Jack will edit the vintage footage by hand from his personal archive. 16mm film is double the width of 8mm film. As 8mm is smaller, it is able to have 80 frames per foot of film — twice the 40 frames per foot of 16mm film. Despite this difference, both types of film have sprocket holes that are located in between each frame. As 16mm film has a larger frame size, it allows more detail than 8mm film. It is also easier for 16mm film to achieve a shallow depth of field, which means that while a subject is sharp, the background remains soft, allowing the viewer to focus on the subject more easily. Suffice it to say it outstrips most digital video cameras as of today (possibly even a 4K RED, depending on the comparison film used in any test and the format – 16mm or super 16mm).