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Kodak Kodachrome II 8mm

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Kodak Kodachrome II is an 8mm film which was introduced by Kodak in 1961. It was the first film stock since 1936 that was specifically meant for amateur use. It has a film speed of 25 ASA and a fine grain. Kodak Kodachrome II has a length of 7.5 meter (25 feet).

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Working with expired film

Working with expired film

Expired film will give interesting results including: more grain, less contrast, less light sensitivity and even color changes.

Some film might be stored in a fridge and some might not, so shooting expired film is always a chance of luck. That is also the reason we don’t give any guaranties on expired film. Because expired film loses light sensitivity, pictures will always come out darker. To prevent that you will need to overexposure your image a bit. To fully understand shooting with expired film we recommend this guide.

Not all films come with their complete original packaging, as they have been lost or deteriorated. All films do come with a plastic canister to keep them safe and waterproof.

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