Kerry Decker TV Show: Old Movie Cameras (1982)

More highlights from my "NightLife Show" which ran on local cable TV in FL from 1980-1986. This condensed episode features a look at two old hand-cranked mov...

Nolab Digital Super 8 Cartridge to Breathe New Life into Old Super ...

A lot of film people have deep connections to Super 8 cameras, once the medium of choice for everyone from film school students to porn directors. But it’s getting harder and harder to actually use the things, as stocks of film cartridges dwindle.

To the rescue comes Nolab , a project to build a digital adapter that will allow any Super 8 camera to shoot 720p HD video.


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