Kodak Kodachrome 64 Reviews

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Summary

Manufacturer: Kodak
Features:
  • Color slide film
  • Reproduces subtle color naturally
  • Extremely fine grain and high sharpness
  • Requires special developing process
  • 36 exposures
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    ★★★★★

    “A wonderful film with vibrant (though natural) colour...”

    Written on: 04/04/2010 by Calum33 (7 reviews written)

    A wonderful film with vibrant (though natural) colour rendition which no other colour film has so far replicated. Excellent edge sharpness also. What a shame Kodak has seen fit to discontinue the Kodachrome line after 75 years. Irreplaceable! If you have some and wish to pay the steep fees charged by specialist labs to process it, use it with care on a deserving subject. You will not be disappointed… Read Full Review

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    ★★★★★

    “A wonderful film with vibrant (though natural) colour...”

    Written on: 04/04/2010 by Calum33 (7 reviews written)

    A wonderful film with vibrant (though natural) colour rendition which no other colour film has so far replicated. Excellent edge sharpness also. What a shame Kodak has seen fit to discontinue the Kodachrome line after 75 years. Irreplaceable! If you have some and wish to pay the steep fees charged by specialist labs to process it, use it with care on a deserving subject. You will not be disappointed… Read Full Review

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    ★★★★★

    “Kodak Kodachrome 64 has sharp neautral colour and the...”

    Written on: 12/02/2009

    Kodak Kodachrome 64 has sharp neautral colour and the best blacks a slide film can produce. I predict that it will be manufactured again one day... there was a period in the 1970s when baryta based B&W papers went out of production due to the boom in sales of colour film. History tends to repeat itself. Bad points are it is tricky to scan, delicate emulsion surface and can loose its colour over time… Read Full Review

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    ★★★★★

    “The best all-purpose slide film by far. Colour...”

    Written on: 25/02/2008

    The best all-purpose slide film by far. Colour balance, cleanliness of processing, long-term colour stability… Read Full Review

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    ★★★★★

    “The Kodak Kodachrome 64 is an excellent Camera film as...”

    Written on: 26/02/2004 by apapat (2 reviews written)

    The Kodak Kodachrome 64 is an excellent Camera film as sharp as the best with excellent natural colour rendition. Kodachrome transparencies are as vivid as 20 years ago and certainly no other slide film I have used has demonstrated such excellent archival ability. On the downside, you have to send to Kodak labs and wait for about 2 weeks to receive your slides… Read Full Review

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    Hegener's Response to apapat's Review

    Written on: 05/10/2005

    It doesn't take two weeks, actually, but 4 hours to develop Kodachromes. The Kodak Lab in Lausanne has them ready by 1 PM if you bring the films before 9 AM. I have done so several times after long trips abroad. With 50 or so films I fly to Geneva/Lausanne for just 50 euro's from Amsterdam, and I am back with my slides a day later: swift and without much danger of losing films.
    <br>Michiel Hegener, Holland

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