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Kodachrome Processing Update

Mon May 20, 2002 6:52 am

I found this on a railroad list:

Although the list below has changed, it gives some a good idea of what
labs "may" still process Kodachrome:

U.S. Labs that Offer Processing for KODACHROME Films (Process K-14)

KODAK Premium Processing[1], [2], [3]
16-31 Route 208
Fair Lawn, NJ 07410
(201) 797-0600
(800) 345-6973

A&I Color Lab[1]
933 North Highland Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038
(213) 856-5255
(800) 883-9088

BWC Chrome Lab[1]
233 Eleventh Street
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 534-4454
(800) 292-3664
(I believe this lab has discontinued doing the K-14 process)

[1]offers push/pull processing for 135-size film, except for
the lab in Gaithersburg which does push only.
[2]offers processing for movie films.
[3]handles processing through pre-paid processing mailers from Kodak.

Super 8 (Movie Films only)

Super 8 Sound
2805 Magnolia Boulevard
Burbank, CA 91505
(818) 848-5522

The following labs offer Process K-14 processing through retailers only.
They >do not< accept film directly from customers.

Kodak Processing Lab (this lab does Kodachrome for Qualex Canada)
1201 West Broadway
Minneapolis, MN 55411

Kodak Processing Lab
1233 Andover Park East
Tukwila, WA 98199

Kodak Processing Lab
14333 Wicks Boulevard
San Leandro, CA 94566

Kodak Processing Lab
3520 West Warner Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92704-7374

Providing names of independent processors does not imply a recommendation
by Eastman Kodak Company, nor reflect upon the quality of the products
and services offered.


The following list of labs that will process Kodachrome films. Please
contact these labs directly for pricing, turn-around times, and shipping

Important notice for 120 format Kodachrome films:

Due to continuing declines in Kodachrome film sales, the Kodak
Wimbledon-London England Laboratory has discontinued its Kodachrome
Processing operations as of March 30, 2001. However, one final film
processing "run" was made on October 1, 2001 at our London processing
facility. This last run went smoothly and in total they processed some
400 rolls.

Kodak will no longer be able to process 120 format Kodachrome film after
this final processing run on 1 October 2001. Kodak announced in February
1996 that Kodachrome film in the 120 format will be discontinued.
Processing was discontinued in the USA in 1998/1999 once the last batch
of films expiration date was reached.

Other labs worldwide which still handle Kodachrome:

Kodak Photo Services Kodak SA
30 Heathcote Road Processing
Moorebank, 2270 Laboratories
New South Wales, Case Postale Ch-1001
Australia Lausanne Switzerland

Horiuchi Color Lab,
Co. Ltd. Kodak Imagex
1-6-7, Wada 1-9-1 Meishinguchi,
Suginami-Ku Toyonaki-shi
Tokyo 166 Osaka, 561-0841
Tel: (81) (03) Tel: (81) (06)
3383-3321 6864-9453
3382-7493 6864-9457

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