I was so hoping for 16mm!!!
Kodak Super 8, the coolest filmmaking gadget you couldn't have possibly used in 2016. Spot on.
Out late, late, summer???
You can get a blank gun for under $100 and fire blanks- for those of you that find these effects underwhelming.
I am wondering if any filmmakers out there have experimented with artificially limiting shooting ratio to simulate a filmmaking experience with video that has limitations more similar to film? As in, "we only have X amount of cards or gigabytes, and we aren't going to dump them once they're full." I had considered doing this before, but have never actually committed to it. Some films might blossom under such pressures.
Weird strobe-like motion issues from the sensor claiming to fix motion issues.
Blown out highlights from sensor claiming to improve dynamic range (at 1:30 look at boy's hair). Is this 100% pure snake oil???