Today is the Day Kodachrome Died for Good

by on December 30, 2010

in Film

You’ll no longer be able to develop a roll of Kodachrome, which ceased production in 2009.  The last developer in world with chemicals to develop the iconic film will run out of those chemicals . . . today.

Check out the great video below that gives you a little taste of Kodachrome history.



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1 Paul Baker January 4, 2011 at 11:27 pm

Yeah – Finally those “hollier-than-thou” film junkies will shut up – really who cares .. who really wants a Dinosaur to come back to life? There is nothing that you see on Kodachrome that you will not see tomorrow on digital – so give it a rest – its done its job – Move On !!!

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