Does anyone know of a photolab that can convert 35mm b & w slides (Plus X) to slides. Someone I know had it done but the person who did it is now retired.
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MEC407 wrote:I think the only Kodak product you mentioned that is still being manufactured is D76.Unfortunately you're right. Over the past few years Kodak has dumped many of its more obscure products, including Kodalith Ortho Film, Vericolor Slide Film and Vericolor Print Film.
MEC407 wrote:Dale Laboratories (www.dalelabs.com) uses Kodak VISION film to make slides from negatives.That is a motion picture film. I've seen samples from Dale and the quality is quite good for a duplicate.
MikeF wrote:Gah! Even Tech Pan is discontinued now!Indeed. Kodak recommends 100TMX as a replacement. A fine film in many ways, but it ain't no TP.
MEC407 wrote:Kodak recommends 100TMX as a replacement. A fine film in many ways, but it ain't no TP.I've heard Fuji Neopan Acros 100 is also a good extra-fine-grain substitute. But it's true, there is no "replacement" for Tech Pan.
Ilford is apparently going out of business, and Agfa has sold off its film division.Sad times for film. Hopefully someone will continue marketing the Ilfochrome products.