When Kodak released the highly anticipated new Ektachome 100D in November of 2018, we were excited to receive our test rolls just a few weeks prior to the launch. We shot the film as a beta test and shared some select shots of our early results. As a company, we at Pro8mm are committed to the technology of Super 8 and not just selling a product. There are a number of things we feel our customers should understand before jumping into the new Ektachrome Super 8 film stock.
New HDR scanning is now available from Pro8mm. Production or Archival Footage can take advantage of this state of the art technology that allows for film to be scanned up to 4K HDR on our brand new Lasergraphics Scan Station. This is a fantastic new option for production or archival footage for High Dynamic Range film scanning that improves the details in shadow areas.
As part of our on going efforts to give clients an enjoyable, user friendly and efficient purchase experience, we are so excited to introduce our new On - Line Work Order / Digital Mastering Form. We have made some changes to the form and our policies from older versions so please read it carefully. The policy changes that we have made are so that we can serve you with optimum efficiency and quality.
Recently I saw a post on Instagram from someone saying that the biggest problem this person experienced with their super 8 film project was that it took "forever" to get the processed and scanned film back from the lab. The post got me thinking about how many filmmakers who want to use celluloid think that labs take "forever" to get the film processed and scanned.