Kodak has announced at this years CES 2016 it will be bring back the classic 'Super 8' video camera with a variety of modern digital features.
The initiative is meant to reintroduce the retro recording technology to a new generation of users, much like how vinyl records have experienced a similar resurgence. The new camera's been given a slimmed down redesign that's significantly smaller than the classic model. The new camera also features a 3.5 inch digital viewfinder, a built-in light meter, a user interface and is charged through a USB interface similar to more modern devices.
Where this new Kodak camera differs is that it still records on classic Super 8 film stock that maintains the same retro film quality. Users can send the footage off to Kodak, where it will be sent back in both original and digital form.
Digitized Retro Cameras
More Stats +/-
Vintage Camera Gadget Covers
Timepiece Miniature Printers
Mini Pro Cameras
Illuminated Photo Cubes