I'm trying to decide whether to shoot some day scenes in Super 8 or just shoot it digitally (DVX100 interlaced) and simulate the Super8 look in post. These scenes(flashbacks) are meant to match with the rest of the film that was shot in Super16. The final format is going to be on DVD and BetaSP. There's a chance that this might be projected in a theatre using DVD or Betasp.
I guess resolution wise, film is still better than digital, is it? Also there are two concerns here. Cost and more so on the types of shots that I have. Most of them are going to be panning shots. One of them will be shooting from inside the moving car looking and passing a boy standing on the sidewalk. Particularly, I'm wondering about the post-film look with this types of shots.
Anybody has experience or footages that was shot digitally but look super8 after post? I've access to cinelook in Aftereffects.
Thanks for any advise.
Edited by Daniel Tan, 14 March 2006 - 03:51 PM.