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10-03-2019, 04:18 PM   #1
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Developing Kodachrome 8mm double

I have an undeveloped roll of Kodachrome 8mm double film and was wondering if anyone might be able to develop it?


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QuoteOriginally posted by wings Quote
I have an undeveloped roll of Kodachrome 8mm double film and was wondering if anyone made might be able to develop it?
I think all the Kodachrome labs have closed worldwide.

There was someone developing it as black and white for a while, but I donít know if they ever did 8mm...

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A lengthy, involved and ultimately prohibitively costly experiment took place here in Australia (Sydney) close to 10 years ago developing rolls of 35mm Kodachrome. Results were reasonable (but far from perfect!) and the cost, around $250 for one roll, killed off the idea. Kodachrome is actually a B&W film where the colour dyes are added during processing. To that end, there might be some references around the web about developing it in B&W, but otherwise, there is no facility anywhere around the world to process Kodachrome in original colour now.
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I wish they would bring it back.

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A couple months ago Kelly-Shane Fullter (of Piratelogy Studios) said that he figured out a process how to develop Kodachrome (here: Kelly-Shane Fuller on Instagram: ?Two years in the making, finally made it!! . . #film #filmphotography #filmisnotdead #heyfsc #Kodak #kodachrome?), but will need a bit more time to make it more stable
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As B&W:

Older Kodachrome Movie Film Processing
Outdated Film Stock Processing and Scanning ? Pro8mm
OLD MOVIE FILM PROCESSING & DEVELOPING

and others - try google
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Double-8 film? I haven't seen that since I was a kid, and that was, er, too long ago. Wow!
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QuoteOriginally posted by StiffLegged Quote
Double-8 film? I haven't seen that since I was a kid, and that was, er, too long ago. Wow!
I discovered it in my familyís Bell & Howell camera.

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