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First Shots from a Canon Reflex Zoom 8-2

Early 2011 test roll on a knackered old Canon Reflex Zoom Standard/Double 8mm cine camera, the aperture is seemingly stuck wide open so everything was overexposed. Some nice effects though. Taken in Lincoln and Brighton.

jackpumpkinhead Filmed by jackpumpkinhead. These tags describe this LomoKino movie: 8, 8mm, 16mm, busker, sea, seaside, double, canon, uk, brighton, zoom, standard, lincoln, and reflex.

4 comments

  1. bendertherobot

    bendertherobot

    I love these effects. I m planning to buy 8mm cine camera. but first I bought projecter to watch old 8 mm rolls that i bought from flea market. this 8mm and 16mm experience makes me feel like how I felt when I first started analog photography. I m very excited! are you happy with your canon reflex?

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  2. jackpumpkinhead

    jackpumpkinhead

    @bendertherobot Thanks a lot for your like and comment, meatbag! that sounds pretty cool, did you know you can get an 8mm silent version of StarWars? Ha! Would love that! Yeah I love my Canon, even if the aperture is stuck wide open. The only thing I would say is that it's quite expensive to get developed, 4 mins of film with developing and scanning cost about £60 as I remember, so it kind of makes me frightened to waste it. But then if the LomoKino is about £17 for 30secs then I guess it's quite analagous (if you forgive the pun).

    (PS kill all humans.)

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  3. bendertherobot

    bendertherobot

    I didnt know about StarWars but definitely look for it. I m still looking for a nice affordable 8mm camera. Its expensive here too to get developed. they are sending your film to germany to develop.

    PS I support man-machine brotherhood. Wink

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  4. ghostblastoise

    ghostblastoise

    Everything about this movie is beautiful.

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