Originally Posted by kfleming
It figures that I would take out a just finished roll of Kodachrome on it's absolute last day of developing history. I read that if it was not on his counter by 12:30 P.M. that day that anyone that needed it developed was completely out of luck.
This might sound strange, but when I think back to my childhood in the early to mid 1960's I remember daylight in colors similar how this film would show them.
Kodachrome will be missed, I am sure.
I did find this link:
to develop it in B&W chemicals with a little longer development time as monochrome images, so if I find any unused canisters in the old photography boxes I might give it a try.
Does anyone know if there is an extra film layer that will need to be removed after developing if I try this?
Thanks Cromlech for the video, I appreciate it. Pretty simple really, and also I got a chance to zero the camera back to 3 feet.
Wonderful, and you're welcome!
Originally Posted by Clocker
Personally, I may take my argus with me if i ever use a folding camera, just for accuracy reasons.
I have developed K25 in Diafine and was able to get images. You end up with a B&W negative, with a bunch of inky black goop on it that comes off easy with light finger pressure after the final wash.