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    Where to develop Kodacolor 620?

    My dad emailed me saying a friend of his found a roll of this film in his father's old camera and was wondering where he could get this developed.
    I am not familiar with this film , was it b/w or color? IF b/w can I process it myself with my HC110, Rodinal, etc? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pesphoto View Post
    My dad emailed me saying a friend of his found a roll of this film in his father's old camera and was wondering where he could get this developed.
    I am not familiar with this film , was it b/w or color? IF b/w can I process it myself with my HC110, Rodinal, etc? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.
    It is color, the current kit is C41, if it old it may be C22. Any idea how old the film is?

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    I dont know how old, but Im guessing it goes back a ways. Thanks

    Does anyone do C22 process any more or can he use C41?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pesphoto View Post
    I dont know how old, but Im guessing it goes back a ways. Thanks

    Does anyone do C22 process any more or can he use C41?
    I think there is lab that specilaizes in older color processes called Rocky Mountain Lab or Photo. Ought to show up on a thread search.

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    There are plenty of published C22 developer formulae, if you want to have a go yourself I can post one here.

    There is a company in the US, Rock Mountain ??? something or other who process old colour film. There's one here in the UK too.

    Ian

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    ok, thanks. I'll do another search

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    Yep, I'd say Rocky Mountain Lab will be able to do it for you. Post your results if you get anything too, sounds fun.
    The Analogue Laboratory, or 'so you built a darkroom in an old factory in the industrial zone'.
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    Thanks fellas, looks like its the place to have him send it to. Here is their link.

    http://www.rockymountainfilm.com/oldfilm.htm

    edit: oops, just saw your link there, thanks!
    Last edited by pesphoto; 06-24-2008 at 10:31 AM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Rockymountain should be fine.

    Just a note for anyone else with old Kodacolor....if it's marked C-22, don't let anyone accidently use C-41 process, it won't work.

    620 film is no longer made, but is the same as 120 with a thinner spool. Might be worth asking for the empty spool back, they are useful for collectors who want to rewind a 120 film to use an old camera.

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    Do you know what the cutoff date was for C22 vs C41 processing?

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