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Motion Film

8 MM FILM

Developed by:  Eastman Kodak
Launched on:  1932
Used for: Motion picture
a.k.a.: 8mm
Speed: 12, 15, 16 and 18 frames per second
Variations: Super 8, 16 mm film and 35 mm film

SUPER 8 MM FILM

Developed by:  Eastman Kodak
Launched on:  1965
Used for: Motion picture
Size: 8 mm width with smaller perforations than standard 8.
a.k.a.: Super 8 film Super 8
Speed: 18 frames per second
Variations: 8mm film, 16 mm film and 35 mm film

Super 16 MM FILM

Developed by:  Eastman Kodak
Launched on:  1930’s
Used for: Motion picture ( home movies, educational, news gathering, TV production and movie distribution)
Size: 16 mm width
Sound: silent, optical sound, magnetic sound.
Variations: 16 mm, Ultra 16 mm, 8mm and 35 mm

FILM REELS SIZE

To learn more about various film reel sizes, please go to the following link.

 

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