Yeah that was a concern, seeing as the developer is a base but I will try soaking in a borax bath with strong agitation, and then doing several rinses, then developing processes, then try and wash off what may be left with a bit of elbow grease.
Originally Posted by cmacd123
I do intend, however to buy some tri x and ektachrome reversal stock next week, I thought if usable the Kodachrome would be a good way to learn super 8, without spending too much with less film wastage. I do intend to explore all aspects of film that I can I do plan also to have a stab at e6 processing, as for the tri x I plan to do sepia-reversal and also some b/w I guess if mixed safely the bleaches should be fine but I'll admit I had misgivings I do most mixing especially powders, outside anyway. I won't use a sulfuric acid based one, I want to avoid handling that at all costs.
P.s is the ektachrome super 8 being discontinued? I have seen rumours circulating about its demise, leaving only negative stock which would put me off doing super 8 in colour because projection is my intended use.
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