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Kodak to discontinue Kodachrome film

Posted 22 June, 2009 in Product News

By the end of this year, Kodak’s Kodachrome film will be no more. Given that it uses a different chemical process to develop than normal slide film, almost no-one offers processing any more. I think the only surprise is that it took as long as it did to get the axe, but it is the end of an era.

This does not affect Kodak’s Ektachrome range of E-6 slide film, whose availability remains unchanged.

Read the article at Democrat and Chronicle

Thanks to Seth Oestreicher for the heads-up!

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mica

why does everything i love go away?

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