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Your candle burned out long before... your legend ever did. I guess we missed this one a while ago, but Kodak is discontinuing Kodachrome Super 8, which was a cartridge film format so popular with home movie buffs and budding cinematographers.

In fact, they announced the change on the 40th anniversary of the format, which is kind of like shooting someone on their birthday. From what we can tell, they'll still be making a version of the cartridges but using a different films. Kodachrome, as we all know, gives us those nice bright colors and gives us the green of summers and makes us think all the world's a sunny day. Oh yeah.

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40th Anniversary of Super 8 film [Press Release Thanks, James]