Kodak Ektachrome slide film wants to, which was set in 2012, lay in a new version again and at the factory in Rochester, N.Y. produce again in Super 8 mm film and 135-36 format.
The Eastman Kodak Company, which still operates a final film manufacturing in Rochester, N.Y. wants, republish the Ektachrome slide film whose production was stopped in 2012 in a revised version. It is intended to offer the film in the fourth quarter, they say. One reason for the late date: Analog film materials can not be like digital products sold directly from the production line, but require a certain time in which they need to mature before they can be used.
Kodak Ektachrome slide film is in Rochester, N.Y. produced by Eastman Kodak and are marketed directly to the Super 8 version also of Eastman Kodak. Kodak had already announced at CES 2016 a new Super 8 camera. Independent of Easman Kodak Since 2013 British company Kodak Alaris intended under the name Kodak Professional Ektachrome also bring out the fourth quarter of 2017 a new slide film format 135-36x for photographic applications. (Christoph Jehle) /(KEH)