The first table gives you an idea of what the same film looks like on each process. In addition, it describes the advantages and disadvantages as it relates to the other processes.
The second table goes through a simple discussion on the resolution of 8mm and Super 8 film. To the surprise of many, you must scan above the resolution of the film in order to get a digital copy that is as good as the original film.
8mm And Super 8 Film
This SD scan was performed with a SD frame by frame machine. The film is ran through a projector and captured using a camcorder.
A 480 line SD frame by frame process will get about 30-40% of the available details on the film. You can see how blurry the SD scan is compared to the Pro HD or Pro 2K scan below.
In addition, you can see the blue color shift. This is very common on both 8mm and Super 8 film.
Lastly, you can see the scratch defects on the film.