Processing very old Super-8 color stock
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    Processing very old Super-8 color stock

    Processing very old Super-8 color stock
    Hi.

    Dug out my box of Super-8 films and counted up the unprocessed cartridges
    tonight. I have 18 50' Kodak cartridges that (hold onto your hat) were shot in
    or around 1973. This stuff is family history and for decades was just neglected.
    I have some Kodachrome and Ektachrome. No idea if there is anything of value
    on these cartridges, but I want to have them processed, knowing full well that the
    color and contrast won't be pretty (maybe totally unusable), but it's worth a
    try.

    Any suggestions for labs processing these today? I read there was a Kodak
    outfit in Switzerland still doing Kodachrome.

    Thanks.

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    Processing very old Super-8 color stock
    As far as I know only Dwayne's Photo in Parsons KS in the USA are still processing Kodachrome super 8 film in color until the end of 2010. There is another lab, Rocky Mountain Film labs but they will only process Kodachrome film as a B&W negative.

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