These are the legendary Kodachrome.
Today it is no longer possible to develop them in color, but you get good results in black and white.
The product is recommended for those who want to experiment, or test a camera, spending less than a fresh film.
It is recommended, where possible, to overexpose by 1 stop every 10 years of expiry.
The price includes the blank film magazine and its development. (shipping excluded)
Super 8 Kodachrome 40 with development included (exp. 2006)
For the best maintenance of the film, it is advisable to store it in the refrigerator or freezer, inside watertight containers such as Tupperware or sealed sachets, both before exposure and after, pending development.