Episode 24 - December 15, 2010

End of the year Film Photography extravaganza! Topics include 127 film format, final days of Kodachrome, Olympus 35mm SLR cameras, three BIG giveaways and more! Hosted by Michael Raso with Duane Polcou and John Fedele.

Show Notes

Kodak Holiday Flash - 127 Camera

 

127 FILM PHOTOGRAPHY

127 Film “was introduced by Kodak in 1912, along with the “Vest Pocket Kodak” folding camera, as a compact alternative to larger portable cameras using 120. The folding “127s” were in fact smaller than most 35 mm cameras today. The 127 format made a comeback during the 1950s as the format of choice for small inexpensive cameras such as the Brownie and Satellite, and continued in wide use until surpassed by the 126 film and 110 film “Instamatic” cartridges (introduced in 1963 and 1972 respectively), and especially by 35 mm.”

From: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/127_film

 

 

Where to buy 127 film

KODAK KODACHROME – Last Days

Kodachrome 64

 

Processing for Kodachrome will cease on December 30, 2010. After January 1 Kodachrome can be processed as BW by the following recommended labs:

Sharp Photo and Portrait Eau Claire, Wisconsin USA

sharpphoto.net
C-41, BW, Prints and more
Sharp sponsored our recent Film Processing, Scan & Print giveaway!

Blue Moon Camera and Machine Portland, OR USA

bluemooncamera.com
C-41 and Black & White for all size film including oddball 616, 620 and other old timey sizes. The perfect shop for personalized service.

PANCHO BALLARD

Pancho Ballard - Five Songs For Oscar

 

UK FPP listener Darren Riley kindly shared music from his “Mexican” band Pancho Ballard. Heyyy, they have a mariachi brass section! The hit single “Luche Libre” is featured on this episode! Check out their site! panchoballard.com

620 FILM SPOOL KITS

With a low supply at high cost, I expressed interest in manufacturing 620 film spools so that folks can easily re-roll their favorite 120 film to 620. If you have an interest in 620 film photography, please drop me a line.

1946 Kodak Brownie Target Six-20

 

FILM WASTERS

A number of FPP listeners became listeners because they heard about us from FilmWasters. Right on! Check out filmwasters.com

The Good Old Days
Image from the FilmWasters group on Flickr
Image by Ed Wenn

THE FPP 2011 CALENDAR!

 



Make a cash donation to the FPP and get the full color 2011 calendar! (while supplies last)

New Podcast on 1/1/2011 - Our New Years Day show!

 

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