Introduced in 1936 for still cameras, this was the first colour film that used a subtractive colour method to be successfully massmarketed.
A special development process is required as there were no dye-couplers in the film.
This resulted in good colour longevity as developed Kodachrome does not retain unused colour couplers, however it did require more complex processing.
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