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Kodak Color Darkroom Dataguide

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Provides practical and in-depth information on processing Kodak color films and papers. Also has information on filters, equipment, and techniques for color printing, including a dial for calculating exposure times. Offers the latest data on color negative and reversal films.
Paperback, 72 pages
Published December 1st 1989 by Eastman Kodak Co. (first published January 28th 1982)
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Rebecca McNutt
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Great little resource to have if you're a photographer who prefers the superiority of film over digital. Unfortunately it's mostly obsolete these days - Kodachrome and Ektachrome are limited, the few canisters and cartridges left are out of the freezers of traditional film enthusiasts. My super 8 home movie cartridge is the last of my Kodachrome (it'll have to be developed in black and white), and this generation would rather have binary codes and pixels than clear photographs.
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