We are pleased to offer a wide range of Kodak Super 8 film stocks: colour and black-and-white, negative and reversal. Please see the descriptions and prices below.
Super-8 film comes in two types: Reversal and Negative. Reversal film is processed as a positive image for projection. Negative film is processed as an orange based negative for direct digital transfer or printing for projection.
THE MAIN DIFFERENCES IN NEGATIVE & REVERSAL FILM
Reversal film requires exact exposure because of limited latitude.
Reversal film was originally designed for projection.
Copy Prints are not readily available from Reversal Prints.
Reversal film is higher in contrast.
Negative film has a greater latitude for exposure.
Super-8, 16 & 35mm negative needs to have a print made for Projection.
Negative film can be telecined direct without a print.
Negative film is lower in contrast, offering more detail in shadow.
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