Can Ektachrome still be developed?


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Old 11-04-19, 07:53 AM
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Can Ektachrome still be developed?

I have some unused rolls of Kodak Max G.C. Versatility print film, along with Kodacolor V.R. Yes they has some age but still worth trying to have them developed at the local drugstore. And I believe some Kodachrome or Ektachrome, those are the ones I am concerned whether they can develop those? or does anyone know a place that may have the capability to develop them? From what I remember hearing that they needed a special technique and had stopped all processing a decade or more thanks!
 
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Old 11-04-19, 09:40 AM
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You can find anything online. There are still companies that specialize in processing film. It probably won't be your local drugstore like 30 years ago but you can mail the film off and have negatives or prints back in a week.
 
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Ektachrome is still being manufactured, or I should say is being manufactured again, because they stopped for a while but started again a couple years ago. Of course it can be developed. Even a lot of places that do primarily digital work now can still develop film. I've been sending mine to ********* when I don't feel like doing it myself.
 

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