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The Film Development

The Film Development Kodak is bringing back its nostalgic Super 8mm film camera with the help of designer Yves Behar and his company, Fuseproject. A favorite of households throughout the ’70s and ’80s ...

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Kodak is bringing back its nostalgic Super 8mm film camera with the help of designer Yves Behar and his company, Fuseproject.  A favorite of households throughout the ’70s and ’80s, the new camera will come with the standard housing for Super 8mm film cartridges (yes, you’ll need to mail them out to be developed), but will also offer the internal workings of a state-of-the-art digital camera. The bonus here is that film buffs can shoot both digital and real film movies in the same compact device. The new camera looks just like the vintage version designed in the late ’60s, though it does have a few grip updates for more practical use, including a hidden microphone inside. The outer shell will come in a few different colors, such as black and beige, and a series of professional lenses will be available as add-ons. A couple models will hit the market after summer. fuseproject.com

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