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#1 trevor lamountain

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 08:14 PM

Hello everyone, I just recieved a bunch of old super8 stuff from my friend and i want to start experimenting with it. My bauer c1 m super seems to be the most properly functioning of the bunch, but it can only shoot black and white.

I was wondering if there were any labs or companies that develop b&w super 8?

if not, i could get the supplies to develop it myself but i would prefer to send it to someone else.


thanks!
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Posted 14 March 2010 - 10:07 PM

Hello everyone, I just recieved a bunch of old super8 stuff from my friend and i want to start experimenting with it. My bauer c1 m super seems to be the most properly functioning of the bunch, but it can only shoot black and white.

I was wondering if there were any labs or companies that develop b&w super 8?

if not, i could get the supplies to develop it myself but i would prefer to send it to someone else.


thanks!
-Trevor




www.cinelab.com,they will process and transfer if you want. Why can the camera only shoot black and white. There really isn't any reason for it not to shoot color film. I think that there are chemicals available to do it at home. It being a small gauge film, shouldn't be that hard.
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Posted 15 March 2010 - 08:50 PM

www.cinelab.com,they will process and transfer if you want. Why can the camera only shoot black and white. There really isn't any reason for it not to shoot color film. I think that there are chemicals available to do it at home. It being a small gauge film, shouldn't be that hard.


its a very inexpensive camera and can only meter for 40t or 100t not the 64t of ecktachrome
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