Kodachrome 200

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  1. boo_with_camera

    boo_with_camera Member

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    Hi,
    I have one roll of Kodachrome 200 unexposed. It's dated 05/2004, and it has never been stored in a fridge. Do you think I could use it or it's better to keep it to remember the old good days of Kodachrome?:wink:
    It has been stored in a drawer for most of the time, at room temperature...

    Thanks!

    Lorenzo
     
  2. Ektagraphic

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    The colors certainly will not be accurate and will have a strong magenta tint but if I were you I would give it a try. You'll be mad at yourself later.
     
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    Shoot it under fluorescent light to get rid of the green cast.