Kodak has this week released highlights from footage captured using its new Kodak Super 8 camera, designed to breathe life back into the Super 8 film market. First unveiled back in CES 2016 the Kodak Super 8 camera has been designed by Yves Behar and is expected to cost between $2500 and $3000, if and when it makes the jump to the consumer market. Features of the Kodak Super 8 camera include a 3.5-inch LCD, variable speed control and C-mount lens support.
Kodak explains that the delay in launching the Kodak Super 8 camera has been mainly due to the loss of knowledge within Kodak about Super 8 cameras which will last manufactured a few decades ago. Kodak engineers are having to relearn lessons that at one time were common, accumulated knowledge in the industry. From idea of the footage you will be able to enjoy check out the Kodak Super 8 highlight reel below.
For more information on the Kodak Super 8 camera jump over to the official Kodak website by following the link below. As soon as any more information about a possible launch date is announced or comes to light we will keep you updated as always.
Source: Kodak : Kodak 8 : Engadget
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