The Return of Super 8 – Digital Harinezumi 2 Video Camera

Ed Steele February 18, 2010 Comments Off



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The Return of Super 8   Digital Harinezumi 2 Video Camera
Super 8 cameras were released in 1965 by Eastman Kodak as an improvement over their standard 8 mm format. Many memories were captured on this silent format and one can almost spot the distinct look of Super 8 a mile away. Superheadz in Tokyo have designed a digital video camera that shoots “Super 8 like” videos in 640×480 format – the Digital Harinezumi 2. The designers of this camera intentionally removed audio from the recording format and there’s no live view when shooting still photos! This unique toy camera isn’t for everyone but for those who loved the Super 8 format or a warm retro look it is right up your alley. We’ve dug our own homemade Super 8 movies out of the archive from 1982 and encoded them for your enjoyment below. As soon as we’re able to get our hands on our own Harinezumi 2 expect a full review and comparison to the original format. Full camera specs and product link after the jump.


Specs:
Resolution: 3 MegaPixel
Recording resolution: still picture: 1600×1200 or 320×240, video: 640 × 480
Film sensitivity: 100/800
Lens: Normal : about 1m to infinity Macro: about 10cm
File Format: Still Picture: JPEG Video: AVI (25fps)
Memory: Micro SD Card (Up to 2GB; Sold Separately)
Display: (Width) 3.3cm (Height) 2.5cm
Body: (Length) about 9cm (Height) about 3cm (Width) about 3.5cm
Digital Harinezumi 2 Special BoxThe Return of Super 8   Digital Harinezumi 2 Video Camera

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