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.

27/01/2013

Canon 310xl Super 8 Camera

Canon 310xl Super 8 Camera, a set on Flickr. The amazing Canon 301xl Super 8 Camera. Has a super fast f/1 lens, 3 x zoom, macro, […]
15/01/2013

Matt and Chris Super 8mm Wedding Film

Matt and Chris Super 8 Wedding Video CornwallSuper 8mm wedding of Matt and Chris, 21-07-2012. Rosteague, Portscatho, Cornwall. Cameras:  Nizo 801 / Canon 1014xls / Canon 310xl […]
13/01/2013

Andy & Jess Cornish Wedding Film (Super 8mm). Crasken Eco Farm, Cornwall.

Super 8 Wedding Film, CornwallAndy and Jess Super 8 Wedding Film – Falmouth, Cornwall (02/07/10) This video was my wedding present for my good friends Andy […]
13/01/2013

DONT FEED THE SEAGULL’S (Newlyn, Cornwall. Super 8mm)

Don't Feed The Seagulls. Super 8 film by Craig Richards. Made in Cornwall, UK.
13/01/2013

“The technology of yesterday becomes the art form of today”

Shoot Super 8!!! “The technology of yesterday becomes the art form of today” Marshall McLuhan, 1911 – 1980