Ektachrome film is back

Toronto. John Morden, our Treasurer, sent me a brief note and link to this article when it first appeared. This note was followed the next morning by a forwarded note from Bob Lansdale. Bob copied me Saturday morning on an email he received from PHSC member Jim Hall of Guelph. In the Waterloo Region Report of  MetroLand’s TheRecord.com, Todd Frankel announces that, “Kodak says it’s bringing back Ektachrome film“.

The article summarizes details initially reported in the Washington Post newspaper by Frankel  last Friday. The film production and marketing will be by Kodak Alaris, the Kodak subsidiary established to continue Kodak’s legacy film and paper business. The article noted is by Petapixel and is much more positive than the headline implies.

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