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Nonexistent... We had a camcorder, but never really used it. I remember one video where we went to the Field Museum, and Dad bumped the glass on an exhibit trying to get a close picture. And yeah, that's about it.
"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe." ~Albert Einstein
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None; we couldn't afford one at the time. Not a lot of photos, either; my parents rarely took then, and I was very camera-shy.
YOU SUCH A JOLLY MR. SNOWMAN
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Mom has a bunch of photo albums and slides. Some we digitized for their 50th anniversary. I also got into 8mm film as a teenager. Something to play with.
Move along. Nothing to see here.
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I can't even count the reels of Super 8 film with my sisters and I growing up.
We have footage from many Disneyland trips in the 70s & 80s, lots of family reunions in the cabins by the lake, backyard dinner parties in Ventura, and much more. There's even some Three Stooges (8mm, not super 8) reel in the box with all our home movies. Not sure where that came from, but it's hilarious.
Anyway, yeah I still have all the home movie reels. I even have a working projector to show them on. A few years ago we had them all transferred to DVD cause the film itself is getting kinda fragile.
Every once in a while, I'll pull the projector out and play a couple. My 3 & 5 year old don't know what to think about the projector... it's fun.