The Kodak Super 8 cinema camera is a popular film format camera that uses proprietary film cartridges to take videos back in the days. And when digital took the spotlight, film cameras took a back seat and became collectibles.
Enter Nolab’s Digital Super 8 project, a 5MP image sensor that’s designed to bring back the glory moments of your Kodak Super 8. It’s basically a digital cartridge that takes out some of the hassles that are associated with film.
Using the Nolab cartridge, you can capture 720p HD footage with a native aspect ratio of 4:3. Videos are stored into a removable SD card.
The creators of the Nolab Digital Super 8 Cartridge are already working on a prototype of the said project.
For the meantime, just leave your old Kodak Super 8 on its display shelf.