HOW TO USE A SUPER 8 MOVIE CAMERA
The popularity of Super 8 film cameras is on the rise. So what is it? It's a type of motion picture camera specifically manufactured to use the Super 8mm motion picture format. The camera was produced for use in the creation of home movies and amateur film making.
Super 8 cameras are known for their small size, ease of use, and relatively low cost. They typically use cartridges of Super 8 film, with each holding about 3 minutes of footage and can be easily loaded and unloaded from the camera. The film creates a unique, vintage aesthetic and the distinctive look of the Super 8 format. If you're looking for a nostalgic, retro vibe for your work - these vintage cameras are the perfect choice.
READY TO GET STARTED?
The first thing you'll want to do after purchasing your camera is to familiarize yourself with it. Many camera manuals are readily available online and found with a quick Google search. You'll want to understand how to load and unload the film, as well as how the basic functions of the camera work - aperture, focus, shutter speed, etc.