i was rather happy to see the announcement, earlier this month, that kodak has a new iso100 print film
that they say is comparable to ektachrome 100... and their FAQ
notes, "...EKTAR 100 Film might be an alternative to high color reversal films? -- Exactly. And that’s important as E-6 processing becomes less readily available."
*that's kinda depressing... it's not quite as bad as the situation with my favorite slide film...there remains only one kodachrome facility in the world and it's not even a kodak subsidiar; also, kodak discontinued it's traditional kodachrome mailers last year. at least they *are still producing k64...but, they're only doing so in 35mm.
mostly, then, it's a reminder to me to find the rolls of kodachrome i'd shot on that trip to the UP
a good while ago [i know i have the film *somewhere still].
'course, i haven't shot *any film at all this year. and, now that i have a dslr with good enough resolution for prints larger than most i did from negatives, i'm less sure that i will.