Processing Kodachrome 120


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Nov 27, 2007
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Looking to see if anyone knows someone or someplace that can process Kodachrome 64 in 120 format. Dwayne's in Kansas only processes 35mm, and I have 5 rolls I want to develop. Any suggestions would be great.
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On June 30, 2006, Eastman Kodak announced the closure of the Lausanne Kodachrome lab, the world's only remaining lab open to for Kodachrome processing owned by Eastman Kodak itself. Since September 30, 2006, only Dwayne's Photo in Kansas remains as the sole processing lab in the world, after Horiuchi Color in Tokyo shut down their K-Lab and E-K ceased to pack K-14 chemistry in the "bag-in-box" required by that minilab-style processor. Although Kodachrome 40 Super 8 processing by Dwayne's is not authorized by Kodak (something amiss with the machine, Kodak says) the processing of the slide films by Dwayne's has Kodak's full blessing.[15]"

wich came from here

Another resource from Kodak
Sorry to say but no one does it anymore. I still have two rolls in my fridge shot in 2001. If anyone finds out a place to develop, please holler and I'll be forever thankful!

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