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Kodachrome was released by Kodak in 1935, and became the world's first commercially successful colour film, favoured for its sharpness and durability. Well, the last day that Kodak will accept any prepaid 35mm Kodachrome film for processing in Europe has just passed (30th November 2010), with the final date for the States on 30th December 2010.

Even with Paul Simon begging, 'Mama, don't take my Kodachrome away....." doesn't seem to have helped!

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