Articles on Color processing (E6)

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by Soeren, Jun 16, 2009.

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    Hi all
    since purchasing my CPE2+ processor I have been browsing the forums for info on the E6 process and chemistry. Now I'm confused on a higher level.
    I have seen contradicting posts on lifespan of the chromes developed in Kodak and Tetenal chemistry, on the number of film that can be developed, cost, problems/no problems
    Are ther any reliable articles or such descriping the E6 DIY process?
    Best regards
     
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    Soeren,

    Although I haven't used the Kodak 5lt E6 kit, my Kodak RA-4 (colour prints from negatives) developer and bleach fix solutions are made in France according to the text on the containers.

    Tom.