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    Kodachrome II ASA/ISO 25

    Sealed box containing one roll of Kodak Kodachrome II film.

    ASA/ISO 25, ultra-fine-grained slide film

    dated April 1967

    stored cool, but not refrigerated until recently

    20 exposures

    Processing by Film Rescue Company as B+W
    $5 + $1 shipping

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    Last edited by Karl K; 07-01-2010 at 01:03 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Just a note- Dwayne's Cannont Process this film. It is not K-14.
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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    Thanks for the info...

    Quote Originally Posted by Ektagraphic View Post
    Just a note- Dwayne's Cannont Process this film. It is not K-14.
    ....this film is the K-12 Process and can only be processed as B+W

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    Sorry....to burst the bubble....I just didn't want someone to get really upset they couldn't make color photos.
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    On the contrary, I'm glad you informed me so I had a chance to edit the ad.
    I know this is old hat, but where will all that Kodachrome K-14 that is not processed by 12-31-2010 at Dwayne's, go? It breaks my heart to see all that delicious emulsion go to waste.

    I'm saving a few rolls of Kodachrome 64 to use at Christmas of my family, friends and my neighbors.

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    I am shooting some 8mm Kodachrome 25 and 40, just waiting on a 85A filter to be able to shoot the 40 since it is balanced for 3400K movie lights. I got three rolls with my Bolex H8 cine camera, gotta shoot it quick and get it off to Dwaynes...
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    Hi Karl,

    I'd like your roll of KII, please, if you'd be prepared to send it to the UK.
    More details in private message!
    Best wishes,
    Steve

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    Sold to Steve, across the Pond.



 

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