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Thinking About the Analog Super 8 Film Experience?
5 Things You Should Know About Shooting Movie Film Today
Tip #2 Avoid Regular 8 Film

Although Regular 8 cameras look really cool, they are about as retro and mechanical as you can find. Regular 8 was introduced in 1932 during the depression as a home movie format that was less expensive than 16mm film. In this short video, Phil Vigeant, president of Pro8mm, the Super 8 film experts for over 30 years, explains why you should avoid shooting Regular 8 film today if you are looking to try the analog experience.

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