manufactured by Kodak in 1965 as a amateur film format and continued to be produced until the 1980s when production died with the introduction of video cameras. Although originally an amateur film format it has been used extensively to this day by artists and film makers alike. In recent years Super 8 has seen a resurgence in wedding videos due to its nostalgic look. In 2014 Logmar produced a new super 8 camera and Kodak will release a new super 8 camera in 2017.

November 11, 2017

kodachrome

View this post on Instagram Poor @kodak #Kodachrome #super8 forced to live the remainder of your life in black and white. #kodak #super8mm #filmisnotdead A post […]
May 14, 2017

Found Footage Kodachrome 8mm 1962

Kodak Kodachrome 8mm Motion Picture Film, 1962, Found Footage. Home Made DIY Telecine.
May 12, 2017

Kodachrome 8mm Found Footage

Found Footage. Kodak Kodachrome. Unknown Home Movie. 1960.
April 15, 2017

Kodak Kodachrome Double 8mm

Kodak Kodachrome Double 8mm Colour Movie Film. 25 Feet (7.62 m) Roll. Expiry Date: 1961. Some cool vintage stamps as well
February 16, 2017

Loop the loop found 8mm footage

Editing some Found Super 8 footage. Crazy plane doing loop the loops. Cirra 1970 Kodak Kodachrome.
December 21, 2016
kodachrome kodak film burn. Cameraless Animation. Video Artist. Craig Richards

Found Footage – 8mm Film. Fag Burn

Found Footage Kodak Kodakchrome 40 8mm. Burnt. DIY Telecine. Cameraless Animation. Craig Richards. 8mm Video Artist
July 31, 2016

Larry and his Flask LIVE @ Le Pub, Newport. Super 8mm

Larry and his Flask live @ Le Pub, Newport, Wales. 2014 Filmed on Kodak Vision 3 Super 8 Motion Picture Film Read more...Artist: Larry and His Flask Album: By the Lamplight Label: Xtra Mile Recordings Released: 2013
May 2, 2016

Jim and Sian Super 8 Wedding Film, Cornwall

Super 8 Wedding Video, Cornwall. Kodak Super 8 Film Music: Alt J, Breezeblocks
May 2, 2016

Start of Reel Super 8 Light Leak – Kodak 64t

Start of Super 8 Reel Light Leak – Super 8 Wedding Film, Cornwall – Kodak Ektachrome 64t Super 8. DIY Telecine.