The 70s Had it! They had funky clothes, cool looking aeroplanes, good films coming from Australia – and most importantly – film – 8mm film. Xorigin shot about 50 mins of video on 5dmk2 and 5dmk3, and 3mins20seconds of 8mm film. 3mins 10 seconds of 8mm film turned out spectacularly - it has that intangible analogue look – looking warmer and more beautiful than the latest 5d3 with L-series and Zeiss glass- even after the 8mm film was scanned at a much lower resolution than the 5dMk 3. For a look at the result, check out the trailer for the video at;
(this was before we had the 8mm film – stand-by for the final video).
The 8mm camera we used was the Canon 814 Super 8 there are more complex ones, and simpler ones. We also have the Bauer which has more features but needs a service, and my 16mm Beaulieu was gifted away a year ago.
Photo Credits: David at www.degeniephotography.com