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Developing 10+Y/O film

Posted: Tue May 05, 2020 6:29 pm
by lyrasemsedini
Hello everyone,
I’ve been doing a lot of my own developing at home during lockdown and it’s going really well. My dad handed me some film which I am assuming is at least 10 years old (minimum). The film is from Kodak and some are at 100iso and some are at 200iso. I’ve been using the Tetenal Colortec C41 developing kit so I was wondering if anyone has any advice on developing times/methods? I’ve been told to get into contact with tetenal but it just seems like a dead end at the moment. Plus I’ve had some old film professionally developed before but it got ruined so I would like to avoid that route.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

Re: Developing 10+Y/O film

Posted: Mon May 25, 2020 6:01 am
by pentaxpete
you did not confirm that the film was Colour Print or Traditional Black and White That TETENAL kit is for Colour PRINT film ---m Tetenal Company have gone BROKE that is why you cannot contact them
Please tell us what FILM it is you want to process --