Is super 8 film also 35mm?

Answer No. The "8" in "super 8" actually refers to the width of the film stock, which is 8mm. The original 8mm film format was, in fact, 16mm wide and would run through a camera twice, capturing frames on... Read More »

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I am looking for a scanner that will not only scan 35mm but also scan negatives from a 120 film cartridge.?

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Which part of 35mm film measures 35mm?

With respect to "still" photography (i.e. not movies) the answer is no part.I derives the moniker from the fact that roll film first used in what we know of as the 35mm format was intended for movi... Read More »

How to Convert a DVD to a 35mm Film?

With the proliferation of cheap digital film-making methods, many production companies are choosing to go direct to DVD. But if the option to distribute to theaters arises, not every venue has digi... Read More »

Is 35mm film obsolete now?

I'm surprised with the answers. In the spanish subforum, everyone would think the opposite.It isn't. It's used for making 90% or more of the films/movies almost everywhere; as someone said above. I... Read More »