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Kodacolor-X: Mission Impossible

I decided to try to shoot this Kodacolor X, and home develop it .

Photo by gionnired

My dad found this awesome canister of a Kodacolor-X (80 ISO) expired in late 1974. It must be processed in C22 chemicals, no more available. But I found an article that teach how to home develop it in c41 chemicals, but at lower temperature. Otherwise it will melt if developed at standard (38°C) temperature!

Photo by gionnired

So, I’ll start this Mission Impossible. I’m armed with my Fujica ST601, I’ll shoot rating this film as 25 ISO, now I’m ready to fight!

Wish me good luck!!

written by gionnired

5 comments

  1. vicuna

    vicuna

    I shot this year an old Svema BW film expired since 1978... and the results were very interesting!! :)
    http://www.lomograph(…)ime-in-1978

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  2. elottenm

    Finger crossed dude, let us know the results!
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  3. gionnired

    gionnired

    @elottenm Sure! I'll let you know as soon as I can

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  4. hervinsyah

    hervinsyah

    What chemical do you use?

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  5. hervinsyah

    hervinsyah

    And how much the price? Thanks before =)

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