Kodachrome processing from Australia

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  1. pellicle

    pellicle Member

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    Hi

    just wondering about this as I've now been gifted with a small slab of kodachrome 64 and will be going home to Australia in 2 weeks.

    The information I find quickly on this suggests:

    it was pointed out later in that thread that
    so I would guess that the Po BOX would send them to Dwaynes now ..

    anyone out there know (before I send a qn to Kodak)?
     
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    all kodachrome is re-routed to dwaynes. i know for europe you send it to the address marked and kodak routes it to dwaynes. same in U.S. i think. i just send str8 to dwaynes though.
     
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    I believe it still goes to Switzerland, and then on to Dwaynes with the Eurpean Process Paid film. It takes about 6 weeks to get back to you, and there's a reply paid address you can send it to (PM me if you like).
     
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    Dwayne's only does 35mm; they can't do 120 (of which I have two rolls. :sad: )
     
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    I called Kodak in Sweden, and after having waited in telephone queus for a while I was told to send it to the Swiss adress. The delevop film was sent back to me after two or three weeks.

    Good luck!
     
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    nobody in the world processes Kodachrome 120 size film, sorry. at least not that i know of.