Like Everywhere Else, Kodachrome Left...

Like Everywhere Else, Kodachrome Left Its Mark On Connecticut

There are 2 comments on the Hartford Courant story from Jun 22, 2009, titled Like Everywhere Else, Kodachrome Left Its Mark On Connecticut. In it, Hartford Courant reports that:

When Charlie Vendetti opened a photography studio in Newington in 1968 after leaving the Hartford Times, he depended on Eastman Kodak for color - on its Kodachrome product especially.

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Alessandro Machi

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Jun 23, 2009
Kodak Super-8mm film is still available, these film stocks include Ektachrome 100D, Vision 3 Film Negative, and BW PLUS-X and TRI-X Film Stocks.

Kingston, NY

#2 Jul 17, 2009
Mr. Machi: What are my color reversal choices in Super8? Crappy-looking Ektachrome64? Most cameras cannot meter for this. Ektachrome 100D, if available in Super8 will be overexposed and possibly filtered with the built-in Type-A filter on some cameras. The B/W films are nice. What value is color negative to me? It costs a bundle to develop and then transfer to video.

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