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Knowing how many of you are into vintage photography and judging by the forum, knowing a lot of you have an iPhone, this Super 8 app for iPhone and iPad is likely to prove popular. It’s free too, making it a better proposition than the similar iSupr8 app.
Essentially it turns your mobile phone or tablet into a super 8 film camera, without the film obviously. You shoot at the touch of a button, with the option to switch lenses, throw in filters and add someshake effects. When you are done, you send it off to be developed (another push of a button), then you can view it in your projector room (on our phone) or export it to a computer / share it with friends.
Seven lens effects in total, plus three animated filters, a scratch and dirt overlay and those shake effects offer real authenticity and as we said – it’s absolutely free. Only free for a limited time though, so grab it now.
Find out more at the iTunes website
Via Retro To Go