I recently came across this old roll of Kodacolor II film and decided to see if I could get anything off of it. Kodacolor film was the first color negative film designed to use the C-41 process that is used today. Wikipedia says this film was introduced in 1972, possibly produced up until 1980. Since there is no local lab that can process medium format film, I really didn't want to wait two weeks to ship it out to get developed and the colors would have been off anyway, I decided to try developing the film in black and white chemicals instead.
The results were actually really good all things considered, and scanned fairly easily on my epson.
Since I really couldn't find many specifics from other people who have tried developing old color film in black and white chemicals I'll list them here.
Details: Kodacolor II developed in Ilford DD-X for 10 minutes at 20 degrees C. Constant agitation for first 30 seconds then 10 seconds at the top of each minute. Then fixed for 3 minutes. When the film dried it had a weird, very glossy surface unlike anything I've seen before on film, not sure what that was about.
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