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I’m Sorry, Kodak Wants How Much For Its New Super 8 Camera?

The original Super 8 camera inspires nostalgia in every greying beardo with aspirations to make a film. The format was introduced back in 1965, and before VHS camcorders killed it in the 80s, it was the film stock of choice for budding filmmakers and family life chroniclers. A new Super 8 camera released 30-some years after Super 8 effectively died seems like a fun idea for people eager to relive the glory days or escape digital. Except in a blog last week Kodak claimed this thing will cost anywhere from $2500 to $3000 (£1,812 to £2,174; UK pricing and availability TBA). Read More >>

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Kodak Swears It’s Not Giving Up on that Digital Super 8 Camera

Last year, one of the coolest things we saw at CES was a mock-up of Kodak’s digital Super 8 camera that recorded to actual Super 8 film. We were supposed to get more details in the spring and it was supposed to come out in the fall. And then the fall came and went and we heard nothing. Read More >>

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Kodak Reveals a Digital Super 8 Camera That Records on Film… Wait What?!

Screw 360-degree film cameras on drones or Vines on 16-megapixel smartphones. Kodak’s going old school with these little beauties. The design is inspired by the Super 8 fad from half a century ago, and these new cameras that shoot film on, well, actual film. Read More >>

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How a Free iPhone App Helped Transform Leicestershire Into the American South

Back in the nineties I made music videos for a living, working with acts ranging from the Manic Street Preachers to The Osmonds, with budgets up to £120k. These days, when the fancy takes me, I do it just for fun, with budgets more akin to 120 quid. Which brings me to My Darling Clementine -- their album of country duets in the ‘George and Tammy’ mould had been troubling radio stations on both sides of the Atlantic. Read More >>