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I recently acquired a Minolta X-700 and a Vivitar 94P Super 8 film camera but since I'm a neophyte in analog capture devices, I don't know what film I should buy in 2020 that will be kind of affordable, durable and with the best quality output for both of those two devices. I know that I should get some from Kodak but they are a bit rare and I really don't know what to get. Also a lot of photography shops are closed during these times so I can't really get help from them.

I plan to capture both color and b&w images/films with a bit of grain if possible.

If someone can light my path I would be extremely thankful.

NB: I will use the Minolta for stop motion and photos in general.

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    I don't understand the question. What kind of support you should buy? Are you talking about tripods? – osullic Jun 22 '20 at 1:06
  • i was more thinking about silver pellicules and super8 films models. i'm sorry if i was not very clear, i'll reformulate a bit my question – Louis BERTRAND Jun 22 '20 at 9:03
  • 'pellicule' is not the correct word in English, and certainly not 'silver pellicules'. You can just say "film" for both a still camera and a movie camera. – osullic Jun 22 '20 at 11:02
  • What do you mean by "durable"? In what way would the film be durable? – osullic Jun 22 '20 at 11:08
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    Thanks for your help, I'll take a look at the link you shared. By durable I meant capable of being stored without getting destroyed both keep them before usage and store them after being used. I might have badly formulated my question because I wanted to ask about references that suite each device, but not a film that would be used in both. I knew that they weren't using the same film type and format. – Louis BERTRAND Jun 22 '20 at 11:26
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One little note, the X700 will have problems with shutter lag. It may be a while before you get it but it will happen. I remember from experience.

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