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Kodachrome Replacement Available

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I mentioned the end of Kodachrome Super 8 movie film in early June. Because it was the only color projection film available in Super 8, Kodak promised a replacement in late summer. They are several months late, but it's finally available.

Kodak's website was updated yesterday to include Ektachrome 64T --  based on a 20 year-old slide film. Early tests have been popping up around the web for a few weeks. Most people comment that it has more realistic colors than Kodachrome but appears slightly more grainy. The price is slated to be around $14 per 50 foot (15m) cartridge (processing not included).

It's available now direct from Kodak or large camera stores throughout Europe and North America. No word if it'll swim across the ocean to Australia or Asia.

Ektachrome 64T super 8 color movie film (Kodak)

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