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Kodak Ektachrome Film Coming Again
 
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It seems Kodak will once again produce it's Ektachrome film.  
 
From syracuse.com at:
 
http://www.syracuse.com/state/index.ssf/2017/01/kodak_announces_return_of_ektachrome_film_at_ces_2017.html#incart_river_home
 
"Kodak announces return of Ektachrome film, will manufacture in Rochester
 
By Allie Healy | ahealy@syracuse.com
 
on January 05, 2017 at 1:40 PM
 
Eastman Kodak Company announced Thursday at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) that it plans to bring back it's Ekatachrome film for both motion picture and still photography.
 
According to the company, the product was discontinued in 2012. The film is known for its fine grain, colors, tones and contrasts.
 
Steven Overman, Kodak's chief marketing officer and president of the Consumer and Film Division, said he's proud to help bring back "this classic."
 
"It is such a privilege to reintroduce Kodak Ektachrome Film to the cinematography community," Overman said. "We are seeing a broad resurgence of excitement about capturing images on film. Kodak is committed to continuing to manufacture film as an irreplaceable medium for image creators to capture their artistic vision."
 
Kodak will produce the film at its factory in Rochester, and will market and distribute the Super 8 motion picture film version of Ektachrome directly."
 
Todd K Stearns


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