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Throwback Thursday: Vintage Agfachrome Ad

Here’s a pretty cheeky but brilliant ad for Agfachrome 50 from the 1960s courtesy of Agfa-Gevaert.

Agfachrome is a now-discontinued slide film made by Belgian manufacturer Agfa-Gevaert. According to the ad above, Agfachrome boasts vivid colors and balanced tones in your images, as well as subtle shadings.

But what do you guys think? Have you ever gotten your hands on some expired Agfachrome? Share your photos below!

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Loving these historic time capsules? Then you might want to check out the rest of our Throwback Thursday entries!

written by geegraphy

1 comment

  1. bsdunek


    I used to use Agfachrome back in the 60's & 70's. It was warmer than Ektachrome and had lower contrast than Kodachrome. It was great for Fall colors and skin tones. Kind of miss it.

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