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mo at ccr.org
Fri Dec 31 13:46:51 CST 2010
i know of several people who have successfully
processed Kodachrome themselves.
i wonder if some of those people are still around
and whether the chemistry will still be available
until Kodachrome stocks are completely gone?
as for print film, a friend who does film outdoor
photography in larger formats fell in love with
Ektar the first time he shot it.
I thought Kodak was still making their IR-sensitive
film for Scientific use. and are they still making
I also know someone who once-upon-a-time bought
spools of Kodak's 35mm movie film and used his bulk-loader
to wind them them into 35mm still rolls. I wonder if that
gambit still works...
On 12/31/10 12:30 PM, wb5mmb wrote:
> Film is not dead yet. It is like some of us AMRADers slowly fading away.
> At some point it will go away completely but I think it will take a few
> more years.
> Here is a quick list of film still being made.
> Kodak makes
> ULTRA MAX 400 Print film
> Professional Porta Print film
> Professional Ektar Print film
> Professional Ektachrome Slide film
> Professional T-Max Black and White
> Professional TRI-X Black and White
> Fuijifilm makes
> Fuijicolor Print film
> Fuijicolor Superia Print film
> Fuijicolor Superia Reala Print film
> Fuijicolor Nexia Print film
> Fuijicolor Pro Print film
> Fuijicrome Sensia Slide film
> Fuijicrome Velvia Slide film
> Fuijicrome Provia Slide film
> Fuijicrome T64 Slide film
> Agfa makes
> AgfaPhoto Vista Print film
> AgfaPhoto APS Star Print film
> AgfaPhoto APX Professional Print film
> AgfaPhoto CT precisa Slide film
> At 10:11 AM 12/31/2010, Andre Kesteloot wrote:
>> On 12/31/2010 12:55 AM, Richard Barth wrote:
>> And I guess that lower-quality Ektachrome disappeared a long time ago ?
>> André N4ICK
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