Churches got the idea for stained glass windows after seeing Kodachrome slides. :cool:
I had a roll of that, but one night a black helicopter landed on the roof and guys in SWAT gear took it away from me.
But really, I have some in 120 and a few rolls of Kodachrome 25.
In the early 1960s I wsanted to take some photographs that imvolved very slow shutter speeds with high quality. Kodachrome was ASA 25 and I wanted something slower so I decided to use Sears brand color slide film, ASA 10. I think, but am not sure, that this was the "old" slower Kodachrome. I am currently making large prints of my old photos and exhibiting them in art galleries and have a couple of photos on the ASA 10 film that are crackerjacks. Anybody happen to know if this Sears stuff was the old Kodachrome? The quality is fabulous.