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    Found frozen Kodachrome

    I found 6 rolls of 35mm Kodachrome 64 at the bottom of my freezer. What should I do with it? Thanks, Chip

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    Sell it on e@@@ for $4000 per roll! :-D

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    go back in time and clean out that freezer.
    make some neck ties by pulling the film out.
    process it as black and white.
    throw the film out and use the canisters to store weed.
    sell it on ebay labeled as lomography film- they'll eat it up!
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    Film photography? This term kills me. As if there's another kind!

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    Keep it frozen like I do my single roll of K64. Then once or twice a year thaw it out overnight, open the canister, and enjoy that very unique smell for only a few moments before refreezing it again.

    Then await Kodak Alaris' announcement* someday to revive a boutique processing line...



    Ken

    * Or somebody else's announcement?

    "There is very limited audience for the arty stuff, and it is largely comprised of other arty types, most of whom have no money to spend because no one is buying their stuff either. More people bring their emotions to an image than bring their intellect. The former are the folks who have checkbooks because they are engineers, accountants, and bankers—and generally they are engineers, accountants and bankers because they are not artists."

    — Amanda Tomlin, Looking Glass Magazine, 2014

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    Ebay.

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    Keep these 6 rolls and put them on display with your favorite 35mm cameras that you no longer use or use infrequently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JLP View Post
    Keep these 6 rolls and put them on display with your favorite 35mm cameras that you no longer use or use infrequently.
    Along with a metal tin of Super-XX Panchromatic and some token gizmos this describes my shelf

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    Christmas decorations?

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    X-process it in B&W film as ASA32

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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    X-process it in B&W film as ASA32
    +1. Just be prepared for the Remjet sludge...
    Some Nikons (F6, F5x2, F3P, F3HP, F2ASx4, F2A, F2 and a D800), with Ai/Ais Nikkors ranging from 15mm to 600mm; Leicas (M6X2), with Leitz glass from 28 to 90mm and a pair of Hasselblads (500c/ms), with Zeiss glass from 50 to 250mm. A bit of stuff for a no-longer practicing professional, but justifiable for a now-converted hobbyist who absolutely loves taking/making pictures.

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