A pro shooter friend of mine gave me a whole grocery bag plus of film from the pre-d****** days. Mostly stuff expiring around 2001, (Ektachrome and Gold), and has not been refrigerated for many years but have been kept in <70* house for the last decade. Also some T-Max 100 and 3200, some of which dates back to '92 expiration. The B&W and C-41 stuff I'll shoot and test at home but around here E6 is $13/roll for processing. Is this stuff worth shooting or should I just consider it good experimental/lomo/cross processing type material? What kind of losses can I expect from E6 film that is 10 years past it's prime? Fogging? Speed loss? Color casts?