828 film was Kodak's unperforated 35mm paper-backed roll film, introduced in 1935. 828 was intended to avoid some of the problems of the early perforated 35mm films. The smaller diameter spool and lack of need for a sprocket allowed for much smaller camera designs. Kodak's Bantam camera series used 828 film.
- 828 film (by Brian Wallen), concentrating on how to keep cameras designed for 828 supplied with film (unperforated 35mm)
- "Feeding a classic" (a thread at Nelsonfoto forums), about using cut-down 120 film
- Kodak Plus-X (PX 828) Film picture and additional information at "Antique_Camera_Guy's" Flickr Photostream