Please Note: Process K-14 is an obsolete film processing system so processing commercially is very problematic. There are still one or two small independent labs supposedly out there attempting the K-14M version. Otherwise
a few folks attempting to do it at home and of course many people doing it as a Black and White (without applying the dye couplers)process. We have a link at the bottom of the page to the Kodak "Official" processing sheet.
Outdated, Cold Stored, Not individually Boxed, Plastic Tubs Only
Ultra Rare Kodachrome 64 Film
Kodak Kodachrome 64 Film Color balance: Daylight or electronic flash Primary features: Fine grain and sharpness Reproduces subtle colors naturally Pleasing skin tones Archival dark keeping Suggested applications: Fashion/glamour, Medical/science, Nature/travel Process: Process K-14, by independent processing lab