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    15 rolls of 120 Kodachrome 64

    I heard that Dwaynes is not processing 120 Kodachrome anymore. A colleague at work gave me a box of about 50 rolls of 120 film yesterday, with 15 rolls of Kodachrome 64 in it. Can I get it souped? What happens if I cross process it? Anybody here interested in it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricksplace View Post
    I heard that Dwaynes is not processing 120 Kodachrome anymore.
    They process, but they dont sell the film anymore,
    http://www.dwaynesphoto.com/

    shoot them an email, but on there homepage they say they will process to the end of December 2010,

    Kodachrome is different from anything else out there, so I dont think you can cross process it (it dont contain any dye for example), but dont trust me on that....

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    You can process it as B&W in D76 or similar. Better sold as a collectors item

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandholm View Post
    They process, but they dont sell the film anymore,
    http://www.dwaynesphoto.com/

    shoot them an email, but on there homepage they say they will process to the end of December 2010,

    Kodachrome is different from anything else out there, so I dont think you can cross process it (it dont contain any dye for example), but dont trust me on that....

    cheers
    Anders
    No 120 Kodachrome processing at Dwaynes just:

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    Processing for Kodachrome 35mm film. Processing for E-6 film 35mm, 120 and 220

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    Cross process it in what? Remember, the K14 process adds dyes to the film. The only thing that you can probably do is use it as a BW negative film, but I don't see a reason for doing so. Other than that, a member here has slitted 120 Kodachrome to make subminiature film IIRC.

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    I'd agree that the best use of it is to slit it for Minox or give/sell it to someone who does that, since Dwayne's can still process it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anon Ymous View Post
    Cross process it in what? Remember, the K14 process adds dyes to the film. The only thing that you can probably do is use it as a BW negative film, but I don't see a reason for doing so. Other than that, a member here has slitted 120 Kodachrome to make subminiature film IIRC.
    You could probably also process Kodachrome as B+W positive. I'm not sure if dr5 can do this.

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    Per phone converstion with Dwayne's in 2006 or 2007:

    "We don't process 120 Kodachrome. We NEVER processed 120 Kodachrome."
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    I think Dwayne's can handle it if it can be spliced to a format that they already process in their roller processing lines: 35mm, 16mm, and Super-8. Minox can be spliced to Super-8, I suppose. The 35mm line may depend on the sprocket holes, which would rule out 828, but maybe not.
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