Individual frames of 8mm & Super 8 Motion Picture Film. Taken using my DIY Home Made 8mm and Super 8 Telecine Machine.
This is what happens if you put a cigarette on some Kodak 8mm celluloid film. DIY Telecine.
Start of Super 8 Reel Light Leak – Super 8 Wedding Film, Cornwall – Kodak Ektachrome 64t Super 8. DIY Telecine.
Experimental Super 8mm DIY Telecine. Cornwall. Kodak Ektachrome 64t. Nizo 801 Super 8 Camera.
DIY Telecine, Light Leak.
Shot on Nizo 801 Super 8 Camera and Kodak Tri X Super 8mm Motion Picture Film.
Start of reel light leaks. Bride and Grooms private moment together before speeches.
DIY Telecine. Experimenting removing the orange cast of negative film. Finding negative film a lot harder to transfer than reversal film.
Image comparison. Frame grab from a Super 8 Wedding Video shot on a roll of Kodak Tri X Super 8 Motion Picture Film. DIY Telecine vrs Paid Telecine.
My DIY Telecine frame grab (below). Click on images for higher resolution.
Frame grab from the Telecine I originally paid for (below), (by no means the best quality telecine available at the time, despite what the owners may have said)
Frame taken from Cornish and Welsh couple, Harvey and Gemma’s wedding video. Shot on a grey day in Cardiff, Wales. Kodak Tri x Super 8 film.