8 MM filmmaking

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This summer I'm going to be experimenting with 8 MM film. I've always worked in digital video or in still photographs, so this will be my first time working with movie film. If anyone has a recommendation on books or other literature so as to aid my experiments, please refer them to me.

Sincerely,
M. Woods

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8 MM filmmaking

This summer I'm going to be experimenting with 8 MM film. I've always worked in digital video or in still photographs, so this will be my first time working with movie film. If anyone has a recommendation on books or other literature so as to aid my experiments, please refer them to me.

Sincerely,
M. Woods

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Super 8mm cameras are fairly

Super 8mm cameras are fairly easy to come by. You can find them at antique shops, flea markets, camera shops, and online (eBay, craigslist, etc.). Most cost under $100 but the nicer models can run closer to $800.

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