Talk:Kodacolor (still photography)

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Merge proposal: Kodacolor (still photography) and Kodacolor-X?[edit]

Is there enough special about Kodacolor-X that warrants a separate article? Of course, it uses a different process to later (and possibly earlier) colour negative films using the brand. However, you could say the same about different versions of Kodachrome (e.g. K12, K14 process) and they don't have separate articles. I feel that the brand warrants its own page, but that one for each variant is too much. Any thoughts? Fourohfour 10:59, 4 December 2006 (UTC)

Merged; my reasons for not merging straight away were (on reflection) quite minor. Fourohfour 13:47, 6 December 2006 (UTC)

Kodacolor in South America[edit]

Kodacolor brand is used nowadays in Argentina (apparently Brazil too). It's a 100 ASA color negative film named simply Kodacolor 100. I'm not an expert in photography but a friend of mine who works for a photolab says it's extremely similar to the Kodak Gold 100 but at a lower price (so he supposes it's a "not-enough-quality"/"non-complaiant" film. If I recall correctly it appeared in Argentina at 2002 (because 2001 in Argentina was no fun after devaluation). It's a pity I can't find any specifications aside from shops which sell it. --FedericoMP (talk) 07:10, 17 April 2008 (UTC)