Patrick Cooper Posted October 13, 2022 Share Posted October 13, 2022 On 8/16/2022 at 6:19 AM, Giray Izcan said: The format itself doesn't yield sharp and stable images regardless of the lens etc. Oh and it will cost you just as much as shooting on 16. Obviously, 16mm will provide higher quality footage compared to super 8 (especially true when shooting the same film stock in both formats.) There is no argument to that. But I wouldn't say that super 8 is incapable of producing sharp imagery. Yes, there is lots of soft super footage out there in existance. But there is a lot of sharp super 8 footage too. It's not going to look as sharp as 16mm but on the other hand, I wouldn't call it unsharp. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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