Some of you may wonder what the results looks like developing Kodak Color II with D76 Stock. The film was found in a Kodak Junior Six-16. Bout 30 40 Years later (Now 2011) I developed this film.In reality, whenever you develop such old films, doesn’t matter what it is, if you can get one frame out of it, you’re very lucky. It all depends on the storage condition over the years. You really just have to develop and find out. The best roll I’ve developed was a roll of 1960-70s Verichrome Pan from a Kodak Duraflex. This roll of 616 takes 8 photos, I have 5 photos that showed up, and showed up very nicely on the neg. However, they are not the most interesting photos, nor sharp. Now it makes me wonder who took the photos.
Here are the technical details:
- Kodak Color II 616
- D76 Stock (16 Oz)
- 14 Minutes and 10 Seconds at 20C
- Agitate, Fix and Wash Like other film.
- Film wasn’t fogged, but couple blank frames, photographer’s error
I’ll develop and scan YOUR 616 for $25 USD Shipped.