1993 Ektachrome 160T worth shooting?
Back in November of 2010, I got five rolls of frozen 1993 K25 from craigslist. Along with the deal, I also got three rolls of Ektachrome 160T tungsten film. The K25 turned out Really good. So I assume that all the film was properly stored over the years. I've been wondering recently if I should even bother with the 160T, or just throw it away. Does anyone here know whether it is generally a stable film? Or does it tend to experience color shifts even with proper storage?