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Kodak Kodachrome after 50 years


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Or do positive copy from Vision 50D - cost effective, imagine how long you can film from 400ft can. That's why Kodak should reactivate 2x8mm stock.

 

Can be Kodachrome too? (1939, Odra River, just few days before IIWW start)

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Kodachrome was nice and stays nice, but I agree the latest look of 100D was suppurior. WhIle they overlapped as left overs and custom loads, K40 was looking bland and dark by comparison. Maybe Kodachrome stock and its processing weren't at its prime in the end either. Nor was it living up to its Kodachrome II predecessor. I'm all in foyer of Ektachrome coming back, I only hope they can improve the sharpness.

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