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    K-14 (Kodachrome) and Cibachrome Print Possibility in Berlin, Germany

    Hi,

    I have been speaking with Uli Hagel in Berlin and he is willing to implement K-14 (Kodachrome) development and Cibachrome printing if there is interest. If anyone is regularly using or wanting any these services let me know.

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    Richard

    P.S. I have opened a german speaking local forum called "Analog Foto Berlin".

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    I"d love to shoot Kodachrome again and get it developed in-country. I suppose Mr. Hagel, running a custom lab as he is, knows what he is in for. It's not only the multitude of baths, but also the strict process control.

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    What would be really interesting is if he would be willing to look at 120 format Kodachrome that often lives in the back of peoples freezers or Ebay.

    Is he looking to be running a minilab, or is he going to really make a rod for his own back and do it by hand?

    Respect due for him giving it a go
    "Flatter Me, and I May Not Believe You. Criticize Me, and I May Not like You. Ignore Me, and I May Not Forgive You. Encourage Me, and I Will Not Forget You."

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    Yes, how is Mr Hagel going to do this? The K-lab ready-to-use chemistry is not on offer any more. And the K-14 process chemistry has been described here as tricky.
    To my understaning it means more than installing one of the two processors.

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    He would definitly have to talk to kodak, but I think its a great idea.

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    Its a great idea until you get into the logistics of actually doing it. (K-14 processing). Cibachrome (Ilfochrome) printing is far more practical for a custom lab to do, although the raw materials are very expensive.

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    Good luck on the K14. Doing it by hand is not practical for any large business.

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    Hi,

    It would be great to know who would be interested in working with Uli? Apparently he has all the machinery necessary.

    Thanks

    Richard

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    Wrong side of the planet, sorry. How will he be acquiring the chemistry?

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    I don't live in Germany, but any increase in Kodachrome proccessing capability to extend the life of the film is reason to celebrate!
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    RIP Kodachrome

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