When it comes to film cameras, you’d be hard-pressed to find one more beloved than the Super 8 that celebrated its fiftieth birthday last year. When Kodak decided to produce a new camera for the format (they never stopped making 8mm film), all kinds of famous Hollywood directors were quick to sing its praises. Christopher Nolan. JJ Abrams. Spielberg. Tarantino. You get the idea; it’s a big deal. The new Kodak Super 8 Camera still shoots on analog film, but it has an integrated microphone, digital viewfinder, modern connectivity options and a top handle / pistol gripped with leather accents for comfort. Most importantly, this intersection of past and present gives you the best of both worlds because your developed film will also include digital scans for sharing / editing.