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    Here's my favorite K-25--



    This is what K-64 looks like pushed 1-1/3 stop (A&I was one of the last places to offer this service). I think the slide is a little redder and I may have corrected it a bit (nothing I couldn't do easily with an Ilfochrome).--



    This one's got a real Kodachrome look (K-64 in this case)--

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    Quote Originally Posted by fingel
    Thanks Brad, I'm pretty well stocked on K64. You should shoot it and take it down to Longs...whoever quoted you $40 is trying to pull one over on you.

    Hmmm, very interesting. There's a Long's Drug a few miles from my home. I'll have to give it a try.

    Thanks Scott!

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    Hi there,

    I think I still have 5 rolls of K-64/120 and the mailers. Does anyone know if Kodak will still honor these?

    Thanks.

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    Nope. This comes up every once in a while on various lists, and there's nowhere in the world left that processes Kodachrome 120 as far as I know.
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    Actually, there's a small local shop here that will do Kodachrome 120; Kingstown Camera. They're meticulous about their work and very picky with their chemistry, running the machine monday through friday and refreshing it as soon as it's needed.

    http://www.kingstowncamera.com
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    No, according to their website, they send Kodachrome to Kodalux, which no longer does K-14 120--

    http://www.kingstowncamera.com/services.htm

    They do E-6 films in house, but Kodachrome is not an E-6 film. K-14 is a fairly complicated process and beyond the capacities of most small local shops. Here is a list of remaining facilities that handle Kodachrome (35mm and movie film only)--

    http://www.kodak.com/eknec/PageQueri...q-locale=en_US

    I think that even Kodalux may now outsource Kodachrome to Dwayne's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
    Here is a list of remaining facilities that handle Kodachrome (35mm and movie film only)--

    http://www.kodak.com/eknec/PageQueri...q-locale=en_US
    Yes, that's it only 3 labs in the world now that do Kodachrome. I have a 1/2 dozen rolls left in the freezer, all Canadian which is process included. I send it to Kodak Canada, who I assume forwards it to Dwaynes. It takes about a month, but they honour the kodak processing so it doesn't cost anything extra over what I originally paid.

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    From what I have read on the internet. It is true that the Kodak (Kodalux) labs no longer process Kodachrome. The Kodak mailers do have expiration dates on them. About 2 1/2 years ago I lost 2 of 4 rolls in the mail. First loss in over 25 years. Kodak's tracking system claimed they never received them, including the ones they did process and mail back to me. I have used the drugstore chain Walgreens in the last year to drop off Kodachrome for forwarding to Kodak processing which is now done by Dwayne’s Photo Service for them. That's after Kodak forwards the film to them. Just make sure Walgreens knows what they have to do with that roll of "slide" film. They get a little confused about what it is. The price is also very cheap.

    Dwayne’s Photo Service
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