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    Free Kodachrome if you want it

    Today I got a bunch of rolls of old Ektachrome (64, 100 and 200) and Kodachrome (25 and 64) films. They range in dates from 1979 to 1983, so I can't guarantee that they're good. If anybody wants a roll or two let me know and I'll send it to you for shipping cost. I've got about 10 rolls that I'm willing to give away.

    Most of the film was NOT in boxes, so most is just in canisters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by htmlguru4242
    Today I got a bunch of rolls of old Ektachrome (64, 100 and 200) and Kodachrome (25 and 64) films. They range in dates from 1979 to 1983, so I can't guarantee that they're good. If anybody wants a roll or two let me know and I'll send it to you for shipping cost. I've got about 10 rolls that I'm willing to give away.

    Most of the film was NOT in boxes, so most is just in canisters.
    Has it been kept in the fridge? if yes then Ill have some of the 25.

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    Would love to try some of the 25.

    Thanks.
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    I would love some of the Kodachrome for an alternative processing thing I've been doing. Drop me a line if you would.

    Thanks,
    Mike

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    The film was stored in hte fridge until about 7 years ago, at which point it was moved to an attic.

    I shot one of the black and white rolls (1980), and it was PERFECT, so the storage conditions weren't that bad.

    Let me know if you guys still want it ...

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    Sure thing!!

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    Love to try some if there's any left, especially the slower speed stuff, 25 and 64. If you have any K40A I'd really jump at the chance to use that.

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    ~Karl Borowski

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    I'd like to jump on the 25 bandwagon too!
    Using film since before it was hip.


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    Ok, I think that I'm pretty much out of 25 (I'm keeping 1 roll for myself). Give me a day or two to sort out what everyone wants, I think that there may be some 64 left.

    I also have a bunch of ektachrome ranging from 64 to 400 in both 35mm and three 120 rolls. There's also some "Photomicrography color film" (E-4 stuff), if anybody wants that ...

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    PM sent on the Kodachrome 64...

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