Room temperature C-41 for old E-2 Ektachrome EX?
I picked up, among other things in a lot of old film, a roll of Ektachrome EX 620. I could just throw the film away and use the spool for reloading fresh 120... or I can retape the old thing since the tape is always dead on film this old (sure was on the roll of Super XX I just loaded) and give it a try for 8 exposures in my Kodak Tourist folder.
Is it worth trying room temperature C-41 on the old E-2 process film? I'd love to get some color prints off it even if it would be shifted and grainy but if the dyes are doing to be dead then I could try HC-110 instead. Anyone have development times for room temperature C-41 for E-2 film? Or for room temperature HC-110?