Kodachrome targets

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Re: Kodachrome targets

Postby LSI_Morales » Tue Feb 21, 2012 8:40 am

Hi Peter

It seems this is a normal slide, I too believe this can be handled by the normal slide mode in SilverFast.
I'm glad things are clear now.

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Alejandro Morales

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Re: Kodachrome targets

Postby degrub » Wed Feb 22, 2012 2:45 am

check to see if the slide had varnish on it. i think that is too late to have had that treatment, though.

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Re: Kodachrome targets

Postby KeithTalbot » Fri Jan 10, 2014 8:24 pm

Regarding the comment about Silverfast having the last few rolls of Kodachrome earlier in the thread, I have an unopened, unused roll of Kodachrome 200 I am happy to donate to you if it is of any use.
Obviously, the "expiry date" on the pack was years ago, but if it is of any use I don't mind posting it to you.

(I would have sent an email directly but there seems to be no email contact address)

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Re: Kodachrome targets

Postby LSI_Ketelhohn » Thu Jan 16, 2014 5:14 pm

Dear customer,

Thank you for the offer.
However it is not just the material itself.
Kodachrome requires a very special development technique.
When Kodak went out of business all labs which could develop this film were closed.

kind regards,
Arne Ketelhohn.


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