Keystone Bel Air K-41 Magazine 8mm Vintage 1956 Movie Camera
Mishail, I've the answer to your question. The camera in question uses a Kodachrome II 8mm film. Since it turns out, one can possibly no longer process Kodachrome Film as of Dec 30, 2010. Kodak stopped manufacturing the film and also making area chemicals necessary to process the film. So , to get the film developed in colour can be not possible at that time. ( * although there could possibly be some desire in the future and there is people working on the " Kodachrome Project" in Fresh Mexico to develop a machine capable of processing the film. ) The film CAN be prepared in black and white, in addition to only a couple of places in North America that are able to process the film in Black and White-colored. 1) Film Rescue -- Regina, Saskatoon, Canada
http://www.filmrescue.com ---> Their website is very straight forward and have tabs on top with detail the prices and purchase forms pertaining to old film processing. The Film is definitely processed in regular six week periods. Film for cycle must be in their hands before the beginning of the cycle. The next cycle begins on the following date: Come july 1st 14th, 2012. The quality of the results will not be perfect and there will be indications of deterioration.
2) Rugged Mountain Film Laboratory Inicio, Colorado, UNITED STATES
*I had a lengthy talk with the owner in Rocky Pile Film Lab about Kodachrome film and everything to do with it. He was a very knowledgeable person and It absolutely was quite an informative chat. 5. So the finalizing at Rocky Mountain can take a minimum of one to two years since they need to have a few hundred films commence the control. The cost of processing at RMF lab can be US money 42. 50 + $8 for shipping.