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    E-6 processing is easy and you don't even need a darkroom, a large changing bag and a daylight tank will do. The second half of the process is done in room light. Buy the E-6 kit and try it, you might like it.

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    I used to process E6 in a university photo lab 25 years ago. If I remember correctly, the Kodak kit at over 6 chemicals to mix and bottle. I think I would process my own only if I had the volume of E6 film
    . I also remember loading those old Wing Lynch machines too. Ah the good old days!

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