Yeah? Where does it say that? For process22 you're right, it says to B&W, bummer.
At 'oldfilmprocessing' it says color or B&W. For forty quid I would have expected color. Sent them an email.
This should be interesting.
I can't find where they say it, either.
If they are running the K-12 or K-14 processes, I'll eat my hat. And no Carmen Miranda fruit hat, either. I'm talking my grimy, sweat stained workin' under the house hat.
I do use a digital device in my photographic pursuits when necessary.
When someone rags on me for using film, I use a middle digit, upraised.
Yes, that is very misleading. One could read it as processing films intended as colour slides to whatsoever, or as processing them to colour slides.
I, without knowing the Kodachrome situation, would have read it the latter way.
That's how I read it and they even coutch it further to say that old slides with 'difficult' color may need to be printed as B&W:
Since the films are old, images may be deteriorated and skill is applied in processing in order to get the best results possible. I some cases where the colour layer of the film is not good we print it in Black & White.
I had to press them in email before they would tell me that the 'slides' would be B&W so in fact they don't even try to turn them into color via the K14 process and there is no chance at all of getting color prints out of them. For 40 quid I'd be very disappointed by B&W negatives from my Kodachrome.