35mm FPP Retrochrome Film, 24 exp (High Speed Ektachrome)

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Seller: alancole2000 (588) 100%, Location: Olney, Maryland, Ships to: US, CA, Item: 283812517700 Despite great intentions of shooting High Speed Ektachrome again - it was one of my favorites in the 70's - I'm offering it to you because my darkroom won't be making the upcoming move with us. I know, I could send it to TheDarkroom dot com to develop, but I enjoy film more doing it myself. I bought this new (rolled from bulk, but exactly as purchased from the Film Photography Project's store, so calling it new) and it has sat patiently awaiting its day in a camera. The classic, original Shoot Film! sticker is even included. As always with film, there is no guarantee and no return, but if you plan to shoot this stick, you know that surprises happily await. If you want brand new Ektachrome, Kodak Alaris is offering it again! Thanks for considering these rolls! The following was borrowed from The Film Photography Project's own listing for Retrochrome:What is FPP High Speed RetroChrome film? RetroChrome is government surplus Eastman Ektachrome. Made for industrial and governmental applications, Kodak adds “it is color reversal camera film that is intended for high speed photography under daylight illumination. Among its many applications are news photography, sporting events and industrial photography.” The film is cold-stored expired. We have found that the film performs best at 400 iso and will yield gorgeous, "warm tone" retro-looking images. This film certainly lives up to its name!What is "Chrome" Film? Chrome film is a color reversal film than develops into a color positive when processed via E6 chemistry. Color positive film can be scanned (just like negative film) and is awesome because you can project color slides using a Kodak Carousel or other slide projector! Ask your lab if they can process E6.How do I shoot FPP RetroChrome Film? Just load he film into your 35mm camera and shoot. If your camera is auto, it will detect the DX code and your all ready to shoot. If you have a manual 35mm camera set your iso to 400.How do I develop FPP RetroChrome film? If you are sending out your film select E6 option for color slides or if you wish to cross-process, select C-41 option for color negs. Note that cross-processing will produce slight color-shifts. What is Cross-Processing? Cross Processing is when you process Color Slide Film (E6) in Color Negative chemistry (C-41). The results will yield a color negative with an alternative color palette. Colors may be subdued and pastel-like. According to WikiPedia “The results of cross processing differ from case to case, as the results are determined by many factors such as the make and type of the film used, the amount of light exposed onto the film and the chemical used to develop the film.” Condition: New, Series: Ektachrome, Type: Color, Film Speed: 320 ISO, Film Format: 35 mm/135 Slide, Brand: Kodak, Number of Photos: 24

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