December 12, 2012

Kodak Not Down for the Count Yet, Announces a New Super 8mm Stock to Prove It

Maybe things aren't looking that bad for Kodak after all? The company looked like they were on the verge of collapse not too long ago, and by closing down some of its businesses and shuffling others around, it seems they may once again be solvent. Early last month they made a deal for interim and exit financing to continue functioning and finish reorganization (and leave Chapter 11) by the first half of next year. They've also introduced a brand new Super 8mm film stock -- though you'll have a difficult time actually finding a place to develop said film.

If you didn't see it, here's how the company is staying in business (at least for the time being):

[Kodak] has entered into a commitment letter to secure $793 million in Junior Debtor-in-Possession Financing with Centerbridge Partners, L.P., GSO Capital Partners LP, UBS and JPMorgan Chase & Co. to provide the company with additional case financing and establishes the ability to convert a substantial part of the facility into exit financing, enhancing its liquidity and securing a major component of the company’s exit capital structure. This financing is a key element in the steps to enable the company to successfully execute its remaining reorganization objectives and emerge from Chapter 11 in the first half of 2013.

Here's a little bit from their press release about the Super 8mm film:

Kodak is making its KODAK VISION3 50D Color Negative Film 7203 available in the Super 8 mm format. This fine-grained, daylight-balanced stock will be available in January 2013, giving filmmakers more options and flexibility for shooting on location. KODAK VISION3 50D film was introduced last year in the 35mm and 16mm formats. It is a low-speed color negative optimized for capturing images in natural or simulated daylight conditions...“There are a wide range of Super 8 users around the globe, and this gives them another stock for their toolbox,” says Kodak’s Mike Ryan, director of film technology for the Entertainment Imaging Division. “Now filmmakers turning to the small gauge format can take advantage of the finest grain motion picture technology on the market to craft the distinctive look they desire from a film captured image.”...With this addition to the Kodak Super 8 film portfolio, filmmakers can choose from three color negatives ranging in speeds from EI 50 to 500, or the KODAK TRI-X Black & White Reversal Film 7266.

With how grainy Super 8mm footage actually is when you're blowing it up, a stock like this will be good for mixing in with more higher resolution film stocks or digital due to the smaller grain size. Not many of you out there will still be shooting on Super 8mm (let alone any film at all), but for specialty productions, this should prove to be a fantastic-looking daylight film.

It's clear that the company is going to be relevant as long as major films are still being shot on celluloid. Kodak has so far survived on diversification, but many of the businesses that used to be a part of the company are now being shut down to make way for a leaner and meaner Kodak in 2013. I'm not really sure even with this debt financing how long Kodak will be able to continue their operations, but if things go as planned, they will still be making film well into (and through) next year.

Film is becoming less relevant the less it's used by major productions, and it won't be long before even the unconverted take a peak at digital and never turn back. If you've never touched the stuff before, now might be a better time than any, as labs are closing down operations left and right. For example, there aren't many labs still processing Super 8mm -- which is just another sign of the times. Motion picture film may not disappear tomorrow, but its future is entirely reliant on those high-end productions still using it.

What do you think of Kodak's situation, and that of film in general? Do you think you might be shooting on this new film stock? If not, have you shot film before?

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Joe and what camera could you use for that film stock?

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Pablo

You can pick up Super 8mm cameras at pretty much any garage sale around the country. Just on eBay you can find plenty of Super 8mm cameras for dirt cheap, many of them still working.

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Joe Marine
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Thank you Joe

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Pablo

They always have archiving.

December 12, 2012

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moebius22

They do, but it was always the print stock that kept celluloid financially viable, without 35mm prints for cinema being struck things get... sticky.

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Colum O'Dwyer

Got a super 8 camera and will be buying this film when it first comes outt, now to only find a place to develop it.

December 12, 2012

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Austin Burke

That's the problem with film, the developing costs.

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moebius22

I was once told they used to sell you a "develop it yourself" kit when buying Super 8mm film.
I bought a Canon "Canosound" 514-XLS a couple of months ago, cost me $30. It's like new, with film inside.

My main concern though is what would be the best way to digitize it!

December 12, 2012

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Ernesto

Hi Ernesto,
I have been working on transferring all of my 8mm film to HDSLR using a great tutorial on Vimeo by a guy called James Miller. Tutorial Link: https://vimeo.com/20950590.
It's taken a fair bit of setup, but still works out much cheaper and is much more enjoyable in my opinion than paying someone else a small fortune to do it.
My latest transfer can be seen here: https://vimeo.com/55479772

It's great news that Kodak are releasing new reels, and while it's not commonplace to get these developed anymore (in the UK at least), there are places that will do it. I had a quick Google and found a place that still does it for about £15 a reel :)

December 13, 2012

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That's great! Thanks for the info. I actually wondered about using the old telefilm but didn't think it would be up to par in image quality terms mainly because of dynamic range limitations, but it looks like it works just fine!
I have a friend that found an 8mm projector and got it fixed. It'll take some time, but we'll try it.

One thing though: the LED source might have to be different, because I noticed that in your Super8 material there's a subtle rolling band effect due to the LED frequency (or so I understand). But like I said, it looks great otherwise, that's a great way to digitize this material. Thanks again!

December 13, 2012

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Ernesto

Leighton Gill, that was awesome man. Thanks for sharing that, so cool!

December 13, 2012

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Austin, there's a site called pro8mm.com and they're whole business is based around keeping the format alive. I believe they process and transfer 8mm as well as sell it. You should definitely check it out.

December 12, 2012

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Jonathan

Pro8mm is a reputable and awesome company.
They scan with a Millenium II or an old school Ursa Diamond.
Choose your framing, speed, space & formats. ( compressed, uncompressed HD & SD masters)
Drop off a Drive with your film and you'll be ready to edit when you pick up. And they are quick.
Only thing is you'll pay, there's not too many labs around and its gonna cost ya. But it's worth it when you get your footage back and see how beautiful emulsion works.
Just received 500t/7219 and the Tri-X today and I'm really happy.
Cant wait to try out this new stock!
Happy shooting friends

December 13, 2012

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Kyle

Buying a used Film camera is cheap but knowing how to use the tool is a different story! Unless you plan to shoot everything in auto mode!

I have received my dad's 36 years old Canon 1014 Electronic film camera for a few months now and have bought few Vision 3 films and the TRI-X Black & White Reversal Film 7266 for my future personal project. Having all the tools are great but lack of information how to shoot the camera in manual is not easy since we are not dealing with digital format. Yes I have the booklet manual and it helped me to understand some of the low light and shutter angle knowledge. Yes I can shoot with auto mode but it will be a waste of time to shoot and learn this way. It is wonderful to learn Kodak is back and for sure I will be investing more super 8mm film. For anyone want to shoot with film, I think it is a very good training tool but finding old camera model to work with new film stock information can be a challenge. My 2 cents.

December 13, 2012

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Why would they cancel color reversal film then? Super 8mm Stock, huehuehuehue... I called it long time ago. In the future Kodak will be like those super-vintage hipster boutiques, that produce vinyl records and all the nostalgic things related. Hey, it there's a market for it, great...

Good job, Kodak... good... job....

December 13, 2012

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Natt

As far as I know, they only cancelled the still photo reversal stock. Their cine reversal,100D Ektachrome 5285/7285 is still available in 35, 16 and super 8. I always keep a few rolls in my bags, they have beautiful color rendition although poor dynamic range (compared to Visions neg), and are easy to hand-process at home.

December 13, 2012

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my bad, just got the news, oh well.

December 13, 2012

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I shot super 8 as a kid in the 70's and loved it. I even had an editing station thing with a magnifying window and splicing tape. Poignant for me to read this...Kodak was a truly amazing company in that era, the Apple of its day.

December 13, 2012

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Peter

Shot part of a short a year or two ago on super 8 kodak plus-x reversal 7265, and I still have not found a place that can develop and scan the film for a reasonable cost. the medium is dead.

December 13, 2012

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john jeffreys

I just received a Beaulieu 4008zm as an early xmas present... What an excellent way to inaugurate it in 2013 with a new negative stock... and a fine grained one at that!

PS, vinyl and super8 aren't around ONLY for nostalgia! Vinyl in my collection isn't there for crackles and pops or what people call that "warm sound"-- I buy vinyl because of the midrange and low frequencies simply missing from CD's and mp3's... I'm rebuying albums I bought on CD in the 90's because of quality, not nostalgia. And super8, when exposed correctly and with the right gear, looks like nothing else out there. And I've put my DSLR's through every super8 filter and grain pack out there... it might give a similar look, but it's no cake walk-- no matter how much you degrade it, it won't get that exact super 8 look... You can see my kodachrome music video here (ok, that one was shot to look like a nostalgic throw-back, fair enough, but I do use super8 in my films to illustrate other elements too!) which has one brief DSLR shot in there, everything else is pure Kodachrome and Super8 Vision2 Negative (200T) shot on a Bauer and a Bell & Howell www.vimeo.com/firetrial/kodachrome

December 13, 2012

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So they did indeed stopped making color reversal super 8?

December 13, 2012

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Earnest reply

P.PS. in europe, you have Andec in Berlin for processing and telecine prep, and Screenshot-Berlin for ProRes scans in 4:2:2 HQ 1080p. And the latter costs just under 4euros per minute of footage!

December 13, 2012

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...it`s cool for people like me, who actually live in Berlin, but if I was too far to drop and pick it up myself I would be very nervous to send it by mail...

December 13, 2012

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Mariano

I am a man of celluloid and this is going to be a great filmstock that I will use on my Nizo 6080 (purrs like a cat). I've got my super 8 and regular 16mm processed at Spectra Film and Video in North Hollywood, CA. Speak with Doug. Also Pro 8mm is in the same neighborhood. Check them out as well.

December 13, 2012

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Michael

Kodak will be very pleased to read some of these comments. Very positive about negative film.

December 13, 2012

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animal_264

In the states these guys are great: http://www.pro8mm.com/super-8-film-processing.php

December 13, 2012

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I have a Canon 1014 xl-s that i bought from a site called super8arena.com. A bit pricey but the camera was in excellent condition, I used http://cinelicious.tv/ when I had a few test rolls processed and digitized. They've got some really cool videos on their website.

December 13, 2012

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Daniel Syvertsen

http://cinelicious.tv/we-love-film/small-formats

8mm and ultra16mm (good for old 16mm cheap cam)

December 13, 2012

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guto novo

i did not see daniel syvertsen comment. sorry the double link!

December 13, 2012

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guto novo

I live in Rochester, so this is interesting news to me. The local comunity college has been talking about buying some of the Kodak lot for a new campus. A few years ago Kodak started knocking down their empty buildings so they didnt have to pay taxes on them. I honestly think that if they dont start making digital soon, or give people a reason to shoot film they will not be with us much longer.
It is nice to hear they are making some new film but it is not going to help them that much. Maybe this is just the tip of the iceburg and they have a bunch of new products in R&D? I hope so but doubt it.

December 13, 2012

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Zach

i haven't touched Super8 for almost 10 years and probably never will again, but it's awesome to see the company still producing new & useful stocks. After seeing Killing Them Softly last night I read on IMDb that it was the first feature to use Kodak's new 500T 5230 stock, which I think looked incredible.

December 13, 2012

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Unfortunately, this isn't really an indicator of financial health, likely it's due to two reasons-- cushioning the blow of their announcement that same day that they've discontinued their cine Ektachrome 100D, the last of their reversal camera films (a longtime favorite of low-budgeters with limited post resources), which was mildly heartbreaking to hear for those of us who learned filmmaking on celluloid... and reason two being that they're selling very little 16mm stock nowadays, so any way to get it off the shelves is worth trying. But it's great to have 50D for super8... with a sharp lens, it can give you a nice "pre-1990s 16mm" look due to its tight grain.

Btw, for anyone looking to buy a super8 camera, I'd recommend you get one with manual aperture, which was a relatively uncommon feature.

December 13, 2012

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This is actually a really, really useful addtion to the Super-8 arsenal. Most Super-8 cameras are dumbed down by design to only recognize ISO 40 & 160 speed films, which is encoded in notches on the film cartridge. With the demise of Kodachrome & Ektachrome 64, there weren't really any films that would expose correctly in "standard" cameras. If you wanted correct exposure, you had to buy a "pro-level" camera, which in 2012 is a complete waste of money, IMO.

With ISO 50 being about 1/4 stop faster than 40, and vision 3 being a negative film, suddenly you can go out and shoot quality footage with any old (working) camera you find.

BTW, you can still get E100D color reversal film.

December 13, 2012

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RogerG

It's over for film. Why don't Kodak accept it. None of my clients want film, havn't wanted for ages. Clients pay the bills. Once the 4K cameras really take hold ( RED and Alexa are doing pretty well from what I can see) then 35mm will be dead in the water.Most other clients are perfectly happy with the amazing images our small portable HD cameras are giving us ( Check out the trailer for a feature I shot in the Himalayas for less than $8000 http://www.wolfhimalayanfilm.com/ ) Digital has liberated film making allowing hi quality at a low cost. Its a no brainer. As I understand it no TV networks will commission in 16mm so that's another death blow for film. Processing film is also a messy, dirty old business - not saying digital is perfect but those chemicals are not exactly environmentally friendly. As for a super 8 look - there are enough plug ins to make this work digitally so I am not sure what the point of paying $50 for 3 minutes of stock and processing really is. Please feel to correct me if I am wrong - but having worked in film for 20 years as a stills photographer the only downside I can see of digital is storage costs and the fact I never get to print/edit enough of my material because you can afford to shoot so much. Point made.

December 13, 2012

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martin

IT'S NOT ABOUT CLIENTS YOU SILLY CAPITALIST

December 13, 2012

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john jeffreys

Martin,

Everyone's glad you found your medium, but to bash another person's personal choice is silly and, frankly, immature. Why take film's longevity as a personal affront? If you don't want to use it, don't; it's as simple as that, but spare us the fan boy talking points. As someone who works in film and digital, I am glad it's still around to give me a choice, and not simply have some uniform product shoved down my throat.

I am sincerely tired of the insecure people who feel threatened by a mature, proven media and endlessly harp on their technological beliefs like some religious dogma.

Get over it, please!

December 13, 2012

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Frank

Frank you are absolutly right. I work with both medium regularly and am glad to see I have a bit more choice, although I rarely use super8 anymore, except for artistic or home movie (yes home movie, I refuse to film any family archive digitally, as I know it will disapear in a hard drive and I will never look at it). Print is dead, Kodak needs to realize that and drastically reduce it's production in that sense, but film aquisition still has a good few years left, not forever probably, but digital ironically opened up a world of possibilty for film with the DI workflow, Scanning film offer a perfect image with the ease of the digital post-production workflow and delivery. As per Martin's point about digital being enviroment friedly, this could not be further from the truth! photo chemicals are actually quite green(relative to other industrial chems), and when recycled and disposed properly the footprint on the environment is minuscule, landfills however are filling up quickly on out of date camera's that "expire" after only 2-3 years, computers, hard drives, etc. far more damageable unfortunately.

December 13, 2012

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I can understand how many film stock fans can be sensitive (and perhaps a bit defensive) on the subject of film dying out. Frankly, what Martin said was not really bashing film (nor those who use it); he was just stating the fairly obvious (practical advantages of digital, that more than make up for the artistic advantages of film). I don't believe anyone here is arguing the film's bright and long future. Even the most emotional defenders of the medium concede that there are probably only a few good years left for the medium.

Right now, for me, the only significant major advantage of the medium (over digital) is its latitude. You can comfortably over- and under-expose film without losing visual information. In other words, the dynamic range gives you much more room for maneuvering in situations with strong contrast. Digital sensors simply aren't yet there. Otherwise, the sheer number of pixels, and their individual bit depth, allow for so much detail in the visual information that you can manipulate that image into anything you want.

For Kodak, being on the ropes, introducing another film stock (and especially Super-8) today clearly means that this is not a strategic, long play. For Super 8 fans out there, it is a wonderful moment. Still the reality remains, and it is that not many years down the road, we'll all be nostalgically reminiscing of the technology, workflow, obstacles, frustrations, as well as the artistic gratification that film used to give.

Vinyl seems to have stayed alive despite the practicality of CD (and subsequent digital formats). I'm not quite sure, though that Super 8 (or any other film format, for that matter) will be able to avoid the ultimate fate. In order for vinyl to remain viable, all that was necessary was some vinyl press to stay in business. Turntables are still alive, and few makers still make them (it is quite cheap to do it), and some demand remains for the format. With film, in addition to some Kodak of this world (that would continue making it), one would need some lab to continue to process it, and that represents the level of inconvenience that will be difficult to justify, just for the sake of keeping the format alive.

We have all been observing the enormously rapid pace of advance of digital image acquisition technology (think back only five years -- the emergence of AVCHD, for example). It is obvious that the pace won't slow down. It makes sense to expect the digital imaging devices to continue to increase pixel count, and, hopefully, the dynamic range (the only serious disadvantage vs. the film). In parallel, the computing devices will continue to make digital video less and less of a CPU burden, storage will continue to get less expensive and more accessible, and, most likely, all current perceived advantages of film will be erased. There is no reason to doubt that the pace of changes would significantly slow down. Therefore, the realistic expected life of film as a medium caon't be too long. Single-digits, most likely (in years).

December 14, 2012

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Predrag

Cinelab in Massachusetts. They did a great job for me. Good student discount and great telecine. I shot 10 rolls of super 8mm and had them process and scan for a great rate. I would highly recommend them if you plan to telecine. Very helpful and a good turn around.

December 13, 2012

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Ohh yeah... Here's the link http://www.cinelab.com/8mm.html

December 13, 2012

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In Canada, Niagra film labs in Toronto processes vision 3 stocks in super 8, and they still print 16mm, also a bunch of other services, and they quite affordable, with student discounts, and various discount association with filmaking groups around Canada.

you can also process by hand btw... I do this quite often. Of course you won't get the clean pristine film result of a lab, specially not on your first try, but I manage to get very good result. C-41 color process is easy and relatively cheap to get and is very similar to the the cine equivalent used by labs, you just have to get dirty and remove the protective backing at the end...

December 13, 2012

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No use for it my self Digital gets better every month And I like the digital look when done properly.
for me film is pretty much dead. It's all in the lighting. Just using film it will not make it look like a movie. We all know or should know that the lighting is the thing that gives the depth and texture people associate with the movies.

December 13, 2012

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Gary Simmons

I really don't get this release, how come Kodak aren't using its many patents to create some thing to the digital era? Every kid out there wants a DSLR ..... I'm sure many would love to play with 8mm but the developing is the issue.... Kids today don't have that kind a patience lol,

And I'm sure they think it would be easier to shoot digital and run it through magic bullet any way

December 13, 2012

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Nigel Thompson

This year I bought a Bolex and projector. Sold the projector and bought a telecine unit. Now i can convert family 8mm films (going back to the 1950's), plus my 8mm and Super8 films. Then I plan to open a conversion service ("film2files") that does frame-by-frame transfer to ProRes 422 onto SDHC cards.

The problem Kodak and other Super8 companies and I face is that there are few ways to let the younger "digital" generation know about low-cost film techniques and services. For example, I could write an eBook on shooting film, but marketing it in our digital world would be very hard.

Since there are few discussions of film -- congratulation for posting this good news -- few people know about it, and so each year less film is shot. Really, nothing looks like film, especially Super8. It has a unique esthetic -- as all those who posted they were using film are well aware of.

Lastly, shooting film does not mean you don't also shoot digital movies.
Steve Mullen

December 13, 2012

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Steve Muulen

Awesome news! As one who cut his teeth on Super 8, this is great! I have several S8 cameras, rigged for time-lapse, (using windshield wiper delays and(or) a dedicated Minolta intervelometer). These are great for time-lapse work, where the <3 minute running time roll is not as big an issue. Can't wait to hack my Eumig projector...

December 13, 2012

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Although only the most sophisticated technicians and artists are aware of or fully appreciate it, the inescapable distinction between film and digital is the random size and positioning of silver particals as opposed to the well ordered mapping of pixels in rows and columns. However, the more sensitive viewer will subliminally recognize the random pattern as real and the well ordered pixels as artificial. As a photo interpreter analyzing aerial photos of possible enemy encampments, those with truly random camouflage patterns looked like a real forrest, while those with poor or no camouflage stood out like a sore thumb and were easily targeted and destroyed. We may not be concious of the distinction, but our brains and our "gut" tell us that film images are more 'real' than digital images. Costs more in materials and learning curve, but for those who'll go the extra mile to get a little closer to perfection, film will always be around.
Also:
Cine equipment that's cheaper than pro houses and costlier (but much more reliable) than yard sales:
http://www.mediamestro.net/equipment.htm

December 13, 2012

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Ooooops! that shold have been: http://www.mediamaestro.net/equipment.htm

December 13, 2012

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yesssssssssssssssssss!
Kodak we love you!
I'll be using it.

December 14, 2012

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gillian

Besides having more colours and making a variety of skin tones all look beautiful without much work, film has a few practical benefits.
Only a little while ago a client whose music video I made with 8mm film contacted me desperately because his hard drive crashed and the tape backup of his video had gone north (magnetically speaking). Fortunately I still had the camera originals which he had rescanned to HD to redo his music video.
If you would like to see what 8mm film can look like with out the scratches and jumps ect go to
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-M-n8objeA&feature=share&list=UUmLD708Vo...
This video of the Egyptian museum was shot entirely on a variety of Kodak 8mm film stocks and transferred to DVCAM. In 2003 HDV or HD for small operators was not a viable option then.
The beauty of having your origination on film is that it can be rescanned to HD today.
Yes it is more expensive initially and can be quite scary to work with at first but I would hate to see it gone forever

December 14, 2012

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Patrick

It may be inevitable, but the demise of film is sad. It's as if watercolor paint was slipping away - forever. Tarantino recently announced that he'd prefer to quit filmmaking then be forced into digital. And I can kind of see why.

December 15, 2012

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Josh

Well, folks,a brief moment of reflection would allow you to notice that Vision 500 is an EXISTING neg stock in 35 & 16mm, so slitting it down and perforating it with existing S8 production facilities IS actually a cost effective way of introducing a "new" S8 stock.

Color reversal stocks are gone, but Kodak is wisely making the best of a bad situation in this instance.

I thought myself a few weeks ago that they were finished, but when they announced their willingness to spin-off the film division from the parent company, hope was renewed.

How, or why, the continuation of film profoundly disturbs some people is a total mystery to me. Film will stand or fall on its own econonomic and aesthetic merits, but to paint this simplistically as an issue of nostalgia and technophobia is absurd.

The most skilled technicians I know value both film and digital and are highly skilled in both mediums. They produce "moving images" and don't bring the level of discourse down to fashionable techno-bashing, but use the tool that works the best to deliver their message to the masses.

December 16, 2012

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Frank

cinegrain is a nice alternative, not as good as kodak but still a good option

December 17, 2012

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RR thomas

Whilst this new stock is a good thing, its a real shame Kodak never made a decent attempt to market reversal colour properly for years. People remained in dis-belief that such a thing still existed in the last decade until i turned up with the stuff and filmed with it. When you look at the clever marketing behind 'lomography' I really think its a shame that Kodak missed a trick. Now that colour-reversal is gone, i really dont think i am ever going to use this negative stuff - its just too expensive to get onto a screen.

January 31, 2013

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This 50D for small format cinematography is great news for the many still-loyal film shooters out there, and there are many. Just try buying a decent Super 8 or 16mm camera on Ebay, only to discover that there are a number of other interested parties, usually with more than sufficient funds to ruin your day!

I've already gotten hold of several rolls of 50D, and I can't wait to try it out. HD scans of of properly shot Super 8 footage burned to Blu-Ray can yield amazing results on 16x9 TVs.

Never mind nostalgia, FILM is still the highest resolution capture format in existence. For dynamic range and color gamut, film leaves even high-end DSLR sensors in the dust. Thanks to the mass exodus of mid-tier filmmakers to embrace digital, even once astronomically-priced 35mm motion picture cameras are now within reach of aspiring FILMmakers everywhere.

For mere hundreds, not tens of thousands, I was able to purchase a perfectly-functioning 35mm camera, along with 5 accompanying lenses. For a mere fraction of the cost of a pricey HD cam or DSLR, I'm finally realizing my long-time dream of shooting 35mm footage. Presently, I'm stocking up on low-cost Kodak and Fuji motion pictures stocks that are readily available via Craigslist & Ebay, in preparation for shooting my first micro-budgeted feature.

For those who have always dreamt of shooting the real thing, a rare window of opportunity has opened up that may not stay open very long. Take the plunge. The sheer exhilaration of hearing that film racing through the camera is something that simple words cannot express. If you're bored of running with the pixelated pack, see what Welles, Ford, Peckinpah and Kubrick found so utterly intoxicating.

Film might just be the fix you're looking for...

March 18, 2013

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i want super 8 projector and camera and films 8mm thank you

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jawad

That info made my day! Thank God you are back in buisness! My first ever shooting experience back in the 80`s was on Kodak Super 8mm. Years later, being a pro, I`ve shot miles of footage on 35mm. Nothing like Kodak. Simply film is no match to all that digi shit. Film is not about pixels - its all about the feeling and digi has nothing to do with it. And I don`t really think that digi is cheaper at the end of the day. So lets hope that spectators also miss Film.

September 13, 2013

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George Tornev

yeah, right

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