Super 8 Camera with Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi
How important is 8mm film? The Zapruder film, Stephen Spielberg’s first movie, and the invasion of normandy were all shot on 8mm film. Which means it’s high time someone turned a Super 8 into a digital camera with a Raspberry Pi. Here’s more from element14 presents:
One man’s trash is a maker’s treasure! Clem found a super8 camera in the trash and soon realized that the original analog films and the processing is crazy expensive nowadays. So he creates a replacement for the film cartridge that turns the super8 camera into a digital one!
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