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 Post subject: My Standard 8mm Family Movies
PostPosted: Tue Apr 04, 2017 10:13 pm 
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Hi all. I'm new to this forum. I would like to share some standard 8mm footageI took of my family back in 2003. I used a Kodak Brownie movie camera, Fomapan B&W standard 8mm reversal film and processed it in a Soviet Lomo tank. Recently had it digitized and thought to share:

https://youtu.be/YSYd0m3FlUU

https://youtu.be/IouwZ3bjQio


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 Post subject: Re: My Standard 8mm Family Movies
PostPosted: Wed Apr 05, 2017 7:41 am 
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Welcome to the Forum Adam. What few Standard 8 home movies I have seen have always seemed better than Super 8. I only shot one roll of Standard 8, and the camera was faulty in the single exposure button, as I wanted to try animation. The colour seemed better than my more expensive Super 8 camera. Maybe the orange filter was a different shade than on Super 8. Well done on home developing.


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Welcome, Adam, and excellent work on the films! What type of splitter did you use? I did a bit of developing back in the 60s and had a small wooden block with a razor blade in it. It did the job. And by any chance is the Brownie a plastic camera? I received one as a Christmas gift in 1964 and I took many reel of film with it (still have it.)


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