As far as I am aware come / stay but only KB and MF (GF) Movies
So unfortunately no 8mm films.
If nothing changes there.
And yes tube monitors and TV's are simply still top ;-))
In combination with NEM good old Atari 2600 and Ner round of Pac Man ---- who needs da ne PS3 already ;-)
MfG B. DeKid
Antwort von tatita:
Kodak has just been introduced yet in the Vision3 8mm if I'm not mistaken.
Antwort von Jan:
the numbers are quite good, but this is because the competition is only very slight. Fuji is still the toughest combatants, the ratio is almost 3:2 for Kodak.
Even Kodak is always adopted more of slide and negative variants. Zb are Kodachrome slide with no more ISO 400. Depending on the film, there are not synonymous any interference or the usual pictures more numbers. Kodak is quite satisfied with the current analog film sales as you can hear.
Antwort von B.DeKid:
Hmm may be, should now say skilled technical specialist, because I know me more so with DIA and MF from I such have before in nem small refrigerator always available because I quite often fall back on DIA or just MF (particularly containing MF).
** I can not hold for private matters digital back for my Mamiya afford ;-(**
MfG B. DeKid
Antwort von hannibalekta:
This message I am very happy. I think this one probably has. not at all so much to do with retro. I've dusted before 2 months, the old EOS 500N my parents and is now suddenly - almost only for film and development costs (apart from the fact that the camera on ebay would cost 40 ¬) Full-frame SLR to take photos, whose charm and vsderen dynamic range exceeds many DSLRs (undzwar eg around 2 stops, I think). That's great!