Whats up guys!
So I inherited a super 8mm camera a few years ago from my college. I finaly looked into it more and It turns out that what I have is the best camera canon ever made in this format. It was used in commercials and movies all the time.
I present to you my canon 1014XL-S super 8mm film camera!
Im planning to do a little short film using this baby and Im going completely crazy over this new film world. I ordered two different filmstocks: vision 3 200t color negative film and ektachrome 1000D color reversal film. Im going to do tests with this so I can chose my ideal film stock for shooting outdoors in sunny winter. im starting off with the hardest light situation, I know!
So now that you are informed on what I have and want to do, I have some questions. I have looked into developping the rolls that I will film and have figured out that it will be costly. one part that confuses me is the developping process. seems I have to make a positive and then get those digitalised. giving me two processing costs and two shipping bills.
SO does anyone know a way arround this or where the best place to go would be?
have any advice or insight?
I would love to hear general stories about shooting any type of film and the process.