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    Outdated Ektachrome

    I've got some outdated E6 film dated back from 2002. It's been in the freezer the entire time. Any idea if it's still any good. The price of processing these days makes me a bit gun shy to shoot and process if it's no good.
    Thanks

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    Re: Outdated Ektachrome

    I have heard it increases the fog,I have used out dated frozen film, I have never had an issue, just let it thaw out first.

    David

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