Filmstock in Super8-cartridges

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Filmstock in Super8-cartridges

  • Sound carts: At the moment there aren't any "pre-striped" Super8-films in sound-cartridges. Nevertheless Fipra offers to pre-stripe Super8-film. Unfortunately this will only be of help when you're able to refill empty sound-cartridges yourself or when you do own a Supermag 400 or a Beaulieu SuperDrive SD8/60. Another 60m/200ft magazine (Super8DM) was in development, but at the moment (2013), all work on it have been stopped.
  • 60m/200ft-cartridges: Unfortunately out of production for decades.

Current Films[edit]

Color Reversal[edit]

  • KAHL UT 18 (ISO 50 / 18° daylight (without filter), ISO 25/15° Tungsten 3200K (with Wratten 80A filter)
  • WITTNER Chrome 200D (ISO 200 / 24° daylight (without filter), ISO 50/18° Tungsten 3200K (with Wratten 80A filter) Attention: This film is based on a material that already has been discontinued by Agfa-Gevaert. So it will soon be out of production, too.

Color Negative[edit]

  • KODAK Vision3 500T 7219 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 500/28°, Daylight (with Wratten 85 filter): 320/26°)
  • KODAK Vision3 200T 7213 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 200/24°, Daylight (with Wratten 85 filter): 125/22°)
  • KODAK Vision3 50D 7203 (Daylight: ISO 50/18°)(Introduced in 2013 to replace Ektachrome 100D 7285)(Also available from Pro8mm as Pro8/03)
  • Pro8/03 (Daylight: ISO 50/18°)(Based on Kodak Vision 3 50D 7203)
  • Pro8/07 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 500/28°)(Based on Kodak Vision3 250D 7207)
  • Pro8/13 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 200/24°)(Based on Kodak Vision3 200T 7213)
  • Pro8/19 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 500/28°)(Based on Kodak Vision3 500T 7219)

Black and White Reversal[edit]

  • KAHL UP 24 (ISO 200/24°)
  • KODAK TRI-X 7266 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 160/23°, Daylight (without filter): ISO 200/24°)
  • WITTNER B&W 54 (contains ORWO UN 54, ISO 125/22° when processed into a positive)
  • WITTNER PAN R100 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 80/20°, Daylight (without filter): ISO 100/21°)
  • WITTNER Konfekt: Agfa Scala 200X (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 80/20°, Daylight (without filter): ISO 100/21°)

Black and White Negative[edit]

  • KAHL 21 (ISO 100/21°)
  • KAHL 27 highspeed (ISO 400/27°)
  • WITTNER B&W 54 (contains ORWO UN 54, 100/21° when processed into a negative)
  • WITTNER Konfekt: Agfa APX 100 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 80/20°, Daylight (without filter): ISO 100/21°)
  • WITTNER Konfekt: Orwo N74plus (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 250/25°, Daylight (without filter): ISO 400/27°)

Discontinued Films[edit]

Color Reversal[edit]

  • Cinevia / Spectra V50D / Wittner Chrome V50D (ISO 50 / 18° daylight (without filter), ISO 16/13° Tungsten 3200K (with Wratten 80A filter)) - All stocks are versions of Fuji Velvia 50D, as sold by different outlets - discontinued in approx. 2015
  • Kahl UT 21 (ISO 100/21° Daylight (without filter), ISO 25/15° Tungsten 3200K (with Wratten 80A filter) - discontinued in 2016/2017
  • KODAK Ektachrome 100D 7285 (ISO 100/21° Daylight (without filter), ISO 25/15° Tungsten 3200K (with Wratten 80A filter))-This film is also sold as Wittnerchrome 100D, Spectra 100D, and Super8/85 (Discontinued by Kodak in 2012)
  • KODAK Ektachrome 125T VNF 7240 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 125/22°, Daylight (with filter Wratten 85): ISO 80/20°)(out of production; VNF process discontinued 2005)
  • KODAK Ektachrome 64T 7280 (Tungsten 3200K (without filter): ISO 64/19°, Tungsten 3400K (with 81A filter): ISO 50/18°, Daylight (With Wratten 85B filter): ISO 40/17°) - discontinued in 2010
  • KODAK Ektachrome 40 7262 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 40/17°, Daylight (with filter Wratten 85): ISO 25/15°) - discontinued in 1986
  • KODAK Kodachrome 40 7268 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 40/17°, Daylight (with filter Wratten 85): ISO 25/15°) - This film is out of production since 2005 and Kodak won't honor the "processing included by Kodak" anymore. Dwayne's, the last lab to develop Kodachrome as colour-reversal, stopped accepting orders for Kodachrome processing on December 30, 2010 but continue to develop other Super 8 films. However there are still some other labs that'll process the K40 as b&w negative or b& reversal.
  • Wittnerchrome 40T (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 40/17°, Daylight (with filter Wratten 85): ISO 25/15°) - This film is Kodak's Kodachrome 40, but perforating is done by Wittner
  • KODAK Ektachrome 100D 7285 (ISO 100/21° Daylight (without filter), ISO 25/15° Tungsten 3200K (with Wratten 80A filter))-This film is also sold as Wittnerchrome 100D, Spectra 100D, and Super8/85 (Kodak discontinued Ektachrome 100D in 2013, but it is unknown how long Spectra and Wittner Kinotechnik will continue to sell their versions.)
  • WITTNER Konfekt: Velvia 100 (ISO 100 / 21° daylight (without filter), ISO 32/16° Tungsten 3200K (with Wratten 80A filter) - discontinued in 2016
  • WITTNER Konfekt: Astia 100 (ISO 100 / 21° daylight (without filter), ISO 32/16° Tungsten 3200K (with Wratten 80A filter) - discontinued in 2016

Color Negative[edit]

  • FUJI F-250 D S8mm Colour-Negative (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 250/25°, Daylight (with filter Wratten 80A): ISO 64/19°) (only available as 60m/200ft for the Beaulieu SD8/60 - drive!)(Discontinued March 2013 due to Fujifilm's discontinuation of all motion picture products)
  • FUJI F-500 T S8mm Colour-Negative (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 500/28°, Daylight (with filter Wratten 85): ISO 320/26°) (only available as 60m/200ft for the Beaulieu SD8/60 - drive!)(Discontinued March 2013 due to Fujifilm's discontinuation of all motion picture products)
  • KAHL 320T (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 320/26°)
  • KAHL 500T (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 500/28°)
  • KAHL 800T (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 800/30°)
  • KODAK Vision2 200T 7217 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 200/24°, Daylight (with Wratten 85 filter): 125/22°)
  • KODAK Vision 200T 7274 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 200/24°, Daylight (with filter Wratten 85): 125/22°)
  • KODAK Vision2 500T 7218 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 500/28°, Daylight (with filter Wratten 85): 320/26°)
  • Pro8/01 (Finest grained S8 stock)(Replaced by Pro8/03 in 2012)
  • Pro8/05 (Daylight (without filter): ISO 250/25°)(Based on Kodak Vision2 250D 7205, superseded by Pro8/07)
  • Pro8/12 (100/21°)
  • Pro8/17 (200/24°)
  • Pro8/18 (500/28°)
  • Pro8/22 (Daylight (without filter): ISO 64/19°)(Based on Fuji F-64D)
  • Pro8/43 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 160/23°)(Based on Fuji Eterna Vivid 160T)
  • Pro8/46 (Daylight: ISO 250/26°)(Based on Fuji Eterna Vivid 250D)
  • Pro8/47 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 500/28°)(Based on Fuji Eterna Vivid 500T)
  • Pro8/73 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 500/28°, Daylight (with filter Wratten 85): ISO 320/26°)(Based on Fuji Eterna Vivid 500T)
  • Pro8/92 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 500/28°, Daylight (with filter Wratten 85): ISO 320/26°)(Based on Fuji Reala 500D)
  • Pro8/99 (Tungsten/Daylight (without filter): ISO 500/28°)

Black and White Reversal[edit]

  • KAHL Dokument 12 (ISO 12/12°)
  • KAHL Print 8 (ISO 5/8°)
  • KODAK Plus-X 7265 (Tungsten (without filter): ISO 80/20°, Daylight (without filter): ISO 100/21°)
  • Pro8/HI-CON B&W Reversal (ISO 10/11°) - sold as "Super8/63" in 2010
  • Svema "QUARZCHROME" (ISO 50/18°) - this film seems to be out of production, but is still in stock in some shops

Black and White Negative[edit]