Old Film

Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by colrehogan, Dec 22, 2004.

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    I have a roll of Kodacolor-X that is exposed, but not developed. It says Process C-22 on it. About how old might this film be?
     
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    Thanks, I also have a roll of 127 slide film somewhere too; I think they might be able to develop that too.
     
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    From the site:

    "Please allow between six and twelve months for return to you."

    That is worth having in mind....I understand them, but I would forget that I have sent them the film at the time it returns
     
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    That's part of the reason it's still here.
     
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    Dear Diane,

    During the first week in November I sent 4 126 cartridges of c-22 film to "Rapid Photo Imaging Center". (www.rapidphoto.net) I can't give you the results but I received a shipping notice from them on Dec. 20.

    Neal Wydra
     
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    Thanks Neal! I'll check them out.
     
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    Dear Diane,

    I received the film. Two rolls had thin (but not unsalvageable) images. Two had nothing that could be saved. Not bad actually.

    Neal Wydra