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View Poll Results: What is the MAXIMUM you be willing to pay for Kodachrome plus processing?

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  • film + processing <$40 per roll

    26 25.74%
  • film + processing <$50 per roll

    12 11.88%
  • film + processing <$60 per roll

    0 0%
  • film + processing <$70 per roll

    2 1.98%
  • No price limit

    3 2.97%
  • uninterested at any price

    58 57.43%
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    Survey - Kodachrome Revival Price Point?

    How much would you be willing to pay if Kodachrome were ever resurrected? I have set the price points based on current markets plus past experience. E-6 runs around $20-30/roll for film+processing, depending on market and film choice (assumes buying new film, not frozen, short-date, out-of-date or second-hand). Kodachrome was always more expensive than E-6, so I'm assuming that film and processing would cost at the very least $30/roll for film+processing, not counting shipping and tax.
    Last edited by TheFlyingCamera; 12-29-2013 at 06:08 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Uh oh, Scott. Now you've REALLY gone and done it...



    Ken
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    —'blanksy', December 13, 2013

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    25 or 64?

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    Please, not again.

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    Not gonna happen, at any price.
    Bruce

    Moma don't take my Kodachrome away!
    Oops, Kodak just did!


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    I'm asking this not to provoke a new fight, but to collect feedback to bring to the existing discussion about Kodachrome. Granted this is a flawed marketing survey based on some admittedly random suppositions, but I don't think those suppositions are completely without merit, and this might help inject a dose of perspective to the discussion.

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    I like Kodachrome but would really prefer to shoot Ektachrome. So I'd say my price point would be in the $25-35 range.
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    I wouldn't pay anything for it because I can't print it. I never bought it even when I could have. I honestly don't think I have a single roll of Kodachrome and I have every roll of film I've ever shot since about 1972.

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    if it could be processed in household chemistry
    or in the excretions of a household pet it might be worth it
    but as it is now not even a thought .

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    You know Steve Frizza's price!

    PE

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