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super 8 and VHS films
After the Polaroid, the vinyl and the cassettes, comes the return of the super 8 film and VHS video.
The 8mm format, also called super 8, was developed by Kodak in 1965. Disappearing with the arrival of video,
it can now be revived thanks to powerful software that recreates its granular images filled with nostalgia.
VHS, developed by Sony in the 1970s, had its heyday in the 1980s and 1990s. The aesthetic failures typical of VHS videotapes can now also be digitally recreated to give contemporary recordings an old-fashioned but definitely cool charm.
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