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Kodak 64T film ektachrome home processing


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#1 Richardson Leao

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Posted 05 May 2006 - 02:34 AM

Hi all,

is there anything I need to know about processing ektachrome 64T at home? Can I just use E6? Many many thanks!!!
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#2 Jamie Metzger

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Posted 05 May 2006 - 02:53 AM

I just learned how to do this in school. E-6 will be fine, just make sure you give yourself a big enough container, so the film isn't too bunched up in the holder. I used a 4x4 joblo which gave considerable more room than a 35mm holder. All you need is more chemicals in the container to so all of the film is covered.
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Posted 05 May 2006 - 05:23 AM

Hi all,

is there anything I need to know about processing ektachrome 64T at home? Can I just use E6? Many many thanks!!!


Yes, the film uses the E-6 process. As with any color process, good agitation and precise control of time and temperature is important to achieving consistent results.
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