Another one of those ever-returning questions, I assume, but I thought I'd better ask anyway. I recently came across an old 6x9 Franka folder in a second-hand shop and, although I passed on the folder (front standard out of alignment, connection between shutter release and lens broken), I extracted a roll of Kodacolor-X, about half shot, from it before it returned to the shelf. I know it's unfair that I took the film without buying the camera, but I was worried someone else would pop the back and ruin the roll (the guy who took it out for me to look at was definitely in favour of the brute-force approach when it came to collapsing the bellows again). The question now is, how can I find what's on it (if anything)? I am aware of the various labs running C-22, but, given how long the process has been dead, they're all pretty expensive, and I'm not sure it's worth it for what might just be a blank roll. Could I develop it myself in ID-11? I've read that it's often recommended to dev old colour negs in B&W, as the colour dyes may have decayed. If I were to go this route, can anyone suggest times, temperatures and any chemicals other than dev, stop & fix that I might need (I don't really want to shell out for specialist chemicals to do just one roll)? Thanks in advance.