Thought you might find a select film clip in this VHS/DVD to be of great interest. Photographers Mate First Class Clyde Daugherty on USS Argonne took two rolls of 16mm color film during the attack. Alas, the film was lost in the National Archives for years.
In 1982, a US Navy media historian located the film and found it had turned to "monochromatic red". He contacted Clyde about the find. The next day Clyde arrived [unexpectedly] to view the film he had never seen [except to film it].
Portions of the two reels are in this VHS/DVD. Clyde had panned Battleship Row and parts of the second attack wave. Then he changed reels to catch the final arrival of USS Nevada at Hospital Point. Dive bombers were still hitting the ship after she nosed onto the shoreline.
His film of the USS Shaw explosion was copied in B&W for the NBC film series, Victory At Sea, prior to the miss-filing of the film at the National Archives. Their version is thus better reproduced than from the original.