Kodak Introduces Analog Super 8 camera




Kodak is introducing at CES a Super 8 camera. The camera can, as the name suggests, analog images on Super 8 film. The camera should be part of a broader initiative to reduce the analog film.

Who buys a cartridge with 15m film, thereby also buys right off the development of the film. Users can send the film to a lab, and the film developed is reflected in both analog and digital form. The digital version is on a server where users can access with a password, said Kodak.

The Super 8 camera combines both old and new elements. As the battery is charged via a USB port, there is a TFT-LCD of 3.5 “in the viewfinder and the camera has interchangeable lenses via a c-mount, it says in the specs.

The first Super-8 camera was released in 1965 and this autumn the new version to be released in limited edition. A variant to a wider public should follow in 2017. The camera will include support from directors like Steven Spielberg and JJ Abrams, whose recently Star Wars: The Force Awakens came out. The Force Awakens Abrams shot on 35mm film. Abrams made ​​in 2011 a tribute to the Super-8 film camera.

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