I was given a camera that had some old Kodacolor II, 126 film loaded in it. It was about half exposed. I shot the remainder of the film and would like to process. I've looked around, and there's mixed opinions on how to process this film; everyone's circumstances are a little bit different. In my case, there's nothing critical on this particular film. Should I just proceed with regular C-41 development? (This film specifies C-41, not C-22.) Or are there other precautions I should take?
Yea just process normally, scan it as B&W if the color is too bizarre (blacks may go green etc) but if it looks good, keep it, if its funky, scan as B&W.
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