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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    C-41 uses CD-4 and C-22 used CD-3 + Benzyl Alcohol. I doubt if you would get usable color if you used even a prehardener and then C-41 with a C-22 film, but here goes.

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    People used to, but whether you or I would say it was good is quite another matter, but back in the mid 70's people did process C22 films in low temperature C41 chemistry and got passable results. There were certainly magazine articles on doing it with images.

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    I've seen image stability tests on some of that Ian and it was pretty darn poor.

    IIRC, yellow contrast was down about 50% as well.

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    The film is a roll of Kodacolor X I found in an old folder I got at a junk shop, if that helps any in determining whether or not it would survive.
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    You might do better to process it as B&W.

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