Originally Posted by Jeremy Moore
I've never really been into slides before, but would be tempted if I wanted to do any color shooting. I've got some Kodachrome slides of me in 1962 that still look like they were shot & processed yesterday (well.. I don't look like I do in '62, although some folks might be inclined to say I occasionally act like it ;) ).
I notice at B&H, Kodachrome is still available, though from other apug threads I know that only one lab still processes Kodachrome, and Kodak outsources to them. B&H's price on Kodachrome-64 is US$6, US$12 for Kodachrome-64 pro (both 135-36) and US$9 for a mailer to process via Kodak (who actually, if memory serves, ships it to a non-Kodak lab in Montana, US).
How do people project slides nowadays? I take it the old Kodak Carasells (sp..) are defunct and pretty much eBay only.
Just ignore if there's a risk of hijaacking Mark's thread. This just reminded me that I had some slide questions.