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Home > Specialist > Kodachrome Processing

Kodachrome Processing

Kodachrome was a very special colour reversal (slide) film offered by Kodak from 1935 - 2010. It was equally popular with top end professionals and amateurs, and during it's life was offered in a multitude of formats, both still and motion picture. However, Kodachrome had a very complex process known as K14, and the last ever roll was processed in K14 on 31 December 2010.

At Ag Photo Lab we are able to offer processing of Kodachrome as a black and white negative - it is not possible to process the film as colour any more, simply because of the unavailability of the chemistry, but also because, even if the chemicals were available, there is a critical mass required to justify processing. Therefore, for anyone who has unprocessed Kodachrome, processing as black and white offers by far the best option to bring it to life.

Formats we can hand-process are 35mm, 120, 620, 127. Should you have one of the very rarely seen 110 cartridges containing Kodachrome please be aware that we can't process this.

The process is done by hand and the film also features a remjet backing which has to be removed in a borax solution.

PLEASE NOTE: whilst we will attempt to process and return the films as quickly as possible, expect a time of between 1-4 weeks as we need to minimise wastage of chemicals by processing a batch of films at one time; it's not feasible to process single films on an ad hoc basis.


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