Kodak Kodachrome 25 – early 1970s classic film

I can’t even begin to guess how many rolls of this I shot in the 1970s.
You had better have lots of bright sunlight and a fast lens to shoot this back in the day!

One of my many unused rolls of film that I have on display in my camera collection. How many remember shooting this stuff? Thanks for stopping by, Chris http://www.ccstudio2380.com

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2 thoughts on “Kodak Kodachrome 25 – early 1970s classic film

  1. I always admired it’s colors and archival properties, but Kodachrome was just too slow for me to use much. The slides I do have look as bright and saturated as the day I got them back from Kodak-and they weren’t particularly carefully stored!

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  2. Same here. I think that’s why I used my 24mm f/2.8 Canon lens so much just to gather more light. I remember switching to my 80-200mm f/4 lens in Bangkok and couldn’t get more than a few shots before switching to my f/1.4 normal lens. I thought Kodachrome 64 was an amazing breakthrough! LoL


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