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Kodak officially resurrects Ektachrome

The film will be available in 35mm still film and Super 8/Super 16 spools.
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Discontinued in 2011, Kodak Ektachrome was a film beloved by photographers and filmmakers for its high shutter speeds and its ease of processing. This week, Kodak has announced its official return with Ektachrome film E100 and Color Reversal Film for 35mm stills and both Super 8 and Super 16 motion picture formats. Used in a number of major motion pictures, the film was chosen for its rich colors and fine grain. 

Ektachrome E100 will be available immediately while the Super 8 film will arrive on October 8th. The Super 16 film will arrive later this year.

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