Can Kodak's B&W C-41 film be developed in normal black and white chemicals or can it only be processed in color chemicals. On the canister it says to request only standard color processing. Can I not do it in my school's black and white darkroom?
There is nothing to stop you, but I don't think you would want to if you want a good B&W image. Buy conventional B&W for developing in the darkroom and C-41 for quick minilab photos. Some C-41 B&W film prints better on B&W paper than color paper.
voodoocat: what kind of result do you get when you try that?
i use the chromogenic xp2/tn400 rollfilms but the local lab i use
give me a blank look if i question them beyond their standard "matte or gloss" blah.