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Discussion in 'Color: Film, Paper, and Chemistry' started by omelgh, Jun 18, 2013.
where can I develop 616 film?
You've posted this in the colour section, but I think you will probably find that it is a black & white film, possibly even an ortho one. Chrome or chrom as part of a film name often indicated it was a black & white film in the 1950's/60's and earlier eg Kodak Verichrome, Ilford Selochrome, Agfa Isochrom etc etc.
Definely a B&W films, probably from the 1950's. There is some very useful info at this link for the specific film (courtesy of 30 seconds on Google!):
Yes, it is a b&w film. From the 40's
20 ASA and ortho-panchromatic
The spelling is Superchrom.
It's not an Ortho film, the word Chrome was added to show it had a wider Chromatic response, still not fully panchchromatic though.
Verichrome dates back to around 1908/9 when it was released by Wratten & Wainwright, and the term was in constant use for B&W films until the demise of Kodak Verichrome PAn.
I'd sugeest see-sawing it in a tray with D&^/ID-11, it's an easy technique when you don't have a tank that takes the film size.