Kodak Special 220 ????

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by dcbarnard, Jan 19, 2013.

  1. dcbarnard

    dcbarnard Member

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    Hi, I recently purchased a Mamiya C330. In it was an exposed roll of Kodak Special 220 film. The paper is yellow and the text is green. There are no other markings or clues as to the type of film it is. I would like to have it processed. Any ideas as to the type of processing? Thanks for your help.
     
  2. John Shriver

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    I can only suggest clipping a bit off and developing it as B&W. If it winds up with an orange mask, it's color. How to tell C-41 from E-6? That's harder. Maybe look at the emulsion color, C-41 emulsions are generally in the brown range.