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#1 Travis Cline

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Posted 17 July 2010 - 05:16 PM

We are shooting a spot in Mallorca soon and we want to shoot some Super 8. Does anyone know of somewhere in Spain, or nearby, that develops Super 8? Also, is there a place in Spain that sells Kodak stocks in Super 8, aside from the stocks Kodak typically sells? I'd love to find somewhere that sells the 7213 or 7207 recut to fit a Super 8 camera.

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#2 Oliver Christoph Kochs

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Posted 18 July 2010 - 04:38 PM

Welcome in 2010, Travis...
Number of Super8 cartridges found for sale on Mallorca: Zero.
Super 8 Daylight Color Negative stock from Kodak in foot / meters: Zero.
Number of spanish labs doing overnight processing of 7207 or 7213 in Super 8: Zero.

Pro8mm does offer daylight stock in S8 cartridges. Wittner also offers Fuji 250D as 200 ft rolls in S8 perforation.
Shoot 16. It's no big deal and probably just as affordable.
Best of luck, Oliver.
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#3 Alessandro Malfatti

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Posted 18 July 2010 - 08:53 PM

You can get super8 reversal in color and black and white in at least one place in Barcelona. For development I've heard about a lab in Madrid, or you send it to Germany (Andec, for example).
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Posted 19 July 2010 - 06:46 PM

Wittner also sell the Pro8 stocks of re-cut Kodak negative. I would suggest using Andec for processing. Yes, for not much more you could shoot on 16mm, but shooting on 16 isn't the same as shooting on super 8. There are reasons one might want to use one gauge over the other for a particular project. Could be the more inconspicuous camera, could be the auto iris, could be due to non-cinematographers using the camera, could be a transport thing, could be a speed of shooting thing. Use whatever is most appropriate.
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Posted 20 July 2010 - 08:56 AM

We are shooting a spot in Mallorca soon and we want to shoot some Super 8. Does anyone know of somewhere in Spain, or nearby, that develops Super 8? Also, is there a place in Spain that sells Kodak stocks in Super 8, aside from the stocks Kodak typically sells? I'd love to find somewhere that sells the 7213 or 7207 recut to fit a Super 8 camera.

Thanks all

Travis



check out www.onsuper8.org is has a listing of most all of the labs and transfer houses around the world. Also, buy super 8 negative direct from Kodak. They are now offering 7213 in super 8. A recan into a refurbished cart can be very grainy and unreliable. Buy fresh from Kodak, it is often the best price also.
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#6 Revelado Reversible

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Posted 01 September 2010 - 11:45 PM

We are shooting a spot in Mallorca soon and we want to shoot some Super 8. Does anyone know of somewhere in Spain, or nearby, that develops Super 8? Also, is there a place in Spain that sells Kodak stocks in Super 8, aside from the stocks Kodak typically sells? I'd love to find somewhere that sells the 7213 or 7207 recut to fit a Super 8 camera.

Thanks all

Travis


Hello friends, we have a laboratory in Spain (low price):

http://www.revelador...sible.webs.com/

Regards.
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