Do you mean recording a feature film ONTO super-8 from, say, video? Technically, it would be very difficult and expensive (if anyone would even want to try doing it); it would look bad and it would be illegal due to copyright issues.
Super-8 doesn't work that way. You want prints of films in Super-8, you buy them.
If I misunderstood your intentions, please clarify what you have in mind so I may give you better advice.
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From: Croydon, London, UK
Registered: Aug 2004
posted March 25, 2011 09:31 PM
Austin - it's up to you, but you might like to consider starting with used abridged versions, if you haven't already done so, before more expensive features. Plenty of monster movies on offer in this form.
By the way, we need new blood coming into the hobby like yourself, so I hope you get plenty of encouragement here!